Neat Chart Will Help You Understand The Vast Universe Of Women's Footwear

I really like women shoes, not only for the reasons you are thinking (that too) but because I think they can be beautiful design pieces. This neat chart — by infographic design studio Pop Chart Lab — brakes down the contemporary footwear styles so we can understand and appreciate the nuances of such a vast world.


If You Need A Nightmare Tonight, Watch This Parasite Escaping Its Host

A living praying mantis, a glass of liquid (probably water), a horsehair worm escaping out of it. This is not the first time I have seen this — although the mantis was dead then — but that doesn’t make this video any less disgusting and terrifying, yet so fascinating that I had to watch it all.


Let This Crack Designer Turn Your Address Into A Logo And Stamp

For better or worse, almost every form of correspondence in our lives has migrated onto the internet. Except for one: Thank you notes. And since you’re about to have many of those notes to write, consider stepping up your game with a sweet personalised address stamp.


First Drone Launches At FAA Test Site In Nevada, Crashes Immediately

Friday was a big day at the drone testing facility in Boulder City, Nevada. It was the day that the first drone authorised to fly without FAA approval would take to the air. The bright orange unmanned aircraft, Magpie, did just that — and then it crashed to the ground in an embarrassing cloud of dust two seconds later.


A True Survival Story About A Crazy Fishing Trip Gone Wrong

Red Bull is animating crazy surfer stories and this one from surfer Dean ‘Dingo’ Morrison is a doozy. It starts when he decides to buy a boat to try and catch the biggest fish he can. But him and his friends get too drunk and capsize the boat and end up swimming from island to island in search of rescue.


How Aeroplanes Are Made

Building a commercial aeroplane is a monumental task. It takes around 4,000 really smart engineers over 7 years of planning to make one of those flying tubes with countless experts testing and re-testing each individual part (and there are 2.65 million parts in an Airbus A350). This video shows you how they make one.


Leaked Sony IT Evaluations: 'There Is No Overall Strategy'

We already knew that, mere months before hackers attacked Sony, the company’s execs were aware of extensive issues plaguing its IT department. Now, leaked 2012 evaluations from Sony IT employees shed light on a department full of internal strife, lacking the necessary tools to do its job.


Gift Guide: 11 Lumbersexual Gifts For The Nostalgic Outdoorsman

Many new things suddenly look old again. Especially outdoors, where many brands have been resurrecting the simple designs and bold colours of the 1970s and 1980s and applied them to modern technology. Here’s 11 gifts that look old, but work like new.


Nothing Says Summer More Than This Giant Slip 'N Slide On A City Street

Video: Now this is how you enjoy summer. You go to San Francisco, you lay out blue tarp on a city street, you bust open a fire hydrant and you create one of the biggest Slip ‘n Slides ever. Oh and you ride that thing down while screaming out of your mind. It’s absolutely perfect for a sunny summer day.


Australian Pizza World Champion Made This 99-Cheese Pizza, And It Tastes Fantastic

Check out the gorgeous images that photographer Steve Scalone took of my latest object of desire, a 99-cheese pizza created by pizza world champion Johnny di Francesco, of Melbourne’s famed 400 Gradi. A pizza that The Guardian says tastes fantastic.