Since it's the 10th birthday of the MicroKORG, it's only appropriate that Brett Domino and Steven Peavis work out a tribute to the synthesizer with a sexy LMFAO cover.
In case you missed him (although we're sure you didn't), John Mayer is back on the music scene after a two year vacation, and, surprisingly enough, he still has at least one fan left. Jimmy Thompson reignites our love affair with Draw Something with his fan-made video for "Queen of California."
A modern reinvention of the house slipper, Mahabis Classic Slippers are far more than just something you slip on to get the morning paper. The sleek, award winning one-piece upper is comfortable on its own, but transforms into a quasi-shoe with the detachable TPU sole, letting you transition from indoor to outdoor wear in seconds. Made in Europe, they come in two shades of gray with a choice of sole colors, and are also available in nubuck leather or a breathable mesh that's great for warm weather.
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The history of the Frye Company dates all the way back to 1863 when John Addison Frye opened the first shop in Marlboro, Massachusetts. The Frye John Addison Harness Back Zip Boot remembers the Frye founder in the form of this vintage tanned in the USA leather pair. Rugged and tough, the Addison is fitted with a thick harness ring and rivet detailed strap that wraps around the ankles, round toe, and the signature Goodyear welted construction that ensures these boots are built for the long haul. And at the end of a demanding day, the full back zip allows you to let your guard down and slip off your boots until the next time their services are needed.
The Ishikawa Oku Laboratory in Japan created a robotic hand that is unbeatable at Rock-Paper-Scissors, mainly because it's a cheating asshole.