This nighttime flyover of Earth has a handy informative commentary so you know what you're looking at, which makes it that much cooler.
A company looking to mine precious metals from asteroids needs interns to help them out with lots of things, such how exactly the heck to do that.
Yosemite National Park is 122 years old today, but it still looks pretty good.
This Starbucks doesn't want to be like other Starbuckses. It's different. It's cool. It dresses better. It listens to better music. And it's totally into locally sourced materials.
These underwater houses are built for fish, eels, and crustaceans. We can't wait for The Real World: 25 Feet Underwater in Cancun.
Because IKEA is so fricking ubiquitous, this is actually a big deal.
Does just what it says on the tin.
Instead of “one fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish,” we will now have “three-quarters fish and 1.5 fish, red fish, blue fish,” which just doesn't have the same ring to it.
Tiny dumpsters. For your desk. Or for neat storage of lots of stuff. Like magazines, and pens, and the scrolled-up, wax-sealed account of your first experience holding the tiny dumpster.
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