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Sunday Comics: Just Give Me The Cupcake

Welcome to Kotaku's Sunday Comics, your weekly roundup of the best webcomics. The images enlarge if you click on the magnifying glass icon. Read more...

Raising a glass to @AtwatersBakery

No sooner do I publish Let’s bring the cortado / piccolo to America than I discover it has already arrived at Atwater’s in Baltimore: And here’s how it’s featured on the coffee menu: @Atwaters_Bakery at Belvedere Square Market was already our favorite place to grab a bite in Baltimore. (Here’s a menu.) Could be they […]

The 8 biggest product fails of 2014

Google Glass has become a punchline, while Ello will be remembered as the anti-Facebook revolution that wasn't

Hilary Duff Back For Luca’s Baby Class

Here’s Hilary Duff, taking Luca to his Baby Class in West Hollywood. She flew back out to sunny Cali for the holidays! She’s been in NYC, filming her show ‘Younger.’ RELATED: Hilary Duff rocks her glasses: love them or hate them? Luca’s not missing a beat: he was in New York with his mother, but now […]

Baking Bites for Craftsy: Use Leftover Eggnog in Bread Pudding

I love a glass of eggnog, whether it is homemade or storebought, served straight or spiked with rum, during the holidays. It is one of those seasonal treats that you really only get to enjoy this time of year. If you happen to have leftover eggnog in your refrigerator this weekend, put it to good...

@Home This Weekend: Chalkboard Wine Glasses

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Having company over the holidays? This weekend, avoid party mixups by making some chalkboard wine glasses. Use this great tutorial, provided by jillybeans, and everyone can mark their glass. Now no one will be in danger of Aunt Edna’s germs! Cheers!

Best of wearable tech in 2014: Diabetes drives innovation in smart health

It’s been one hell of a year for the wearable tech industry. We’ve seen the comeback of virtual reality glasses, the emergence of more smartwatches and smartglasses, not to mention the various trackers for health and fitness that come in … Continue reading ?

Flashback Friday: Dog-On Good Cars

From Shorpy: “1924. ‘REO taxicab, San Francisco.’ Why Uber when you can Rover? 6½ x 8½ inch glass negative, originally from the Wyland Stanley collection.”Filed under: Uncategorized Tagged: Flashback Friday

Boxing Day with the Devil

Well that's Christmas over for another 12 months it's time to relax with a tall glass of Egg Nog in your new slippers and indulge in some noise courtesy of the Devil... Boyracer - Boxing Day Racer 100 EP by Boyracer Impulsive HeartsShow More Summary

Thoroughly Modern Maxwell: 1919

San Francisco circa 1919. "Maxwell touring car" is the latest entrant in the Shorpy Festival of Forgotten Phaetons. 5x7 inch glass negative. View full size.

Drones Are To, Inc. (AMZN) As Glass Is To Google Inc (GOOGL), Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN)’s Drone program is much like what Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) is doing with its Glass program, Jon Fortt said in a report on CNBC. Although the opinion of the CNBC host definitely connotes that, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) is doing something advance and may be considered early for its time just like Google Inc […]

Get a Behind-the-Scenes Peek at This Awesome Large-Scale Art Exhibit by Odun Orimolade

We all love wandering around the hottest art exhibition, Champagne glass in hand, but it's not often that we get to see the complex process that goes into creating a large-scale show.... via

Jon Hamm Played Evil Don Draper In the Black Mirror Christmas Special

If you’re reading this, you managed to survive 2014 with your life and sanity mostly intact. Raise a glass for yourself, because, my God, what a horrible year this was. And raise a glass for “White Christmas,” the stunning year-end special of Charlie Brooker’s acclaimed Black Mirror: it plays like... More »

Municipal House in Prague

I stumbled across the Municipal House (Obecní Dům in Czech) as I was walking around Prague. I detected several Art Nouveau elements in the exterior. The wrought iron work and stained glass above the entrance is gorgeous.

The Future Of Wearable Technology Is In The Enterprise (At Least For Now)

The first iteration of Google Glass was a flop with consumers (almost from the beginning), most wearables ultimately go unworn, and even boosters bemoan the state of the current wearable market for consumers. Amid all the gloom there’s one trillion dollar bright-spot for the wearable marketplace. Show More Summary

A Poem For Christmas

“Christmas Card to Grace Hartigan” by Frank O’Hara (1926-1966): There’s no holly, but there is the glass and granite towers and the white stone lions and the pale violet clouds. And the great tree of balls in Rockefeller Plaza is public. Christmas is green and general like all great works of the imagination, swelling from […]

In Conversation With Dame Edna Everage

After more than 60 years in the entertainment business Australian housewife turned entertainment superstar Dame Edna Everage is truly in a category all her own. The mere mention of her mauve locks or bedazzled cat eye glasses, reminds me and many others of when we first encountered Barry Humphries' magical character. Show More Summary

11 Christmas confessions from people who can't wait for Dec. 26

On Dec. 25, when you are four glasses deep on spiked eggnog and contemplating your life choices up to this point, remember that you're not alone Other people just like you will also be soaked in holiday-induced ennui, and the best thing...Show More Summary

Saturn is The Spill-Proof Wine Glass You’ve Been Waiting For

These spill-proof wine glasses could save your tablecloths and carpets this holiday party season.

Awards: Renzo Piano's Hulking Glass Sphere Wins 'Darth Vader Award'

Montage via Architect's Newspaper Italian starchitect Renzo Piano has been fielding criticism all year for his Academy Museum of Motion Pictures project in Los Angeles, which will add a giant glass sphere to an old mall. The latest and greatest...

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