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Exploding Giant Bubbles Will Never Get Old

Though we can never be in awe of bubbles like we once were, we can still have fun with them. Lots of fun! And the easiest way to have more fun with bubbles is to go bigger and add in slow motion to capture the exploding bubbles. When you see these giant bubbles get popped in the park, they disappear instantaneously. When you see it in slow motion from Shanks FX, you see the water fireworks that follows the sphere-ish liquid amoeba. Read More >>

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Golden Eagle Steals Kid From Park -- Yes, Really

Who'd have thought that the majestic Golden Eagle had a taste for blood, human blood. In fact, who'd have though any bird would actually be able to claim a human as food. Watch as this incredible bird genuinely tries to steal a kid right from a park in Montreal, and very, nearly, almost actually pulls it off. No more cute little birdy. Read More >>

Is This the Best or the Most Evil Parenting Trick Ever?

I don't know who had the genius idea—and courage—to stick this post-it on their fridge door but, as evil as it may seem for kids all around the world, it's the best parenting tip I've ever seen for this age of underage internet junkies. Read More >>

At £80, Here's a Tablet Your Kid Can Slobber On Without Concern

While there's no shortage of child-friendly tablets, there's always been one sticking point: they're just a bit too expensive, given that they'll be dropped, slobbered on and generally abused. This Archos tablet, however, may well solve that problem. Read More >>

10-Year-Old Kid Got Lost Inside a Computer -- For Real

TNW has a great little anecdote today: a 10-year-old kid got lost inside a computer in the 1950s. That was the time when computers less powerful than your current phone were bigger than most homes. This is his story. Read More >>


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