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This is what the frozen surface of a lake looks like as it pushes against shore on Medicine Lake, Minnesota. Footage credit goes to KARE 11 TV.
Israeli fashion photographer Dimitriy Reinshtein began working on this insect macro-photography project after having a daydream about bugs wearing hats and clothes. How does he do it? According to Co.Design, Reinshtein brings each model into his studio, places a single droplet of water on its head and photograph it with a high-calibre macro lens.
Redditor and Futurama fan hatchetthrower recently attempted to recreate the fictional drink Bendërbr?u, knowing not much more than it's a dark-colored steam beer. He documented his process on the Homebrew subreddit, using a recipe calling for chocolate malt and 2112 California lager yeast, in homage to Fry's favorite band Rush.
It appears that the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protect Act (CISPA) will not be making its way to President Obama's Oval Office anytime soon. Despite the passing of the bill in the House last week, CISPA has been once again rejected and shelved by the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation due to privacy concerns. Show More Summary
Japanese bored-at-school girls strike again! Could this "locker climbing" optical illusion become the next Hadokening? For comparison, look at this photo from a different angle.
Ben Franklin's $100 bill is getting a makeover this coming October with some brand new security features to help deter counterfeiters, including a 3D security ribbon that is woven into the paper with animated and color-shifting watermarks. Show More Summary
President Barack Obama has concocted a fail-proof plan to prevent his daughters from getting tattoos. In a recent interview with the Today Show, Obama suggested that if either Malia or Sasha tattooed themselves one day, he and FirstShow More Summary
Need a screening tool for signs of Churnalism? Head over to the Sunlight Foundation's newly launched plagiarism checker app that can run any piece of text against its extensive database of U.S. press releases, RSS feeds and Wikipedia entries for possible overlaps.
Are your eyes being racist? Or do these women actually look eerily similar? This surreal GIF compilation showing all of 20 contestants for this year's Miss Korea beauty pageant has gone viral on Reddit, mostly for their remarkably similar facial features. Show More Summary
UK resident Tony Alleyne calls himself a "24th Century Interior Designer" and he has indeed earned that title. In 1996, he challenged himself to build an exact replica of the transporter console from Star Trek: The Next Generation. Over...Show More Summary
Love may be blind, but it's not deaf. For those of you who constantly live in fear of others hearing your gross bodily noises in the bathroom, a mobile app has finally been made to sooth your troubled hearts. Developed and released by...Show More Summary
This may be the most expensive penis graffiti in the history of humanity. NASA's twin exploration rovers Spirit and Opportunity accidentally drew what appears to be a large phallus during their 10km-plus exploration on the surface of Mars. Show More Summary
In this eleventh-hour edition of Harlem Shake from Germany, a young man accidentally stumbles backward into a bonfire while trying out the viral dance craze. Luckily enough, the guy only suffered "a few blisters" from the fall, according to the original uploader.
Barbecue season is quickly approaching. What will you do this summer when you want to text or snap a photo while your hands are covered in sauce from a so-called finger food? Trongs are here to solve your problems. So-called "chopsticks on steroids," they're perfect for your next get together or for keeping your keyboard cheese-dust free during your next night blogging session.
You've probably never heard of these Coachella-goers' favorite bands, because they are too obscure to even exist! In the latest segment of Jimmy Kimmel's "Lie Witness News," concert-goers at this year's Coachella music festival are caught...Show More Summary
As a sign of respect for victims of last week's Boston marathon bombing, Nike has removed t-shirts with the words "Boston Massacre" screen printed on the front. The shirts were actually created a few years ago for New York Yankees fans to celebrate their sweeping victories over the Boston Red Sox in 1978 and 2006. Show More Summary
Similar to the James Holmes fandom that emerged after the Aurora Theater shooting in July 2012, sympathy for the Boston Marathon Bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is spreading on social networking sites. On Facebook, there are discussions...Show More Summary
With Samsung's latest smartphone Galaxy Note S4 only days away from release, South Korean wireless service providers are competing to drive new contract sign-ups with a very enticing offer known as "Minus Phones": a free smartphone and instant cash back. Show More Summary
Check out this meta-parody movie trailer for Home Without, Marleqta, a seriously serious indie film co-directed by "two guys who just attended the SXSW film festival" and made for this week's Film Fight challenge "Worst. Trailer. Ever."
Following last Friday's viral takeoff of a hostile e-mail sent by one of the University of Maryland Delta Gamma sorority members, who threatened sisters with violent repercussions for being "boring" and "awkward," celebrities are jumping...Show More Summary