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You all know the Playstation 4 (PS4) and the Xbox One are preparing to stock the shelves of many a store and the TV console of many a gaming fiend. With all the attention each new console systems has been receiving, the exclusive games for each and the updated box-tastic designs, the choice is becoming…

They’re about as tall as muffin tin and sound like eight monkeys drinking whiskey in a hailstorm. But ya know waht, they gave me these links and everything was just fine. Glennz Concepts – it’s apparent that these are awesome illustrations. it’s also apparent I ate something with garlic. Sweet Optimization – and free too.…

He’ll eat’em all and then just leave the crumbs… That’s when it happens. The crumbs turn into a giant ‘crumb monster’ and chase the cats and butter everything. Only way I can stop it is to distract them with this set of links! Mike Mitchell – Little skull people on hummings birds. Birds with jetpacks?…

Oh! That’s a feisty one. It’s as if my sense of choosing a properly ripened melon has gone numb from shock, horror and these indescribably cool links. Philip Straub – The amazingly colorful and future imagination of this multi-talented artist. Barcelona 1908 – Yes, your penchant for grainy video of old cityscapes will soon be…

I found it siftin’ through those leaves over there. Fearsome, don’t ya think? But also really cute and had these links attached to it’s hind quarters. Alex Dragulescu – Seriously cool visualizations of information. Almost like throwing up very rigid, sometimes curly, objects. 5 Things to Build Your Personal Brand – Build what? Build you…

I agree. It’s usually smaller mammals that shoot bolts of electricity from their eyeholes, but those stale fruit balls and these links have changed everything. Adam Tredowski – Adam has the whole 3D, art and sci-fi thing down with his surrealistic perspective on structures. wow. Evolution of Spy Gadgets – You’re sneaky. really sneaky. I…

You’ve got five days I reckon. After that, you can’t tell what the unintended results of too much lather will do to affect migration of wild yaks. I’d put down some crumbs and use these links. Josh Keyes – You won’t see surreal cutaway art like this in the textbooks. Great detail and a touch…

As if those potatoes will peel themselves. Ok, so apparently they do, but it’s got to be the creepiest thing I’ve ever seen, besides that disco family of Sumatran rabbits and these links. Wayne Barlow – Yes, speaking of creepy. Wayne wins for his creature art. A fleshy sac on the back of a 3-legged…

You could probably make a mountain out of Kinkajous, but I imagine it would be a painful climb… unless you had these links. Russ Schwenkler Illustration – Future 3D ships and vehicles?Can we get enough. Not when they look like this. Shadows in Photoshop – Making Shadows, like being hit in the face, is easy…

Look, it’s like a giant anthead trying to gnaw it’s way through a tar and gravel sandwich. It’ could probably use a bit more mustard, or perhaps these links. 50 Stunning 3D Renderings – How cool are renderings? Extra cool when they’re 3D. Thanks again to Rod Uding!!! Anthony Sims Moon Roadster – Did ya…

Allright, I’ve found something that will keep you up all night or keep the kiddos entertained for 8 minutes longer than usual. It’s called LineRider and you create a world of ramps, hills, valleys and obstacles to send a tiny sledder down until he flies of falls to his demise. Amazing simple and fun. Here’s…