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The Commodore 64 was more than a computer. It was the symbol of an entire generation, and still tops the charts as the best selling PC of all time. Many who lived and gamed in the 80s will have fond memories of the device, and it ran thousands of games- a lot of those games are still being played today.
Enthusiasts will be happy to know that Commodore plans to bring the old machine back.
With everyone doing double or triple duty these days, it should not be a surprise that furniture and lighting design is being asked to do the same. For example, with this Book Lamp doing double duty, you don't need a table!
No, you have NOT seen everything yet! Not, at least until you see these spinning exercise wheels for your dogs and cats. Not treadmills... they are so yesterday! Wheels, like way-oversized hamster wheels.
Today, we're taking a look at Douglas Engelbart- one of the forefathers of modern computing. One of his most famous invention is a mouse. It's pretty clear to anyone who's used a computer what sort of influence that device had. Truth is, if it weren't for Engelbart, computers would likely have evolved in a very different direction.
I don't know anyone who belongs to our generation that hasn't played or at least heard of Pac-Man--that tiny, yellow dude who went around mazes eating pac-dots while being chased by Blinky, Pinky, Inky, and Clyde and loading up on power pellets to turn the tide on his would-be assailants. Now fans and collectors can have a little piece of Pac-Man in their own room and right beside their bed care of the Pac-Man Alarm Clock by Firebox.