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This is a very simple, quick method to make everyone have beautiful skin in your Christmas family photos, even if your family is on meth. I've used a variant of this method the past few years and it works perfectly.
Can someone who has an iPhone 4S ask Siri what type of music she's into? I'm sure it's infinitely better than what you listen to. (I'm joking, of course! Maybe.) Thanks to the SiriProxy software recently created, it's now possible to control your Spotify playlist via Siri, queuing up new songs and even asking her to identify tracks for you.
here are lots of creative alternate uses for office supplies, including makeshift weaponry, but I can't imagine that any of them are as destructive as this Wall Blaster that uses pneumatics to devastate brick walls with water cooler bottles.
Instead of spending hours unravelling, testing and hanging Christmas lights, in the future I'm going to do what New York's Saks Fifth Avenue has done with their holiday decorations; hire a bunch of animators and just point a projector at my home.
Throughout his many adventures rescuing Princess Zelda, battling Ganon, and saving Hyrule, Link has amassed quite a collection of weapons and tools. So to avoid being a candidate for Hoarders, even he has to clean out his inventory.
When a couple goes on Maury (America's most electrifying daytime TV talk show) to prove who's the father of a baby, it's usually a sordid tale of lying, cheating and deceit. But no story can ever get better than this: Joe, the alleged baby daddy, accuses Tom from freaking MySpace of being the real father of his girlfriend's baby because Tom was her very first friend on MySpace.
Frozen Planet's cameramen Hugh Miller and Doug Anderson have captured the formation of a brinicle for the first time ever. I didn't know what a brinicle was until I saw this video. I just can't believe this can happen.
You might worry about falling off a ladder while decorating your home with lights, but that pales in comparison to what happened to this helicopter in Auckland while installing a Christmas tree. Thankfully, the pilot walked away from the crash.
Facebook and William Shatner—perhaps the two greatest national treasures our society has ever produced, together in one video. Kirk's here to help you through an experience of universal anguish: the moment you realise you've been Facebook-unfriended.
While not quite as imposing as BMW Oracle's USA-17, the Vestas Sailrocket Mk.II is no less impressive. It's aiming to top 65 mph on wind power alone—the water-borne equivalent to going plaid—and break the short-distance world speed sailing record.
Your typical fake cockpit simulator has limited maneuverability, but this high speed robot arm can move in multiple axis at the same time, accurately recreating the feeling of flying including the extreme g-forces that come with it.
Using stop-motion animation and imagery from Google Maps Street View, director Tony Jenkins provides a look at how a lonely desk toy manages to escape his confined world and take a cross country drive to the Pacific coast.
Micaël Reynaud, a French animator, turned photographer Michael Jang's black & white head shot series into a fluid animation that merges different people's faces, mixes other people's features and trips the hell out of you. It looks like a gentle, rippling pond of changing faces.