Dance, Dance, Dance To The Electronica Hipsterfest Of Bugatti [NSFW]

Five dry martinis and Tiga’s Bugatti track on repeat. That’s all I need to work and play today. (NSFW for bare breasts and absurd 1980s hipsterfest overload full of old Macintosh computer, phones, arcades and people in funny clothing.)


The Incredible Unseen Film Archives Of D.A. Pennebaker And Chris Hegedus

D.A. Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus are documentary filmmakers who have recorded 60 years’ worth of memorable folks in some of history’s most culturally significant moments. Reels upon reels of their footage, heaps of which hasn’t been seen in decades, is stored in a Cold War-era limestone mine.


Soundtrack Of A LucasArts Childhood: Sam & Max Hit The Road

GOG (formerly known as Good Old Games) have signed a deal with LucasArts to re-release some of our favourite video games of the 1990s. Sam & Max Hit the Road is on the short list with others of that genre and period presumable slated for future release — like Day of the Tentacle and Full Throttle. The background music of these games were in a way the soundtrack of my childhood. And I can’t get enough. No matter how cheesy it might be out of context.


UK's New Weather Supercomputer Could Predict Rain In Your Street

The UK’s Met Office has just announced that it’s taking delivery of a new $150 million supercomputer — one that will be able to predict the weather accurately enough to know what it will be like on the very road you live on.


Watching This Guy Joggling Light Balls Inside A Cone Puts Me In Trance

Video: Greg Kennedy is an award-winning juggler and former Cirque du Soleil member capable of juggling with almost any object. But watching him doing it with nine light balls inside a cone really impressed me. The light and the sound repetitive patterns put me immediately into a state of trance.


Monster Machines: Say Hello To America's Newest Attack Sub

After five years of construction, the newest submarine in the US fleet is ready to set sail. But this Virginia-class sub is not like the others — it’s far more deadly and way less expensive to operate.


These Pictures Of Sushi Floating In The Space Are Truly Awesome

If someone thinks that by mixing awesome with awesome the result is going to be something different than pure awesome, he should check Space Sushi out: A bizarre Twitter account (and Tumblr) devoted to pictures of sushi floating in the space. Is there anything more awesome than that?


This Typographic Climbing Wall Stretches The Length Of A Beach

There’s no forgetting where you are when you visit this climbing wall — because the place name is spelt out in giant letter along its 40m length.


Citi Bike Is Finally Being Treated Like Public Transport

After months of troubles reported by New York City’s bikeshare, it seems that Citi Bike has finally charted a path towards success. It’s going to be more expensive, but will offer improved service and more bikes. But here’s the change that will make all the difference: Citi Bike will get a new leader — one who used to run the city’s transit authority.


These Ski Goggles Change Colour To Adapt To Conditions Around You

The weather and lighting conditions on a snow-covered mountain can change in a heartbeat. But instead of carrying around a small collection of swappable tinted goggle lenses to match the conditions, UVEX’s new Snowstrike VT goggles employ a thin LCD in the lens that can instantly switch between clear, red, blue and violet tints.


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