This week in Crave: The shipping-now edition

This week, we moved in to our new disaster-proof home in a shipping container and tried really hard not to start every sentence by saying "hashtag."

Too busy decorating your new disaster-zone shipping container to keep up with Crave this week? Have a seat on your Cat Tunnel Sofa and take a moment to catch up on what you missed.

3D-printed fetus
Wear it on a key chain, or as a pendant. Fasotec

- Google Nexus 7 teardown reveals more hits than misses.

- Stop-motion Batman video stars action figures as actors. Eerie.

- Even eerier? A 3D-printed replica of your fetus.

- Ever start a sentence by saying "hashtag"? Stop that right now, says Eric Mack.

- Our gold-medal comic Low Latency goes to the Olympics.

- Woot! Star Wars: The Old Republic will soon be free to play.

- Hey, is that a glow-in-the-dark skateboard park or a Tatooine ranch at night?

- Good morning, gamer! Wake up to the dulcet sounds of Tetris music.

- Google Street View, ASCII art style.

- Got a good sense of direction? Pilots wanted for giant mech robots.

- Bond, James Bond, has style, high style.

- But not as much style as Crave, of course. Write to us at crave at cnet dot com. And follow us on Twitter: @crave.

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