Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Record Making

Domino Tower Fail!

COLORS OF NEWYORK

Ice Cream Melting

IT'S HUGE! Giant Black Slug!

Made in Australia | Nick Taransky - Bamboo Fishing Rods

Lost in Light

6 Awesome BBQ Hacks!

Load straps break spilling thousands tons of cargo into the sea

In Japan Moving is More of an Art

Moral Machine

From self-driving cars on public roads to self-piloting reusable rockets landing on self-sailing ships, machine intelligence is supporting or entirely taking over ever more complex human activities at an ever increasing pace. The greater autonomy given machine intelligence in these roles can result in situations where they have to make autonomous choices involving human life and limb. This calls for not just a clearer understanding of how humans make such choices, but also a clearer understanding of how humans perceive machine intelligence making such choices.

Sunday, August 14, 2016

Wednesday, August 03, 2016

Star Size

Holy Mother of Zooming: AKA "Your Zoom Lens SUCKS!"

Dancing In 80's Movies Tribute

StoolAnalyzer

Throughout your life you will likely experience many types of stool. The shape, color, size, frequency and behavior of your stool is a fantastic indicator of your diet and overall health. This program is designed to help you analyze your feces and change your diet so that you can achieve the "perfect stool".

Crazy (allegedly) Japanese Inventions

Great Ball Contraption

The Last Hurrah for Plane Spotters at Kai Tak Hong Kong Airport Airplanes

Rare Kai Tak Hong Kong Approaches and Landings

Man sneaks into Fukushima's Red Exclusion Zone

Shows a town untouched since March 2011 that has never been seen by the public.

20,000 Watt Light Bulb Test

The best emulators for old-school gaming

As the battle for superiority between console gamers and PC gamers continues, the world of emulators serves as bridge between communities. These software superheroes renounce the need for collecting lots of expensive hardware—unless you’ve built yourself a killer battlestation. With the help of emulators, players can enjoy playing a variety of different consoles from the comfort of their computer screens.

Seventy Years of Los Angeles, Then and Now

One Year on Earth – Seen From 1 Million Miles

Healthy Habits of Fit and Active People That Are Easy to Adopt

Courtesy of: Pounds to Pocket

After 100 years World War I battlefields are poisoned and uninhabitable

No war in recent memory can compare to the meat grinder of World War I. Europe still bears the scars of the war, even almost a century later. The gruesome and terrifying type of warfare typical of the Great War had a lasting impact on those who witnessed and experienced it. It also created such carnage on the land where it was fought that some of those areas are still uninhabitable to this day.

This Is What It's Like to Live on the World's Steepest Street

Tucked away in southeast New Zealand is Dunedin, a small town with one big claim to fame: It's home to the steepest street in the world. Baldwin Street is 1,150 feet long and has a slope of 19 degrees. On paper, that might not sound like much, but walking up this road is guaranteed to leave you out of breath—and make for a pretty neat photo op.

Political Ads... Really?