Cast metal Lego brick charm


They're $20 from Thinkgeek, and are made of a "silvertone metal alloy," whatever that is.

Stormtrooper with hairbow earrings


Etsy seller Bunnie Buns made these Stormtrooper Bow Earrings, which are cute as heck.

(via Geeky Merch)

Alan Moore's finished a one million word epic novel

The creator of Watchmen, From Hell, V for Vendetta; zinester; defender of libraries; wizard; battler of Big Comics and pornographer has finished the first draft of a novel set loosely in Northampton, a kind of fictionalized memoir of Moore's family -- no publication date yet, and it's likely to come out in three volumes. CAN'T WAIT.

(Image: Alan Moore, Nikki Tysoe, CC-BY)

D20 serving-bowl set


The two halves of the bowl snap together to make a giant D20 (saving throw up, of course), and then snap apart to form a pair of dishwasher/ microwave-safe serving bowls -- $13 from Thinkgeek.

T-shirt for your next D&D game


Shirt-on-demand (tank, tee or sweat) from Lookhuman.

Ain't No Party Like A D&D Party (via Wonderland)

Tablecloth trick++

Mat Ricardo improves on his signature tablecloth trick (in which he puts the tablecloth back under the place-settings) with a new trick that's quite a stunner!

#InternetSlowdown jams Congress's switchboard

Yesterday's net-wide campaign for Net Neutrality put through more than 1,000 calls per minute to Congress!

Kickstarting Skyliner; a graphic novel memoir about jazz behind the Iron Curtain


At 81, Polish illustrator Andre Krayewski has adapted his memoir about being a jazz fan in Stalinist Poland into a graphic novel, and his son Ed has translated it to English.

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Seconds, by Bryan Lee "Scott Pilgrim" O'Malley

What do you do for a followup after a triumph like the Scott Pilgrim series? If you’re Bryan Lee O’Malley, you do Seconds, a graphic novel that’s three notches less self-consciously clever, and six notches more heartfelt, smart, and sweet. Cory Doctorow reviews Seconds.

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Kickstarting Stuff and Nonsense, a steampunk card-game from Cheapass & Prof Elemental

Cheapass Games went all the way to England for our next game: 'Stuff and Nonsense', a card game about telling wild tales of imaginary adventure; We had a great time working with the talented Professor Elemental, known for his whimsical steampunk and chap hop music."

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Drone's eye view of Burning Man 2014

Beautifully shot and edited, a rarely seen vista on one of the most amazing places in the world.

The Nicest Place on the Internet

Continuous-playing short clips of people blowing kisses and giving hugs to their cameras (warning, autoplays music).

The Nicest Place on the Internet

(via Waxy)

Join the global fight for a neutral net: Big Telecom vs THE WORLD

Today, a coalition of activist groups from all over the world kick off a global campaign for a neutral Internet where big telcoms aren’t allowed to decide which websites you can visit based on how much bribery they can extort — it’s called Big Telecom vs the World and it needs your help!

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Madeline Ashby's Hieroglyph story: "By the Time We Get To Arizona"


The Hieroglyph anthology was created by Neal Stephenson, challenging sf writers to imagine futures where ambitious technological projects improved the human condition.

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Stellar bargains at Top Shelf Comix's $3 sale!

One of the world's great and indispensible indie comix publishers (League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Lost Girls, Nemo, From Hell, March, Essex County, Swallow Me Whole, etc) selling huge amounts of inventory at deep discounts, with 125 titles for $1-$3, and for over 180 titles, you can get the digital comic thrown in for just a dollar or two more. (Thanks, Chris!)