Through some sort of optical witchcraft, this Israel Defense Force recon chopper looks pretty magical as the sun sets.
Let's just put this in the clearest possible terms: THERE'S A KICKSTARTER FOR PORN.
You might have a friend who has to take them for asthma. You might know someone else who denies taking them but has gotten crazy ripped really fast and angers easily.
If you need any further proof why handguns should be illegal across the pond or that the human race doesn't deserve to exist, watch this intrepid amateur scientist blast himself with a 10mm round at point blank.
Google Drive — Google's rumoured cloud storage service — is all but official, yet one question remains: how much freedom will we have with the space?
Here's how Siri could be really useful: if it didn't just answer our questions, but told us the absolute truth about how horrible our bands are. Or, okay, if it just kept telling that particular kid from the latest iPhone ad how horrible his band is. And his haircut. And pretty much everything else about him?
The Verge reports that Microsoft Zune and Windows Live apps will not be included in the upcoming preview of Windows 8—at least not the way we're used to seeing them.
We all have friends that post ambiguous, leading or confessional posts on Facebook. Often, they're plain irritating—but could they be used to spot mental health problems ahead of trained clinicians?
I was writing a blog post about three recent changes to Google's UX that made me feel that Google has changed how they think about design, specifically toward simplifying the UX for current users at the expense of the new user learning curve, when I decided maybe I was being arrogant, seeing as how I didn't do the user research Google did, so instead I'm going to talk about them [on Google+] in hopes that in this Google-rich population I might learn rather than preach.
Nobody was injured in this weird, weird, WEIRD helicopter accident, so you can laugh away from minute one. I feel sorry for the people getting shaken so badly, but it is hilarious.
That's an ad for car insurance that popped up on Facebook the other day. See anything wrong with it? It's okay, I didn't notice it at first either but the photo in the ad isn't a random drivers license picture, instead it's the face of Mohamed Atta, one of the terrorists who crashed a plane into the Twin Towers on 9/11.
Ah, crisps. Who doesn't love them? If only — and I'm being nitpicky here — if only they could, I don't know, turn your tongue some ungodly colour for no reason. Right? Oh, wait, PepsiCo's Twisties to the rescue!
John Peel was a British music institution. He introduced more bands to the public than any other DJ of his or my generation. Now his home studio is set to be recreated by the John Peel Centre in Stowmarket for an Arts Council project called The Space. It will see his entire vinyl collection scanned-in and uploaded along with online access to the BBC radio archive of Peel’s sessions.
I love Chuck Norris as much as the next man, but the Slovaks seem to be a little more obsessed with him than your average nation. They’ve banded together to name a bridge that crosses the river Morova into Austria after the American all-action hero. Chuck Norris approves indeed.