Haven’t cleaned your desk in years? At this point you’ve probably accumulated enough crap to recycle it all into something useful, instead of just sweeping it all onto the floor. YouTube’s MrGear has an easy-to-follow tutorial show you how to turn an old CD case, some soda cans, and various unwanted electronic bits…
Having already re-engineered vacuum cleaners and fans from the ground up, Dyson has now applied its expertise at moving air to an appliance you probably use every day, and despise doing so. The Dyson Supersonic wants to replace the hair dryer in your bathroom with a lighter, safer, and quieter alternative.
Antoine Terrieux’s art installation at La Maison Des Jonglages in La Courneuve near Paris, France utilizes hair dryers in such a way that there has to be some sort of magic sprinkled on them. You’ll see the hair dryers levitating balls and string in the air, hair dryers creating a fire tornado, hair dryers making a…
Back in the day, hair dryers and perm machines looked like they would eat your brain. Dark Roasted Blend has a nice roundup of photos of the vintage devices that makes you think think we sure did—and still do—some absolutely insane things for beauty.
Cats. Those cute little kitties always have a mind of their own and they're not afraid to show it. So if you blow hot air in their face with a hair dryer, they'll try to smack the beejizzle out of the air. So. Damn. Cute. [MoonGrate via The Awesomer]
"Luke...*heavy breathing*...I am your...*heavy breathing* hair-dresser." [Tembolat Gugkaev via Walyou via NerdApproved]
What does an atheist do when they're trying to prove a point and "de-baptize" non-believers? Why, use a hairdryer of course, as Edwin Kagin has done with a "flock" of atheists at this year's American Atheists Convention in New Jersey.