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Roundup January, 15 2010

Selectism | Around the Web

01. Amtrak to add Wi-Fi to Acela line in March

“The company had previously hinted at adding high-speed wireless connections to its trains and has now officially said that the Acela line (which runs between Boston and Washington D.C. with stops in Connecticut, New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore) will be getting Wi-Fi in March – for free, initially, although the regular price hasn’t been announced yet. #abouttime (cgear)

02. 6 Pack Bottle Carrier

“The Sixpack is a bottle carrier that can hold up to 6 beer, soft drink, or water bottles. It’s perfect for those BYO dinner outings where a normal 6 pack gets destroyed after you rip out one beer.” (notcot)

03. 12 Hacked Nerf Superweapons [Nerf]

“I’m a grown man and I love Nerf guns. I’m not alone either, which is why modders look to trick them out with new looks and new capabilities. Check out Oobject’s list for 12 of the best Nerf mods.” (gizmodo)

04. An IKEA Lamp Made Out Of IKEA Dog Bowls (above)

“We know that IKEA furniture can be hacked in a bunch of different ways, but this is the first time that we’ve seen dog bowls being used in this fashion. This lamp is actually made out dog bowls!” (unplggd)

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