Following the sensation that was “Too Many Cooks,” Adult Swim is back at it with another one of their so-called “infomercials.”
This installment, titled simply “Unedited Footage of a Bear” is something of a horror-parody of YouTube inanity, video ads and — we’re just throwing ideas out here — the pharmaceutical industry.
If you are not looking to be disturbed, you may want to avoid watching past the two minute mark on this one, as the video morphs…
Given energy concerns these days, most homes are now designed to take advantage of passive solar heating concepts. Solar thermal is a big part of this process.
How Thermal Mass Works In Your Home
Getting a little free heating can go a long way on your utility bill, particularly over the life of a structure. Passive solar heating is the methodology used to achieve this goal. It is a process wherein a home is built or upgraded in such a way as to catch and contain as much of the sunlight in…
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Between stuffing your face for Thanksgiving and shopping up a storm on Black Friday, you may have overlooked some of this week’s best new apps.
Luckily, each weekend, we round up our favorite new and updated apps, so you won’t miss out.
This week’s list includes a beautifully designed app to help you find Amazon’s most memorable products, an app for on-demand Sesame Street videos, a creepy video series Dark Hearts and a Frogger…
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In the red corner, the Dark Lord of the Sith
In the blue corner, the Dark Knight of Gotham
Ladies and gentlemen, place your bets.
It’s a question as old as action figures: Who would win in a fight between Darth Vader and Batman? Sure, Bats has a utility belt full of high-tech gear, a keen mind that always seems to be three steps ahead of the competition, and a way with a light saber. But surely all that know-how proves insignificant…
It’s a tradition as old as time, or at least Twitter, itself — Jimmy Kimmel subjects celebrities to read through the sludge tweeted about them.
Luckily for Kimmel, we’ll never stop having rude, insensitive things to say about the rich and famous. And luckily for us, having celebrities read those comments will never not be funny.
The eighth installment of the segment features Chris Pratt (who has anything bad to say about him?), John Stamos, Gwyneth Paltrow and Britney Spears, among…
Artist Nuri Durr is giving Hey Arnold! a revival — with Nickelodeon’s blessing or not
Back in 2000, Craig Bartlett wrote a pilot script with Michelle Lamoreaux called The Patakis, a spin-off of the beloved Nickelodeon series Hey Arnold!, which found the characters in their hormonal teenage years navigating life in New York City
Nickelodeon ultimately passed on the pilot, deeming the material “too dark” for its intended audience.
Most are familiar with Bob Ross as the impossibly chill painter who can tranquilize anyone with his soothing voice and methodic strokes
But he’s only able to achieve this because he has stress outlets. Like, for example, cleaning his brushes
In a supercut uploaded by YouTuber paavi2005, we get a collection of moments in which Ross takes out his hostilities and frustrations while cleaning his brush
He even refers to the brush-cleaning process as “beating out the devil” in one moment
Christopher Nolan’s new film, Interstellar, has already gobbled up $17 million at the box office, and is expected to gross over $50 million this weekend.
Interstellar, which follows a group of astronauts who go through a wormhole in an attempt to find a new habitable planet to save mankind, is playing in no less than six different formats at theaters across the United States
Reviews of the film (check out Mashable‘s review,…
A global coordinated police operation has shut down more than 400 hidden sites used to market illicit drugs and other products, resulting in 17 arrests.
The arrest on Thursday of Blake Benthall, the alleged operator of the online drug bazaar Slik Road 2.0, was just the beginning of a global effort called “Operation Onymous.”
Authorities announced on Friday that they have taken down more than 400 websites hosted on…
LONDON — Britons are known for talking at great length about the weather—sometimes even obsessing about it—and soon they’ll have a lot more to chat about with the advent of more detailed weather forecasts courtesy of a computer equipped with more processing power than 100,000 Playstations combined.
Britain’s Met Office has been given the green light to build a