One of the suckiest jobs that ever sucked, chicken-catching for a poultry farm, has just gotten easier and more humane thanks to the Lewis/Mola LLC's model PH2000! Say goodbye to your archaic pneumatic chicken suckers!
Friday, Jun 6th 2003 (12:01am)
The You’re In Control system uses computation to enhance the act of urination. Sensors in the back of a urinal detect the position of a stream of urine, enabling people to play interactive games on a screen mounted above the urinal.
Wednesday, Apr 30th 2003 (12:03am)
This is probably more about me than you'd want to know, but thanks to the wireless network in my house, I can (and often do) surf the web on the toilet. Thanks to the wonders of technology, however, this process can be simplified even more - even to the point of printing on the toilet paper.
Monday, Apr 7th 2003 (12:41am)
Working in an electrical store in sunny Croydon, I get the opportunity to play with lots of expensive gadgets without actually having to pay for them. To help break the monotony one quiet day, I fixed a £400 digital camera onto a £10 remote control car using electrical tape and set off to harrass pigeons.
Tuesday, Mar 4th 2003 (12:25am)
The moment I pulled the PS3 from its protective styrofoam casing, I could already tell that I held in my trembling hands not only the most powerful and awe-inspiring game machine ever made, but the most incredibly important and cosmically significant invention of all time.
Tuesday, Nov 26th 2002 (2:25pm)
An enterprising young man has managed to run his appliances faster by overclocking the electrical system in his house. Toast gets done faster, beverages get colder and clothes spin dry at the speed of light, well, almost.
Monday, Aug 26th 2002 (12:07am)
Ah, the wonders of science - behold mankind's latest innovation, a device that translates dog barks into speech. Maybe I'm just jaded, but I really don't need to hear Rex say "TANGY!" when he comes up for air after cleaning his carrot.
Monday, May 13th 2002 (12:49am)
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