Cybertecture: I Want One Of These Mirrors In Every Room Of My House!

I’m not sure I can afford the $7,700 price tag on this Mirror that apparently, but I want one with every fibre of my existence…

Maybe I can re-mortgage my house to get it?

The Cybertecture mirror will be available for pre-order this December and will apparently start shipping in Spring 2011, it’s an internet connected interactive mirror, and it’s one of those I don’t need it but I really want it items.

See the promo video:

I can’t see anything on the actual website that mentions that it runs Android but they have a page of press articles about it and the Wall Street Journal Article mentions it as does but the Engadget article seems to say that it doesn’t I’m inclined to think Engadget are probably right, it looks cool but it looks nothing like Android.

Via  Android Devices.

CapricaIs Canned

I can’t say I’m surprised, SyFy Have decided to can the Battlestar Galactica Sequel Caprica. Hopefully they will plough the resources that they would have spent on it on making Blood and Chrome as awesome as it can be.

Caprica was a bit incoherent, it started with a fairly good premise but I think it got lost and just didn’t go anywhere.

Via TV Squad

Sharkman(woman?) Eats Cat!

I don’t know where this image came from I found it while randomly browsing livejournal but it is made of awesome, it has a bemused cat in it and a woman in a hammerhead shark suit, what more could you ask for.

Think of this as my version of a Unicorn Chaser after the last sad post…

And now to post something that doesn’t involve cats…

Cute But Heartbreakingly Sad: Kittens With Myotonia Congenita

The two kittens in this video have Myotonia Congenita also known as “Fainting Goat Syndrome” when they get spooked by a loud noise they faint and are paralysed for a minute or so. The expression of confusion on their faces is heartbreaking.

What’s even sadder is that one of them passed away due to respritory failure. I really want to see my cats and give them a hug now… 🙁

Via Geekologie.

Pants Win Prize!

Photographer Michael Dearden won the UK Master Photographer of the Year 2010 prize for the above photo of 38-year-old Angela Lancaster taking her pants off at her wedding. It’s a nice picture, and somehow manages to make her taking her pants off almost classy. The thing is when I showed Avarinne the picture she immediately exclaimed “I have those shoes! Great now everyone is going to have those shoes.”

via about:blank.