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Monday, 31 March 2014

14 Tips From Ted Mosby on Finding True Love

It's the end of a — wait for it.
For nine years, lovable goofball Ted Mosby has searched far and wide for his soulmate. Along the way, he's had his heart broken (thanks, Stella), made mistakes in the shape of butterfly tattoos and had curious incidents with pineapples.
But at least he's gotten some good stories (and life lessons) out of it all.
How I Met Your Mother ends its television run Monday night, which means it's finally time to see how Mosby landed the girl of his dreams.
But before you say goodbye to the gang and MacLaren's Pub, suit up and see how Ted's love life can help you land your own mother — you know what we mean.
It's gonna be legendary.

Posted By: Pawan Lubana on Monday, 31 March 2014

Could the Next-Gen iPhone Look Like This?


A designer has taken a sketch of the alleged iPhone 6 design specs that leaked last week, and turned it into a full-blown concept photo to highlight what the next generation Apple smartphone might look like.
Alleged schematics of a 4.7-inch and 5.7-inch iPhone 6 were first published in the Japanese Mac magazine, MacFan. Those images were then republished in the Japanese Mac blog Mac Otakara and on MacRumors.
The schematics show off a thinner, slimmer iPhone that matches some of the design languages showcased in the iPad Air. The schematics dictate that the iPhone 6 — also referred to as the iPhone Air — would be 7.1mm thick, compared to the 7.6mm thick iPhone 5S. Its edges are also slightly curved, and instead of two buttons for adjusting the volume (the "+" and "-" functions), it will be baked into just one button.
French tech website asked a designer to create a mockup of the iPhone 6 to help better visualize the dimensions.
iPhone Air Concept

A concept photo of what the iPhone 6 could look like. 
For fun, the designer also took a little artist license, and reintroduced the glass backing that was removed, replacing it with aluminum for the iPhone 5. Other features include matte metal edges and an edge-to-edge display.
Although we won't know for sure what the iPhone 6 will look like until it makes its debut — most likely in September — we're digging the sleeker look shown in the concept photos.

Posted By: Pawan Lubana on

'The Pink Panther' Returns With 'The Simpsons Movie' Director Helming

The Pink Panther has been rebooted more times than your aunt’s 1998 iMac — and yet, he returns again.
Franchise owner MGM is putting a modern, live-action/CGI-hybrid twist on The Pink Panther, making it into a family film that centers on the big pink cat, the studio announced Monday. To ensure a modern comic sensibility, they’ve enlisted The Simpsons Movie and Monsters, Inc. director David Silverman to take the helm.
Walter Mirisch — the now 92-year-old executive producer of the original 1963 live-action series starring Peter Sellers as Inspector Clouseau — is back on board after taking a break from the Steve Martin reboot that spawned The Pink Panther's 2006 and 2009 versions. Instead of Clouseau, however, this version will reportedly center on the cartoon feline.
“For the first time, the live-action franchise will be united with the world-famous cartoon character in a new hybrid feature film,” Mirisch said in a written statement. “I am excited by our concept, and I look forward to an outstanding movie entertainment.”
It was Clouseau’s bumblings that gave rise to The Pink Panther — not the other way around. Sellers’ turn as the clueless detective never featured the cat; rather, the 1963 original’s title referenced a jewel that everyone is after. But the cartoon panther did appear in the opening credits, and his popularity gave way to the cartoon shorts.
MGM also attempted a reboot in 1993 with Roberto Benigni as Clouseau’s illegitimate son in Son of the Pink PantherThe Hollywood Reporter, which broke the news of the project Monday, reported that while Clouseau may be referenced in the new film, he won't be a character.
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Build Your Own 'Flappy Bird' IRL With This DIY Kit

Flappy Bird: it's not just for phones anymore.
The mobile app phenomenon that ended abruptly in February has returned — but this time, in the form of a physical, do-it-yourself game kit.
Make Flappy Box is based on a prototype made by Arduino, an open-source, physical computing platform that aims to be affordable and accessible for anyone, regardless of their technical background. Other similar projects include a cardboard-box version of Super Mario Bros.
Make Flappy Box
"Technology has somehow trained us to take things as is, instead of asking the hows and whys," Fawn Qiu, who spearheaded the project, told Mashable. "I'm hoping to make technology more accessible through introducing electronics in a creative and fun way."
Users press one button to start the game and another button to control a character, as a continuously rolling background moves behind it. When the character hits an obstacle, the lid of the box closes and the game is over. As a default, the kit is stocked with a Flappy Birdbackground, but additional templates, such as a race car version, will be available on the Make Flappy Box website.
Qiu made the prototype right after Flappy Bird was removed from Apple's App Store, with the intention to empower people to create their own version of the game, and also so she could keep playing herself. Qiu drew inspiration from 1980s video games such as Frogger.
"The physical game is more intuitive and social. It makes the playing experience more approachable," she said. "It's no longer just one player and the phone, but people around you are also aware of the game which invites collaboration and curiosity."
The kit comes with a guide book, circuit board, and electronics pack that includes motors, a speaker and buttons to control the bird. It also comes with a construction pack, which includes items such as the background template and the box. Players can use the materials to make their own original creations if they get tired of the game. The open-source circuit-board design will be posted on code-sharing site GitHub.
Make Flappy Box's Kickstarter campaign has raised more than $5,000 of its $6,000 goal with four days to go as of press time. The game currently only exists as a prototype, but a final product will be made after the campaign ends. Qiu said a portion of the profits made from Make Flappy Box sales will go toward free engineering workshops for disadvantaged female high-school students in New York City.
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Posted By: Pawan Lubana on

