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…Red Bull lets you customize your own Soapbox Racer?

RedBull Soapbox Racer

If you liked Red Bull’s Flugtag Flight Lab, then check out the Soapbox Racer site, where you can design your own soapbox racer and race it on your own track against friends from around the world.

There are plenty of options to tweak and customize, so get those creative juices flowing and see what you can do behind the wheel.

[Red Bull Soapbox Racer]

…It’s Things Thursday: MOO Sticker Books?

MOO StickerBooks

MOO StickerBooks are small books filled with tear-out sheets of stickers that you can customize.

Each book contains up to 90 full color photos or designs, and there are six designs per sheet. The stickers are made of scratchproof vinyl, with a glossy finish for lasting fun. They’re also acid and lignin-free for use with scrapbooking, gift wrapping, and more.

If you’re ready to order a book of your own, then be sure to use the code “moostickersfree” during the month of April for a three books for the price of two deal.


Use up to 90 different photos

[MOO – StickerBooks]

[Via: MOO Blog]

…Red Bull lets you design your own Flugtag?

Red Bull Flugtag Flight Lab

The Red Bull Flugtag Flight Lab lets you build, customize, and fly your very own Flugtagmobile.

If design isn’t exactly your thing, then pick from a variety of pre-completed planes, and see how far you can get by flapping your wings.

[Red Bull Flugtag Flight Lab]

[Via: Trendwatch Daily]

…Mac menubars can display the date?

Mac Menu Bar

With a bit of clever menu manipulation, you can finally force your Mac to show the date in your menubar using System Preferences.

  1. In System Preferences, open International and go to the Formats tab.
  2. Next to Dates, click the Customize button. Arrange your date in the format you want to appear on your menubar. Use the down arrows on each element to choose between formats. (January, Jan, 01, 1, etc.)
  3. Now, select the entire date format and copy it to your clipboard (Cmd+A, Cmd+C). Hit OK.
  4. Hit the Customize button next to Times. Choose the “Medium” format.
  5. Paste the date format on your clipboard next to the time format, and hit OK. You’re done!

It’s not exactly easy, but it works, so there’s now no excuse for not knowing the date.

[Via: Lifehacker]

…ColorWare will customize your iPhone?

ColorWave iPhone

Picked up an iPhone, but you’re already feeling like an iClone?

Then customize your Jesus phone with the ColorWare treatment, giving it an automotive style paint job that is sure to shine.

With 29 color combinations available, and the ability to pick and choose what colors go where, you can create your own work of art for just $149 over the cost of the phone itself.

They’ll even take in your old phone and color it up if you’ve already made the plunge.

[ColorWare – iPhone]

[Via: NOTCOT]