Anyone can wear a quirky tie, but a real geek needs more. These 4 sided dice cufflinks are just what’s needed! Findstotreasure has a wide selection of geeky cufflinks, including dominoes and coins that are perfect for gifts or weddings. For those that just aren’t satisfied with the d4 effects, there do have d20 cufflinks to help you confirm that you are the master geek in any swanky party.
I don’t know why I don’t spend more time trolling Instructables for things that make my inner geek jump for joy. Instructables user, Frenzy, has designed and programmed this flipping amazing, worship worthy, friend to any technologically adept coffee addict, Tweet-A-Pot. Using an every day drip coffee maker, an alternate Twitter account, and computer know how, he has made it possible to tweet your coffee pot and tell it to brew, no matter where you are, and Frenzy is so kind as to give you a full, detailed lesson on how to do it for yourself. I find this almost as amusing, and much more useful than the other Twitter-related Instructable I found, on how to Give Your Cat Twitter Powers.
The Doctor Who Round 4 swap is nearly finished over at Craftster, and there is some great stuff! My absolute favorite though is the stained glass TARDIS clock thefett made for his partner Ryn (he also made the Master’s laser screwdriver. Seriously, go look). The mirror totally works as the time vortex. I really want this clock! The mirror apparently broke in transit, but thefett is as awesome as he is talented, and he’s fixed it. Fantastic!
There is no other no other word for this mario quilt than EPIC!… and as someone who works with teenage children I use that word sparingly!
cheerupem0kidx0x started the Mario theme room thread on craftster back in July 2010! and since then has been keeping us updated, as she created the bob-omb lamp, pipe waste paper bin, NES cartridge clock, papier mache fire flower, papier mache boo… just seriously… there’s no way I can list everything this amazing geek crafter has made just go look at the thread.
Since there was lots of work in progress included on this thread, it’s a treasure trove of how-to’s, tutorials and fabulous crafting ideas (you will NOT BELIEVE how easy it is to make .a bob-omb lamp!)
I think we can all agree, her son is a very lucky guy!
The stuff she made is great, but the quilt is just AMAZING (and I’m not one for quilting…. at all… if I’m going to sit at a sewing machine for hours there’d better be a dress at the end of it!) It’s a result of 5 months work and it’s paid off big style!