Sweetest Wii case mod I've ever seen? Almost. I modded my Wii last week to look like a Ferrari. Oh, wait, that wasn't a mod. That was my actual car. I'm filthy rich!
One more shot of the Wii mod after the jump.
The usual late night Digg check before heading off to sleep, just to see if anything catches my attention…
Why is an article with 179 Diggs:
A: NOT been promoted to the Popular section
B: No longer listed in the Upcoming section
I always received the impression that we had the power to choose what became front-page material.
Yes, admitedly the article finally did reach the front page momentarily later, but the principle remains, what happened Digg?
Here it is sitting on 179 Diggs after only 2 hours
Notice how it’s status has not been “Made Popular” despite the number of Diggs in short period.
Moments later in the Upcoming section:
Digg was meant to give us the people control, 179 Diggs in 2 hours is more than enough evidence of it - so what happened guys?
Just tracked another article like the one I was previously refering to:
I dont entirely agree with the articles content, however 202 Diggs and 12 Hours later, still nothing for this article.
This is a Maserati Quattroporte covered with 1,763 lbs of shattered glass. It was put together by Italian artist Luca Pancrazzi and is currently outside the Moscow Museum of Modern Art welcoming guests to the second Moscow Art Biennale that runs through April 1st. If this was a Ferrari or Lamborghini I'd probably be on the floor right now, cursing the heavens and crying like a little baby.
Google Maps apparently has a super zoom function for certain locations. Some of them are additional images inserted for partners like National Geographic, but others are actual satelilite photos of random locations. To access the super zoom function just do this:
1. Select a location and switch to satellite view
2. Zoom in as far as you can, and click â€œlink to this pageâ€ at the top right
3. Replace the "z" parameter in the URL with a higher value like 20, 22, or 23
It's actually kind of scary to think about. The original zoom levels were okay, but this is to the point where privacy is actually an issue. That guy looks like he's actually staring at the camera. How can I do my daily nude cartwheels knowing Google might be watching me from space?