Briefly: Glowing Toilets, CliffyB's Man Cave, iPad Durability

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Glow-in-the-dark toilets, Menulog teases Bitcoin users, are iPads built to last forever?

  • OzBargain has assembled a list of 165 free Kindle ebooks. Genres include classic fiction, history & war, food, health & fitness, self help and photography. For more online bargains, check out today's Hump Day Deals post.
  • The online takeaway ordering website Menulog could soon be accepting Bitcoin payments. The company has outlined a detailed case on its blog and is inviting customers to share their thoughts on whether cryptocurrency and pizza are a good mix.
  • There's a new Kickstarter campaign for glow-in-the-dark toilets. Awesome. Click here to see a video of the technology in action.
  • In slightly more serious news, Sweden is currently hunting a mystery submarine off its coastline, and things are about to get heated.
  • Cliff Bleszinski (AKA "CliffyB") is the man behind the popular Gears Of War video game series. He also has one of the most amazing gaming set-ups we've ever seen.
  • Apple's quarterly earnings have revealed a surprising slump in iPad sales. It seems nobody is buying the fabled tablet anymore precisely because they are built to last.


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