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This Is What A Car Tire Sees While It’s Driving [Video]

One of the things that I really love about the age we live in, is that we can now use technology such as the GoPro camera to answer questions we would have previously never thought to ask. One of those questions — What does a car tire see as it drives along the road/highway? One Vimeo user followed this question through till the end by affixing a GoPro to his tire. The result is one of the cooler things you’ll see this week. It’s only about two and a half minutes of your life, but the visual is fascinating from Read More

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Soto Pocket Torch Heats Things Up With A Disposable Lighter

If you ever found yourself out-and-about and in need of a torch, but the one you own is at home, then the Soto Pocket Torch is for you. I don’t know how the geniuses managed it, but they’ve taken a device that allows you to insert a disposable rectangular pocket lighter and use that as your major heat source. From there, the Soto takes over and produces flames up to 2,300 degrees Fahrenheit. Hot, hot, hot. Designed for use below 5,000 feet in elevation, the Soto Pocket Torch is perfect for lighting stoves and starting campfires. It can also be used Read More

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Mad Max: Fury Road Trailer Is Finally Here!

Mad Max: Fury Road is coming in 2015, which in itself is exciting enough; but then, creator George Miller had to go off and release the trailer during San Diego Comic-Con. Now all of us Max marks are salivating for what we’re about to see. From the looks of things, Max is up against a pretty fearsome and advanced gang of marauders. Charlize Theron also makes an appearance, and the normally beautiful actress is looking down, dirty, and right at home in this universe. On a personal note, I cannot tell you how thrilled I am with this. For me, Read More

Take The Desktop Golf Challenge, And Clear Your Head

New to Kickstarter, the Desktop Golf Challenge is an interesting game that requires no batteries, only skill. It works pretty simple in theory, but mastering it is anything but. If you remember how to play the old desktop Labyrinth game, then you’ll get the gist of this right away. Use the precision controls and balance to steer clear of the big holes and rest your ball in the smaller one. The game itself has nine holes with trees and everything. For every big hole you accidentally land in, add a stroke. If you need a more moderate difficulty setting, there Read More

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Bunch O Balloons: For The Next Time You Need To Win A Water War

Bunch O Balloons is a great way to stack the water balloon fight deck in your favor. The product, now available through Kickstarter, markets itself as a method of quickly getting the show on the road by filling up a bunch of water balloons at once and then allowing everyone a fair arsenal. We all know, however, that that isn’t the way you use it. You buy one just for yourself and then challenge others to a water balloon fight. While they’re busy filling and tying each one by hand, you can just attach your arsenal to a water hose, Read More

‘Evil Dead’ TV Series On The Way: Sam Raimi, Bruce Campbell ‘Involved’

If you think Ash is one of the 10 best movie heroes to ever live — like we do — then you’re going to dig the little tidbit Sam Raimi dropped today at the Screen Gems panel at San Diego Comic-Con. According to Raimi, he is writing a pilot of Evil Dead for television, and Bruce Campbell will be involved. In what sense, we still don’t know, but considering the way that the remake ended, we’re hopeful for more Ash time in the near future. While an Evil Dead TV series could go in another direction, Raimi and Campbell’s actions Read More

Crappy Children’s Art By, Who Else, Maddox!

On the Internet, there are three types of people: those who try to be funny, those who occasionally are funny, and Maddox. Since 1996, he’s been writing hilarious essays over at, and has even published a book entitled The Alphabet of Manliness that is, quite frankly, must-read material for anyone who claims to be of the male gender. Now he’s back with an expanded version of one of his funniest bits — Crappy Children’s Art. Maddox is the first and best guy in the world to ever dare grade children’s art work, and he is one harsh critic. Nevertheless, Read More

The Death Of Superman Lives: What Happened? Trailer

Nic Cage as Superman? Chris Rock as Jimmy Olsen? Brainiac as the villain? A regenerative supersuit? How did this movie not get made? That’s what Jon Schnepp’s new documentary The Death of Superman Lives: What Happened? hopes to answer. Featuring interviews with Tim Burton and a number of people who worked on the production, and even including rare footage of Cage as Superman, this is must-see programming. We’ve told you about it before, back in its Kickstarter days, but Schnepp has done a lot of development since then, and now has a trailer ready for us. The team is still Read More