Dad’s Army Stamps are Real and Not a Viral Brexit Joke

Looking fairly amateurish and as if they've been made as a Brexit joke for Twitter isn't helping these Dad's Army stamps convince people they're real, but they are. You may now order a stamp of a useless old part-time home guard member advising his colleagues not to panic or warning of impending doom. Read More >>

This Guy Is Selling a Whole Mess of Apple Prototypes on Ebay

Steve Wozniak’s name may be on the shipping label for one of the devices, but it’s not the Woz selling it or more than a dozen other Apple prototypes currently available on eBay. Seller Hap Plain just happened to pick up the Cinema Display with Woz’s name on the label while on the hunt for other, rarer Apple products. Read More >>

This Guy’s Hot Wheels Collection Is Worth Over $1 Million

Ready to feel anger and resentment towards your younger self for not taking better care of your toys? Bruce Pascal has been collecting them since he was seven years old, and now that he’s all grown up his collection, with over 3,000 tiny cars in it, is worth well north of a million dollars. Read More >>

Got Filth? Head to We Buy Any Porn (.com)

A porn book shop has come up with a novel way of staying alive in the internet era, by offering to buy up the unwanted porn collections of ex-partners, the suddenly converted, and even the secret stashes of the recently deceased. Read More >>

Five Selfie-Enabling Devices That Deserve a Permanent Ban

Here at Gizmodo we are dedicated to telling you about the best technology and design innovations IN THE WORLD, SON. That means relentlessly following the best new phones, showcasing souped-up vacuums, or highlighting fascinating social networks. And sometimes it means showing you the absolute worst technology and design innovations so you can use the opposite of them. Read More >>

The Nine Deadliest Minerals We’ve Ever Mined

Precious minerals make the modern world go 'round: they're used in everything from circuit boards to tableware. They're also some of the most toxic materials known to science, and excavating them has proved so dangerous over the years, some have been phased out of industrial production altogether. Read More >>

Five Important Artefacts That Were Lost—and Found—in Museum Storage

>"It belongs in a museum!" It's a common refrain among archaeologists who are passionate about preserving artefacts for future generations. But anyone who's seen the end of the 1981 documentary Raiders of the Lost Ark knows that precious relics can be easily forgotten once they make it into storage. Read More >>

Harvard Really Does Have a Book Bound in Human Skin

Last April brought disappointing (but relieving?) news that a book long suspected to be bound in human skin in Harvard's library was, in fact, bound in sheepskin. Nothing here, move along, right? But no! Now Harvard has confirmed, for the first time ever, one of its other books is indeed sheathed in human skin. Read More >>

Google Testing Note-Based Chrome Favourites Upgrade

Code-analysers have discovered a new thing within Chrome, with Google testing a refreshed bookmarking system called either Google Stars or Google Collections. The idea is to jazz up bookmarks by letting users save content, add notes and build up scrapbooks of saved stuff. Read More >>

These Modular Cabinets are the Coolest Way to Display Precious Things

There's a case to be made—recently by designer Martino Gamper (and me)—that shelving is the most personal piece of furniture you own; a functional place to store your stuff that also puts it on display. The Room collection, by Kyuhyung Cho and Erik Olovsson, might be the most fun modular system I've ever seen. Read More >>

Will These Genius Condom Ideas be the Next ‘Big’ Thing?

Bill Gates: computer genius, incredible philanthropist...condom afficionado? Indeed, the man who brought you MS-DOS is now looking to create a revolution in an entirely new industry -- and one in dire need of innovation. Read More >>

All the Crappy Kickstarters You Shouldn’t Fund in 2014

Kickstarter is great, sometimes -- it's the bringer of life to unique products like the Pebble or Oculus Rift. A side-effect, though, is an unfiltered look into what some people deem to be good ideas. Read More >>