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The US Postal Service just honored the IBM Selectric typewriter and some other icons of American design with their own postage stamps last month, and now Canada Post has gotten in on the act to recognize four key Canadian inventions. That includes the pacemaker, the electric oven, the electric wh...

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Just like Agent Smith, Facebook is starting to escape its original programming and enter the corporeal realm. This doomsday device has been concocted by a design studio that clearly knows not the wider implications of its fanciful little rubber stamp. Ah well, you can register your interest in this...

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It's a well established norm in civilized geek society that visual representations such as "=)" can and should be used to substitute for the laborious exercise of expressing emotions through words or actions. Taking that notion to its logical extreme, the Kaoiro emoticon stamp comes with 7 rows o...

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If you've preordered Okami (from the Capcom Store, that is), Capcom has gone out of its way to reward your loyalty. You can expect some goodies in the mail soon (you lucky dogs), including a thank-you card embedded with seeds. That means you can either save the card in a shoebox full of mementos fr...

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In today's Cinemassively, Stamp answers the age old question of what would happen if your World of Warcraft characters jumped out of your computer. By the end of this video, you won't care who stole the beer, or why the door was left open a crack when you swore that you shut it. You'll be too busy o...

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Bobble & friends - An IRL adventure is quite possibly the cutest WoW machinima I've seen so far. The idea of the short is to show you what happens when your characters break free into the real world. Apparently, they go straight for the TV ... That's so typical! Stamp did a great job on this vid...

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The Japanese Postal Service released a set of Mario stamps last year in a nice collectible binder. Somehow, NCSX has gotten a small shipment of these stamps, which carry a postage value of 80 yen ($0.66) each. The markup for this set ($105) is pretty severe, but if you are a desperate Mario collec...

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Nah, we're not surprised in the least that the zany gurus at SolidAlliance have found a way to crank out yet another completely bizarre USB-related gizmo, and the Xstamper USB thumb drive / stamp hybrid certainly fits the atypical bill. Reportedly useful as a type of Japanese notarization device, ...

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Sure, old Mario has been known to paint, play professional sports, and even do some actual plumbing work on occasion, but he'll soon be able to power your mail through the postal service in the Far East. 10-stamp sheets of 80 Yen stamps are now available for pre-order in Japan, where gaming otakus w...

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