Awesome Original Shelby Replica Pool Table

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In the “redefining awesomeness” category, here we have a replica of the classic 1965 Shelby GT 350 made into a pool table. Each billiard table comes with an authentic certificate of awesomeness and is guaranteed to burn a hole in your wallet. Each replica is signed by the one and only Carroll Shelby himself and is numbered, in limited edition.

New Google Map Finds All Movies Filmed Near You

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A new Google Map has been created to show the locations of movie filmings for the past 100 years. Created by the website BoxOfficeQuant, dedicated to statistics and the film industry, the publicly accessible Google map displays the filming locations of the top 2000 movies from 1910-2010, according to IMDB. So what represents the top films?

How to Meet the President Using Twitter

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Did you ever want to meet your country’s president or prime minister but just never knew what to do to make it happen? Try sending a tweet. That’s what one person living in the African nation of Rwanda did. When there was a rumor that the president of Rwanda was passing through town, the enterprising and hopeful twitter user @savvykenya decided to send a tweet inviting Paul Kagame to come to a local party being organized.


First Music Video Shot Entirely Using iPad 2

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Well, it was only a matter of time. But the first music video to be shot entirely using the Apple iPad 2 has been released. The song is Need and is by the indie band Eddy. To see pictures of the video shoot, click here. The story behind the video is quiet interesting. The video was finished and released just 20 hours after the release of the Apple iPad 2 tablet.

E.Coli Bacteria as Alternative Energy Source

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The Escherichia coli, or E-coli is a common type of bacteria that lives inside the human intestine. It is generally associated with dangerous bacterial infections in food such as in meat or vegetables. But can it be a source of clean, green energy as well? It can, if the researchers at UCLA’s Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science have anything to say about it.