This is just too epic.
Here’s an unusual concept for a wall clock. Instead of telling the time with hands or a digital display, the Catena clock tells time along the perimeter of a bicycle chain.
Designed by Andreas Dober for Germany’s Anthologie Quartett, the Catena (Latin for “chain”) has a certain retro-steampunk look about it. Time is told using copper digits mounted on the outside of a bike chain that rotates around a single motorized gear. Now don’t bother trying to tell the exact time with this. The only numbers on the chain are the hours, so any attempt to figure out minutes is a crap-shoot.
While I dig the grungy minimalism of the clock, I don’t dig the $2300+ (USD) price tag. But I suppose if you’ve got really deep pockets, you can order one over at Unica Home.
On the other hand, I won’t tell anyone if you decide to make your own out of $20 worth of junk you find at a flea market.
SarcasticBlogger has been inactive for about 5 month, yet somehow managed to rack up almost 50k views this past year. So I will be working hard on bringing back this blog and brining you guys constant epicness.
Stay tuned for:
- A new epic theme
- Content which is beyond epic
- An epic interview with the women who invented the sandwich. [joke]
But I’m sure you’ve got the overall picture: it’s going to be
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Ever wondered what π would sound like? This is really impressive:
Priceless. Funny. EPIC. 5 month-old baby simultaneously amused and terrified by sound of nose blowing.
Chatroulette, the site that matches you up with random strangers for a video chat, apparently still exists. Even so, what are the odds that you’ll meet a guy on Chatroulette who’s a) not naked, and b) willing to sing you a love song?
And if you’re the guy with the guitar, waiting for a pretty girl named Diana to pop up and be serenaded, what are the chances you’ll actually find her? Slim to none.
That’s why this little episode is so cool. A Chatroulette love song sounds cheesy, but … well, check it out. You’ll see.