Let's Get Weird: 9 Wacky Chrome Extensions You Need to Try

Google Chrome is the gift that keeps on giving.
The web browser comes with a host of extensions to customize your page down to the letter. Extensions are downloadable features that modify your Chrome page, making for the ultimate personalized Internet experience.
From eliminating words you don't want to see to adding pictures of Nicolas Cage everywhere, there are thousands of weird features available to download.
Here are 11 Google Chrome extensions you need to check out to believe.
  • Millenials

    1. Millennials, Begone!

    If you're tired of hearing the word "millennial," this extension is for you. It changes the word "millennial" on every webpage to "pesky whipper-snapper" instead.
  • Mustachio

    2. Mustachio

    A mustache enthusiast will appreciate Mustachio. The feature adds a thick black mustache to every photo on a website.
  • Ncage

    3. nCage

    If you go on the Internet and think, "Hm, I'm not seeing enough Nicolas Cage," this extension is here for you. The nCage will exchange every photo you see with an image of the actor.
    (If Nic Cage isn't your type, there's always the Hey Girl extension, which replaces every photo with a shot of Ryan Gosling.)
  • Unfriend

    4. Unfriend notifications

    For the Facebook-obsessed, this extension updates users every single time someone unfriends them on the social network. That's right, you'll get notified every time someone decides they could do without your status updates.
  • Nothing

    5. Nothing

    The Nothing extension literally does nothing. However, it's received 6454 reviews and currently has a five-star rating. Oh, Internet trolls like to have fun.
  • Cyrus

    6. No Miley Cyrus

    Maybe you can deal with millennials, but if you just can't stand Miley Cyrus, the Chrome gods heard your prayers. No Cyrus hides all mention and photos of the singer from your web pages, so you can comfortably surf a Hannah Montana-free zone.
  • Gender

    7. Jailbreak the Patriarchy

    Jailbreak the Patriarchy is a gender-bending feature that swaps every male or female phrase. "He" gets replaced by "she," "mother" gets replaced by "father," and so on. The extension's site lists this example: If you see the sentence "He loved his mother very much," it would instead read as "She loved her father very much."
    Nope, not confusing at all.
  • Doge

    8. So wow, much Doge

    Fans of the Internet meme can Doge-ify their websites. The addition will plop Doge photos and sayings such as "so wow" everywhere.
  • Google1

    9. Upside Down

    This extension is intended more for you to prank others than to use yourself (because...why would you want this?). Upside Down does just what it says, flipping over every website you open.

Posted By: Pawan Lubana on

16 Totally True Facts About Pugs

A pug's adorable wrinkles and big bug eyes don't just make it look cute.
It's easy to see why people love pugs. They're social, quirky and intensely loyal — making these squish-faces a popular dog breed. But pugs have more going for them than comical cuteness.
Cram your brain with 16 facts that prove pugs deserve the designation of the best dogs on the planet, paws down.

Posted By: Pawan Lubana on

Tuesday, 18 March 2014

'Lowcost Cosplay' Is Your Hilarious Guide to Costume Inspiration

The wigs, capes and makeup required for killer cosplay can hit the wallet hard. Well, unless you're the guys behind the budget-friendly project Lowcost Cosplay.
The project documents one man's creative and absurd attempts at costumes made from pillows, sheets and other everyday items

Lowcost Cosplay is the brainchild of three friends from Thailand. Anucha Sangchat models the costumes while Satjapong Thongchiasri and Purint Huangsamut moderate the project's Facebook page.
Thongchiasri told Mashable that he and Sangchat are longtime friends who came up with the idea for Lowcost Cosplay about a year ago. They agreed that expensive, perfectly-constructed cosplay costumes lack imagination, and instead set out to create funny and original costumes from reusable materials.
Since posting their first costume on Facebook about 10 months ago on Sangchat's personal account, the project has gained thousands of followers. Lowcost Cosplay's page currently stands at nearly 91,000 likes and growing.
But for these guys, the project is still about having fun with cosplay without going broke in the process. Thongchiasri says Lowcost Cosplay abides by the following code: "Cheap, but inspired."

Posted By: Pawan Lubana on Tuesday, 18 March 2014

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