Wall-Sized Game Boy

“We decided to add a little something into our office to keep clients (and ourselves) entertained.” — JoblogDon

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Pakistani Baby Born With Two Faces

Doctors at Holy Family Hospital have been trying to save a baby born with two faces, as he has been having breathing problems. They have been unable to feed the baby through the mouth, sources told The Express Tribune. The baby is the third child of a couple from Azad Jammu and Kashmir. Paediatric Ward Senior Registrar Dr Qaisar Aziz told The Express Tribune that the new born baby has been shifted to the intensive care unit of the children ward and was being take good care of. The doctor, however, expressed low possibility for the survival of the child. The baby has two sets of eyes, noses, and lips, and one pair of ears. “As feeding through the mouth is not possible [at present], he is being fed through a naso-gastric tube. The two faces are angled to each other,” said Dr Qaisar. The doctors explained that medically such a condition comes under the category of Craniofacial malformation. It is the first case of its kind in the history of the hospital, which was established before the creation of Pakistan.” w/ photos

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Top 9 Popular Types Of Flash Games

“Flash games exist in a strange world. Anyone can make them. They’re not bound by big budgets or proven formulas like their console cousins. Any motivated programmer or 14-year-old kid can make a game and get it featured on Newgrounds if it’s good enough. Any time someone has a novel gameplay idea, everyone else wants to put their spin on it. As a result, some weird genres emerged. XBox games come in clear, simple genres like ‘sports’ and ‘shooters,’ but flash genres are more along the lines of ‘games where you fling things with your mouse.’ These are the most popular game genres you can play in your web browser.” w/ photos

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The Cappuccino Car

A car that runs on coffee is unveiled today – but it certainly won’t take the grind out of commuting. And at between 25 and 50 times the cost of running a car on petrol, the invention won’t please any motor industry bean-counters either. Nicknamed the Car-puccino, it has been created using a converted 1988 Volkswagen Scirocco bought for $538 and chosen for its resemblance to the time-traveling DeLorean in the movie Back To The Future. The car will be driven the 210 miles between Manchester and London powered only by roasted coffee granules. It has been built by a team from the BBC1 science programme Bang Goes The Theory and will go on display at the Big Bang science fair in Manchester to show how fuels other than conventional petrol and diesel can power vehicles. The team calculates the Carpuccino will do three miles per kilo of ground coffee – the equivalent of about 56 espressos per mile.” w/ photos

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