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Cool Boat Thing: That floating beach may never become...

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That floating beach may never become a reality, but hey! here's a floating library instead. Books are not nearly as wild as beach on a barge, this is actually real, and it sounds pretty fun. "The main deck will be...

4 Things I Learned About Homebuilding from Naked and Afraid

It's the ultimate DIY, survival-style. The wildly popular reality show Naked and Afraid throws two strangers (without clothes) into the wildnerness for three weeks to see if they can come up with their own food, water and shelter. Being...Show More Summary

Eater Inside : Carnitas' Snack Shack Unwraps North County Porkhouse

If anything's a sure thing in San Diego, it would probably be another outpost of the wildly popular Carnitas' Snack Shack, which unveils its second location of its porkhouse this Thursday at...

Want to watch 35 minutes of gameplay from The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt?

With gamescom now behind us, you'd figure that CD Projekt RED would keep a tight lid on all things related to The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. But apparently not, as it would seem. A week after the show, the developers decided to unveil an extended look at their game for all to see. Show More Summary

The Blue Jays started losing at the wrong time

Losing is never a good thing, but Toronto picked the wrong moment to slip in the standings. Just 12 days ago, the Toronto Blue Jays were in possession of one of the American League's two wild card spots. As of Monday, though, they're...Show More Summary

College Football Playoff 2014: Early Predictions After AP Preseason Poll Release

The hunger for a new season of college football hits a boiling point this time of year when the Associated Press preseason poll goes out to the public, but things are even more wild this year in particular thanks to the inaugural college football playoff. Of course, the poll is controversial in some ways. Show More Summary

Wild ‘Star Wars Episode VII’ Han Solo Rumors Fly Online

There aren’t many things everyone agrees on when it comes to J.J. Abrams‘ Star Wars Episode VII. One of those, however, is that Han Solo is the star of the film. Exactly how Harrison Ford‘s iconic scoundrel plays into the story is much more murky, though. Show More Summary

West Maroon Valley Wild Flowers

I promised two things in a previous post. One was the incomplete sketch I did of Crater lake and West Maroon Valley (not far from Aspen) that I started before the downpour began, last weekend. It is on the left (click to enlarge.) The...Show More Summary

New 'World of Warcraft' Cinematic Trailer Is a Thing of Beauty

Blizzard, a video game company known for its wildly popular World of Warcraft MMORPG as well as Starcraft and Diablo series, is also renowned for its wonderfully crafted CGI trailers which accompany the games Now, Blizzard has launched...Show More Summary

THP Entry: A 433MHz Packet Cloner

The first generation of The Internet Of Things™ and Home Automation devices are out in the wild, and if there’s one question we can ask it’s, “why hasn’t anyone built a simple cracking device for them”. Never fear, because [texane] has...Show More Summary

DAVID BARON, CALL YOUR OFFICE: Where the wild things are: Big beasts return to Europe: It’s a feel…

DAVID BARON, CALL YOUR OFFICE: Where the wild things are: Big beasts return to Europe: It’s a feel-good conservation story but can Europe’s human inhabitants really coexist peacefully with wolves, bears and lynx? No. Next question?

The second wild card is the best/worst thing about the 2014 season

The American League and National League are providing excellent counterpoints in the argument about the second wild card. The second wild card is a godsend/disgrace, and we come to praise/bury it. I'm not a traditionalist. I'm all for instant replay and protecting catchers, and interleague play secretly delights me. Show More Summary

9 Wild And Crazy Things Richard Branson Has Done For His Companies

Richard Branson may be the most exciting, daredevil entrepreneur the world has ever seen. And he's gone to some amazing lengths to bring attention to his companies and causes over the years - doing things most of us would never consider. Produced By Matt Johnston. Follow BI Video: On YouTube Join the conversation about this story »

7 Most Painfully Awkward Movie Sex Scenes Of All Time (VIDEO)?

Post by Ericka Sóuter. Some big screen sex scenes leave you seriously hot and bothered. Among the most memorable have to be that wet-n- wild menage a trois in Wild Things and those sensuous romps in Unfaithful. Though, not all steamy scripts are created equal. Show More Summary

Suicide Squad Attacks in 2 'Batman: Assault on Arkham' Clips

Captain Boomerang challenges his Suicide Squad colleague Deadshot to a game of darts before things get wildly out of control in 'Batman: Assault on Arkham'. [...]

Five things Android Wear needs more of to really take off

Android Wear-powered watches have made their way into the wild, but the wider public of consumers seems to have taken little notice. Join Gizmag, as we list five things that the Android Wear ecosystem could use a bit more of to really...Show More Summary

These Twisted Children's Books Are For Adults Only (EXCERPT)

Reprinted with permission from Dirty Library © 2014 Mary Dauterman and Peter Antosh, Running Press, a member of the Perseus Books Group. Where the Girls Gone Wild Things Are Set sail to an island full of your most feral fantasies, where getting wild has never been more fun, exotic, or topless. Show More Summary

Retronaut and Its Vast Portfolio of Historical Photos Moves to Mashable

At Mashable, it’s been our abiding passion to be on top of the next new thing Today, we’re announcing a step back into the past. Chris Wild, the creator of, an inventive window into the wonders of historical pictures, is joining our editorial team. Show More Summary

Who Grows Our Food: Wild Blueberries, Honeybees And Wyman's Of Maine

Who Grows Our Food is an occasional Meatless Monday series taking a close look at some of the people, so often unsung, who give us the food on our plates. "Sustainability isn't a thing, it's a way of thinking," says Ed Flanagan. "When you're a company, you have to adopt it as a mission. Show More Summary

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