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Bucky Dome: Daddy of all geodesic dome homes

The R. Buckminster Fuller dome home in Carbondale, Ill., is a lot less dangerous and a lot more sustainable than Mad Max's Thunderdome. It's the proud parent of all geodesic dome homes.

By April 16, 2011

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Google recipe search makes dinner easier

The search giant has released Recipe View, which filters results by ingredients, cooking time, and caloric amount.

By February 24, 2011

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World of 'Futurama' rebuilt in Legos

The animated sci-fi sitcom has been canceled, revived, syndicated, made into movies, and then revived again. And now it's in Legos.

By July 1, 2010

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Leonard Maltin Movie Guide packs 24,000 films in your iPhone

I laughed! I cried! I got a little miffed by the pokey search engine. But ultimately, I loved this interactive, Netflix-friendly movie guide, which blows the print version out of the water.

By October 14, 2009

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Facebook tell-all 'Accidental Billionaires' on sale in July

Penned by "Bringing Down the House" author Ben Mezrich, the lingerie-and-martini-adorned cover promises intrigue and scandal. Whether it's the truth, well, that's less certain.

By May 22, 2009

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Shelves for Life: From the cradle to the grave

A prototype shelving system is made from the parts of a coffin, which can be reassembled when needed.

By April 10, 2009

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The 404 312: Where Jonathan Coulton nude pics Obama iPhone

Internet famous singer and songwriter Jonathan Coulton on the show today, and he makes us classy when he plays a couple of his latest hits off of his new DVD concert album 'Best. Concert. Ever.'

By April 2, 2009

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Amazon to acquire book networking site

The online retailer is buying Shelfari, a site that allows users to create virtual bookshelves and share title lists with friends.

By August 25, 2008

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Zoomii: A very fun way to browse books on Amazon

Browse Amazon.com books in a slick, Google Maps-like environment with Zoomii.

By June 20, 2008

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Netflix's social experiment. It's time to come clean.

It seems that Netflix is harboring the secrets of human affinity, without revealing what they actually are. It's time for this secretive company to come clean.

By June 3, 2008