There are two types of people who come to a potluck: those who bring food, and those who bring napkins.
Every once in a while, people will attempt to cross that inviolable boundary and pretend to be something they’re not, putting the entire potluck at risk. Twitter user @coolstoryjanis‘ coworker, clearly a napkin-bringer, recently pretended that they were a “food potlucker” at a company event and well, you can see the consequences for yourself.
Sure, you can probably bang out “Chopsticks” on the piano – but can you do it with your feet?
In this sweet video from dad and YouTuber Viva Frei, his son proudly shows off his “Chopsticks” skills – but with a little help, of course.
There’s never a dull moment with these two.
Microsoft is known for maintaining a fun workplace, from its free candy to its awesome art collection. Its latest perk: treehouses.
Facebook’s Oculus is hoping that VR will catch on in the business world.
The company just announced a new corporate initiative for the Oculus Rift, Oculus for Business, onstage at the Oculus Connect Conference.
The iPhone X doesn’t drop for another agonizingly-long month — if you’re one of the lucky few who snags a pre-order reservation early, that is — but there are some even luckier people out there who already have their hands on Apple’s next-level handset.
A video of one of the brand new smartphones was posted on Reddit, then spotted by MacRumors. The short clip doesn’t show off anything particularly notable like animoji or a Face ID fail — but it…
They’re back with the same mission, and far, far fewer numbers.
A group of white nationalists, led by Richard Spencer (a man who was punched in the face twice on President Trump’s Inauguration Day) marched in Charlottesville, Virginia Saturday night with torches in hand toward the statue of Robert E. Lee.