These Super Mario and Yoshi radio-controlled karts feature directional steering in both forward and reverse, but that doesn't mean it's any easier to avoid crashing them into a wall. When the kart is facing you, left=right and right-left. I'm still not used to that, but experienced remote control enthusiasts say controlling an incoming vehicle eventually becomes second nature.
In any case, these little karts (the manufacturer says they're "1/24th scale," as if the full size models are physical things and not just 0s and 1s on a disc) are rip roaring fun, especially when you have a couple of rambunctious kittens dead set on upending them.
Super Mario and Yoshi radio-controlled karts
Boing Boing readers already know about MakieLab, the startup where my friends and I make 3D printed, customizable dolls called Makies.
They’re $4 from Stickermule — a great way to show your Glorkian pride.
You may have heard that “screen time” — time with TV, phones, tablets, computers, or video games — is bad for babies and toddlers. Recently, the American Academy of Pediatrics reversed course on their previous advice about screen time for kids under two.”
These knitted gloves are here to save the day (and your hands) with an ultra-comfy, double-layer that will allow you to stay warm and use your phone. Now you can take photos on the fly, text, Tinder, and more without letting freezing temperatures get in your way. Plus they work with all touchscreens, so no […]
Store more on your Mac with this microSD memory card adapter.
Carrying this EDC card is like slinging around a handheld toolbox wherever you go. Its minimal design is small enough to fit in your wallet’s billfold, and it’s TSA-compliant so you’ll never leave it behind. It’s got hex wrenches, metric and imperial rulers, flathead and Phillip’s screwdrivers, and a bottle opener so that you’re ready […]