I was perusing Etsy earlier today and ran across some pretty cool hand sanitizers. They are hand-made and look exactly like potions straight out of the Harry Potter franchise. The seller states that you will get twelve different bottles for only $25 USD. If you’re familiar with similar offerings at places such as Bath and Body Works, $25 isn’t a bad deal at all!
For further details and purchase information, please visit the seller’s page at http://etsy.me/WkBq9I . Also, feel free to mention that I sent you should you decide to purchase anything!
Let me first say that I am a huge fan and have love for both Star Wars and LEGO. My collections for either are admittedly not very large though, but if I could only add one more thing it would definitely be the LEGO Star Wars Imperial Star Destroyer that was produced back in 2002. The completed set is monstrous at a whopping three feet long and two feet wide, weighing in at a little over 20 pounds. It is, by far, one of the largest sets ever produced by LEGO.
As of this posting, it sells used for around $600 US. I’ll have you one day my precious!
This may possibly be old news for some of you, but it may also be new and wonderful news for others. It has been stated that Star Wars Weekends will be returning to Disney’s Hollywood Studios every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday through the dates of May 17-June 9.
James Arnold Taylor and Ashley Eckstein, the voices of Obi-Wan Kenobi and Ahsoka Tano respectively, of the Star Wars: The Clone Wars animated series are confirmed as the two celebrity hosts for the event.
If you’re lucky enough to be able to attend the event this year (unlike myself), visit the main Star Wars website below for further details such as future announcements of special guests and events.
Star Wars Weekends announcement: http://bit.ly/Wa86S6
Image source: http://bit.ly/V9Bolj
Hot on the heels of innovations such as Google Glass, Intel is hard at work on a new Perceptual Computing initiative. They have an entire division devoted to this project and it seems their aim is to pave the way for future technology. Not many details are known about what this could mean for the future but it makes me giddy all the same. Could you imagine wearing and controlling a computer in a realistic 3D space? Awesome!
For a full rundown of what they’re working on, see the original article here: http://bit.ly/V3v52C
Who wouldn’t want any Star Wars themed coffee table? A man named Barry Shields put a ridiculous amount of man hours into crafting one. Not just any Star Wars table though; an X-Wing table! It’s being sold for $60,500 and it took him six months to carve the whole thing. Even at that astronomically high price, I’m sure there’s a fan out there willing to purchase that beaut!
Original article: http://bit.ly/V7yWiV