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These My Little Pony Mods Are Chock Full of Win!

These My Little Pony Mods Are Chock Full of Win!

By Vadim NewquistJanuary 20, 2015

How do you make My Little Pony twenty thousand percent cooler? With these amazing My Little Pony Mods that transform the dolls we all know and love into miniature displays of horse-powered Cosplay awesomeness. So giddy up partner! ‘Cause it’s Halloween in Flutter Vall...More  →

The Insanely Life-Like Portraits of Euclase

The Insanely Life-Like Portraits of Euclase

By Vadim NewquistJanuary 20, 2015

The American portrait artist known as Euclase is in a league all his own. His work is so stunningly real that you’d swear you were staring at a photograph. From each shadow to each subtle reflection of light, the tiniest speck of stubble appears so vivid that you’d sw...More  →

Geeks to Watch out for in 2015
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Geeks to Watch Out for in 2015

By Andrew WardJanuary 20, 2015

2015 is off the a blazing start in Geek-dom. In science, entertainment, business and so many other areas of the world, geeks are making their names heard. Here's just a few names that you might want to give an extra bit of attention to this year....More  →

THE MINDHUT SHORT FICTION CONTEST RUNNERS UP

THE MINDHUT SHORT FICTION CONTEST RUNNERS UP

By Ryan BrittJanuary 19, 2015

As I've mentioned over and over again, judging this contest was really, really hard, primarily because the staggering amount of talent everyone demonstrated. You’re all immensely talented and your love of reading and writing will take you to amazing dimensions you haven’t even begun to...More  →

THE MINDHUT SHORT FICTION CONTEST 1ST PLACE WINNER:

THE MINDHUT SHORT FICTION CONTEST 1ST PLACE WINNER: "Eros, God of Nothing" by Hannah Wagle

By Ryan BrittJanuary 19, 2015

There’s a grand tradition in science fiction of putting emotions (or lack of emotions) into the realm of fictional pharmaceuticals. From “soma” in Brave New World, to the “spice” of Dune, equating emotions with a drug or a medicine is a powerful metaphor if used...More  →

THE MINDHUT SHORT FICTION CONTEST 2ND PLACE WINNER:

THE MINDHUT SHORT FICTION CONTEST 2ND PLACE WINNER: "The Past is Now" by Anna Thompson

By Ryan BrittJanuary 19, 2015

I’m always a sucker for a story that involves both a paradox and seemingly unexplained magic. Though this is a science fiction/fantasy story that deals with photographs, it reminded me of Alfred Hitchcock’s old show Night Gallery where a painting was often the subject of...More  →

THE MINDHUT SHORT FICTION CONTEST 3RD PLACE WINNER:

THE MINDHUT SHORT FICTION CONTEST 3RD PLACE WINNER: "Untitled" by Kaleigh

By Ryan BrittJanuary 19, 2015

Calling this story anything other than beautiful would be a disservice, so let’s get that out of the way: it’s beautiful. But it’s also a haunting piece the almost borders on poetry. I felt like the author of this story took the length-requirement and instead...More  →

A Harry Potter Quiz and Star Wars Debate in This Week's Geeky Twitter!

A Harry Potter Quiz and Star Wars Debate in This Week's Geeky Twitter!

By Josh SorokachJanuary 16, 2015

Happy Friday, our peak geeks! Welcome to another edition of the only slideshow on the Internet that dares to ask, "Can I borrow five bucks?" Penniless slideshows aside, this week's Geeky Twitter delves into the nooks and crannies of that crabby ol' vortex we call the ...More  →

15 Robots We Wish Were Our Best Buddies

15 Robots We Wish Were Our Best Buddies

By Steven RomanoJanuary 16, 2015

Sure, they promise to be your “friend for life,” but humans by virtue are nothing more than flighty meatbags, destined to disappoint you at a moment’s notice. So why keep such miserable company when robots make far superior chums, pretty much programmed to like you ...More  →

THE MINDHUT FICTION CONTEST WINNERS HAVE BEEN PICKED... and Soon All Will Be Revealed!

THE MINDHUT FICTION CONTEST WINNERS HAVE BEEN PICKED... and Soon All Will Be Revealed!

By Ryan BrittJanuary 16, 2015

Last week, The Mindhut Short Fiction Contest concluded, which for many of you, meant rushing to beat the deadline, but for us, it meant sitting around making hard choices. Picking the winners of the contest should have been really, really fun, but it was actually...More  →