There are a variety of cases designed for the MacBook series of laptops from Apple. Some are designed to be protective cases, while some are merely decorative. If you’re after a case that will offer the latter feature, then you might be interested in the Brik case which as you can see in the photo above, will allow MacBook users to decorate their laptops using LEGO-style bricks.
As it stands the creators of the Brik case are trying to raise funds via Kickstarter and with 26 days to go and with their funding standing at $19,000, we reckon there’s a good chance of them making it. Now we should note that these aren’t LEGO bricks per se, but rather bricks that resemble LEGO, although its creators say that their case will work with LEGO, Mega Bloks, PixelBlocks, KRE-O, and K’NEX bricks. Read full post →MacBook Case Lets You Decorate It With LEGO Bricks
When the idea of escaping from prison comes to mind, we probably think of elaborate plots, patience, distractions, timing, all of which will come together in a nice montage where the prisoner(s) escape successfully, kind of like what you might expect in a movie. However in the case of Neil Moore, a fraudster in the UK, his escape was less exciting but still pretty inventive nonetheless.
What Moore did was when he was on remand, he used an illicit mobile phone to create a fake email account. He then posted as a senior court clerk and sent bail instructions to the prison staff who apparently thought the email was legit, thus releasing him in the process. His escape was only discovered when solicitors went to interview him and discovered he was gone. Read full post →Prisoner In The UK Escapes From Jail By Sending A Bogus Email