Paul's home theater oozes with style and it's packed with gear, including Martin Logan Electrostatic speakers, a TiVo Series 3, and a seven terabyte media server. To see all the pictures of Paul's home theater, check out the full slide show.
While this certainly goes into the what-else-can-we-encrust category on Crave, it's also a coup de grâce for the art world.
This work by Damien Hirst, titled "For the Love of God," is made of diamonds, human teeth and the platinum-plated skull of a 35-year-old European male from the 1700s rumored to be a monk or minor saint (hence the name).
The diamond-encrusted skull sold for 50 million pounds ($101 million) on Wednesday. In fairness to Hirst, the skull did cost him $20 million to produce. Hirst is part of the investment group that bought the … Read more
From the looks of things, it can. The graphics obviously can't be the same, but Betrayal looks like a pretty, Super Nintendo-style, side scroller. And don't think Kratos will ease up on his enemies just because he's on a cell phone; there's blood-splattering … Read more