The alt R&B vocalist wrangles control from one of the most chaotic elements of life.
No one has as much fun making crazy inventions or real life versions of weapons from pop culture we dream about than Colin Furze. Here he is making the grappling hook rope launcher from the video game Assassin’s Creed. It’s part of his series in trying to make a real life version of the Hidden Blade. Seeing the rope fire off is pretty damn cool. More »
Apple, in a statement to TechCrunch on the allegations that Samsung-made A9s get worse battery life than TSMC-made ones: Certain manufactured lab tests which run the processors with a continuous heavy workload until the battery depletes...Show More Summary
Apple’s latest iPhone has shipped with two slightly different versions of the A9 processor, one made by Samsung, and one by TSMC. Some people have reported a difference in battery life depending on the chip inside, but Apple disagrees. Read more...
There's nothing like a nice glass of wine at the end of a long day. And then maybe another. For the people in your life who enjoy putting back a few, we've rounded up gifts they will love. No one will judge you if you gift yourself some of these awesome items, too.
Cue that awkward point in your life when most of your friends have had their first loves by 18 and you still have yet to find one person you're interested in. For the ladies who can relate, you weren't single because you couldn't snag someone; you were simply holding out for someone better, someone you could really connect with. Show More Summary
At one time or another, we all get stuck in a rut. Perhaps it's an unfulfilling job or relationship. When you realize you are in a rut, what can you do? How can you get unstuck? To read the post, click >> Getting Unstuck from the Rut in Your Life
It’s day one of New York Comic Con, and shit’s already getting weird. There were three of them. I am scared for my life. Read more...
If you and your partner prefer playing video games to long walks on the beach, this set of life meter pins is a far more appropriate way to show how much you care about each other. Because the closer you and the pins get, the more of the life-giving health hearts light up. Read more...
Jet.com has dropped its $50 per year membership fee. This has analysts and observers scrambling to try and figure out exactly what its new business model will be. For some reason, no one is considering the notion that the company might actually be on to something with its pricing strategies.
If you’re like me, you’re looking longingly at the Surface Book. I know I want one but, frankly, I’m a little dubious about the Surface Book battery life figure of 12 hours promised during the Tuesday presentation. I plan on doing some...Show More Summary
Experienced agents are typically more successful than green ones -- because they make decisions based on countless life and career lessons they've already learned. In real estate, these lessons are plentiful if you seek out that knowledge, and you don't have to go through the pain of learning them all yourself, but a lot of agents still insist on learning the hard way...
When Hurricane Isaac swept through Louisiana in 2012, one baby squirrel was knocked out of her nest and into a new life. Jill the squirrel was rescued during the hurricane and nursed back to health by a friendly human. Now Jill lives a domestic life with her human, a dog and a black cat. Show More Summary
Choosing a location for a business office, warehouse, or retail space is one of the most critical decisions an entrepreneur will face early in a company's life cycle. That's because signing a lease or purchasing a building surrenders...Show More Summary
Magnetic poetry tiles, just begging to be recombined. (Photo: Steve Johnson/Flickr) Dave Kapell, the inventor of Magnetic Poetry, never meant to be a businessman. He was thrust into what became his life's work by one well-timed sneeze. In the late 1990s, you couldn't hunt for a snack in an American home without coming across a magnetic poem or two. Show More Summary
Bengali poet Rabindranath Tagore understood the desire for a peaceful death. One verse of his 1919 poem "Stray Birds" reads: "Let life be beautiful like summer flowers and death like autumn leaves." What constitutes a peaceful death can...Show More Summary
vis SixColors: (seriously, subscribe to their RSS feed) On day one of the conference, I just used my iPhone normally, until at some point in the early evening when it popped up a warning that only 20 percent of its battery life remained. This warning (and another one at 10 percent) have been in iOS […] ?
Photo by Outdoor Life Online Editor As the weather cools and we get outside more for hunting, hiking and camping, we need to stay keenly aware of one of the biggest threats to outdoor enthusiasts: hypothermia. This is a commonly occurring medical condition that involves the body’s core temperature dropping below 95 F. Show More Summary
For most, life is all about striking a balance between what one needs and what one wants, although the boundary separating the two can definitely become blurrier depending on the context. Although making the correct decision is ambiguous, there is no doubt everything is mostly within the control of the individual. Show More Summary
Tejal V. Patel, Mindfulness Coach, Author and Meditation teacher What can red leaves in August teach you? A sign of a great teacher is one that gently suggests you in the direction of your answer but never outrightly tells you what to...Show More Summary