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How To Use The Internet To Get (And Stay) In Shape

Even if you can’t afford a swanky gym membership but can’t stand packing in among the masses at 24 Hour Fitness, you’ve got no excuse for letting your body go to pot over the winter. With these websites at your disposal and a bit of sweat equity, you’ll be ready for beach season.


How Close Are We To Real-Life Tractor Beams And Sonic Screwdrivers?

Last May, researchers from the University of Dundee in Scotland proved that creating a tractor beam with sound was possible. This 10-minute video, recently posted by YouTube user whentheappledrops tries to simplify the science behind this discovery and suss out a definitive answer to the question: is this really possible?


Destiny Honest Trailer Targets The Lack Of Story, Repetitive Gameplay, And Peter Dinklage

Destiny is great fun, don’t get me wrong. But it’s rather simple fun, whether you’re a casual mostly single-player gamer like myself or whether you like to team up with friends and tackle larger missions. It just needs a bit more going on in its world, and a bit more back-story going on in the actual game instead of on Bungie’s website. In this video, Honest Game Trailers on YouTube has a friendly dig at the current state of 2014′s biggest gaming “eh”.


Hacker Controls This Rave-Approved LED Suit With An NES Power Glove

The Power Glove was the quirkiest little peripheral ever devised for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Although if found only limited use on that platform, modern day tinkers with access to cheap and simple microcontrollers can now turn these 25-year-old video game artifacts into futuristic wearables.


17 Glorious Minutes Of The Ferrari F40

Cars these days are safe. They can still be very fast, but they’re also constrained by stringent crash regulations and emissions regulations and pedestrian safety standards. In the late ’80s and early ’90s, most of those restrictions weren’t in place. That’s why the world was blessed with vehicles like the Ferrari F40.


India Can Now Download YouTube Videos. Why Can't We?

In the next few weeks, YouTube users in India will be able to save videos offline and watch them anywhere, any time, without a data connection.


This YouTube Mashup Confirms That Music Is Better When Played Together

Musician and YouTuber Kutiman is a mashup master of sorts. However, he doesn’t deal with the common music fodder that most Frankenstein-type musicians use. Instead of stitching together popular verses and choruses from mainstream music, Kutiman pulls from an entirely different source — amateur YouTube videos.


La Blogothèque Is The Best Way To Watch Music On The Internet

For eight years, La Blogothèque has been creating the best way to watch music on YouTube. Its Take Away Shows follow independent and mainstream artists around various French locales and capture what they do best: make music. This week, Jack White reminded us why this series is so amazing.


Fan Funding Lets You Directly Donate To Your Favourite YouTube Stars In Australia

Very, very few YouTube video creators make any real money off of those pre-roll ads, but that might soon change. Google has launched Fan Funding in Australia, a new way to tip your favourite YouTube stars directly from the video.


Watch This Guy Desperately Try To Save His Dying, Water-Bound Drone

Keeping your gadgets charged is important. More and more our very lives are stored on our smartphones. If they die, we’re cut off our friends, work email, and Reddit. There’s also the nightmare of realising your drone’s battery is dying while it’s 50-feet above a body of water.


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