I can has tweetz? Twitter is now fluent in Lolcat (and other stuff you missed)

It doesn’t seem that cats on the internet can stay off GeekTech for very long, especially when I’m involved (call me the cat correspondent, if you will!). Delve into GeekBytes today, and you’ll get your fair fix of Lolcats, alongside the best table ever and a strange karaoke machine mod.

Speak the language of the Internet via your Twitter account

Behold: Twitter in Lolspeak! To get Lolspeak on your own Twitter profile, log in to your account and change your language settings from the drop down menu. I’m personally a fan of the simple “MOAR” button, which replaces the sensible “more” link to embed and email options. [via Engadget]

Turn your iPhone into a Karaoke machine on the fly [Paulo Renato]

"Hello, is it me you’re looking for?" Would perhaps be the lyric of choice when you sing into your iPhone karaoke machine. Paulo Renato uses YouTube lyric videos—plus a DIY sound mixer chip and amplifier—to make his iPhone into a party-style karaoke setup. All you need to bring is the mic and your best singing voice. [via Hack a Day]

This Lego table is the table for adults and kids alike [Ikea Hackers]

Before you throw out that old chest or dresser, why don’t you see if you could find a new use for it? Kathy transformed a plain Ikea chest into a special Lego table for her granddaughter. In addition to a fun paint job, she placed a number of large dowels onto the drawers to make a giant Lego brick effect. Then there’s an all-important base plate on top to make the ultimate creativity table for your Lego. Check out the photo and see if you could make it yourself.

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