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Your new guild name: The Alliance of Seamstress Legion

Guild Name Generator

According to the Warcraft Random Guild Name Generator, it is. These guys studied 22,000 guild names and worked out the deep grammar. There are only four patterns of guild names that occur.

Myself, I've been in: Les Vampires, The Knights Who Say Nii, The Crimson Watch and The Forgotten Legion. What about you? What are your real guild names, or the fake names generated for you? (via Tobold)

August 22, 2007

An electric, inflatable jetski

WaveBreaker: the electric, inflatable jet-ski - Engadget

Nah, the WaveBreaker probably won't provide the kind of thrills that a jet-powered kayak would, but riding around on this thing is a lot less likely to leave you maimed. This electric, inflatable watercraft comes loaded with a 600-watt motor, weighs 66-pounds, and touts the ability to scoot around for "45 to 75 minutes" before needing a recharge. Of course, we hope you weren't planning on picking one of these up for racing, as the 6.21mph top speed may hurt your chances at victory.

Official track list for RockBand

Game | Life - Wired Blogs

This is probably not the complete list, but it is a good start. RockBand, for those who haven't been paying attention, is a band simulator that comes with guitars, mic, and drumset. It's Guitar Hero taken to the next level of awesome. This released tracklist just confirms to me how much I seriously need to own this and play it until I am sore of muscle, mind and throat.

I have bolded songs that I have unabashedly sung along with, loudly, either in shower or car.

Share your thoughts below, like What tracks would you like to see on this sort of game?

OFFICIAL ROCK BAND SONG LIST TO DATE:

1960s

Rolling Stones “Gimme Shelter”

1970s
The Who "Won't Get Fooled Again"
Mountain "Mississippi Queen"
David Bowie "Suffragette City"
Black Sabbath "Paranoid"*
Blue Oyster Cult "Don't Fear the Reaper"
The Ramones "Blitzkrieg Bop” FUCK YES.
Deep Purple "Highway Star"

1980s

Rush "Tom Sawyer"*
Bon Jovi "Wanted Dead or Alive"
The Clash “Should I Stay or Should I Go”
Faith No More "Epic”

1990s
Foo Fighters “Learn to Fly”
Metallica “Enter Sandman”
Nirvana “In Bloom”
Stone Temple Pilots “Vasoline”
Weezer “Say It Ain’t So”
Smashing Pumpkins “Cherub Rock”
Radiohead “Creep”
Beastie Boys “Sabotage”

2000s
The Hives “Main Offender”
Queens of the Stone Age “Go With the Flow”
The Strokes “Reptilia”
Jet “Are You Gonna Be My Girl”
OK Go “Here It Goes Again”
Nine Inch Nails “The Hand That Feeds”

August 21, 2007

How to: Build a shopping cart bike

Cart Bike - Instructables

(via the Consumerist)

Coupon "hacker" being charged with DMCA violation

Coupon Hacker Faces DMCA Lawsuit

The issue: is deleting cookies or registry keys off your own computer hacking? Tell us in the comments what you think.

The California man is on the working end of a federal copyright lawsuit after posting code and instructions that allow shoppers to circumvent copy protection on downloadable, printable coupons -- the type used by General Foods, Colgate, Disney and others to sell everything from soap to breakfast cereal.

The coupons are distributed by Mountain View, California-based Coupons Inc. through ad banners, e-mail and its website, coupons.com. To use them, consumers must install Coupons Inc.'s proprietary software. The software assigns each user's computer a unique identifier, which the company uses to track and control the consumer's coupon-printing practices, usually limiting each user to two coupons per product. Each printed coupon has its own unique serial code.

In a lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in San Jose, California, last month, Coupons Inc. accuses Stottlemire of creating and giving away a program that erases the unique identifier, allowing consumers to repeatedly download and print as many copies of a particular coupon as they want.

. . .

"All I did was erase files or registry keys," he says. "Nothing was hacked. Nothing was decoded that was any way, shape or form in the way the DMCA was written."

August 20, 2007

How to: Hack a 12V battery to save $40

The $40 hidden inside a 12V battery | Wise Bread


12 Volt Battery Hack! You'll Be Surprised... - video powered by Metacafe

As the video shows, you simply split them open to reveal EIGHT 1.5V button-cell batteries, each one worth around $5. And as these 12V batteries come in pairs that gives you a grand total of 16 new batteries worth around $80. Not bad for an initial investment of $1.66. Kipkay also goes on to split a 9V battery for use in a battery emergency.

August 19, 2007

Skype drop was the result of Russian crackers

www.xakep.ru | Skype drop was the result of Russian crackers...