Meet the future of pizza delivery (and other things we didn't cover)

Local Motors
The future of pizza delivery.

If you live on the eastern seaboard like I do, you’re mostly likely still hunkering down at home, trying to recover from Hurricane Sandy. Luckily there’s plenty to read on the Internet that’s not about the “Frankenstorm.” including today’s edition of GeekBytes.

Crowdsourcing the ultimate pizza delivery car [Local Motors]

Until we all have food delivered to us by swarms of quadrocopters, human driven cars will be have to the best next thing. Now, Local Motors and Dominos are teaming up to develop the ultimate pizza delivery car—with your help—to make sure your pies stay hot and your chocolate lava cakes remain lava-y. [via Autoblog ]

An EMP missile is probably the scariest non-lethal weapon yet [Wired]

Boeing successfully tested a new non-lethal microwave missile. Instead of carrying an explosive payload, this missile is designed to disable all electronics using a compact high power microwave system. In other words, it’s basically a flying electromagnetic pulse.

DIY upgrade for the Elevation Dock [Thingiverse]

Wish you could still use the Elevation Dock with you new iPhone 5? Now you can! Thanks to a little 3D-printed part, you can covert your dock with a functional Lightning connector. All you have to do is download the plans and either order a copy through a 3D printing service like Shapeways or print it from you own 3D printer [via Make ]

Flaming Pumpkins [YouTube]

Want to give you jack-o-lantern some more pazazz? Dave Hax gives you a quick tip on how to upgrade you pumpkin from a flickering candle to a flaming column of fire. [via Neatorama]

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