Archive: July 2013

Online alarm clock. Designed to wake you up. Straight-forward, no bells and whistles, but wait there are five choices in alarm sounds: military trumpet, classic clock, cockerel, electronic, slayer guitar. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

Afterglow. This is a crazy photo. [via: Sandra McCabe] TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

Chinese man with extreme healing powers of chi. If you discount the reality of chi, this video ought to give you pause. A healer in Java known only as “DJ” demonstrates extraordinary powers in generating chi in his own body and directing it to others for healing. See what this energy does to a crumpled […]

Autonomous robots self-assemble and take flight as one. Watch the videos and you’ll see, yep, that these little flight modules stick themselves together to form units that do actually fly. It’s called a Distributed Flight Array and creators say it has no practical value and is mainly a teaching tool. Hah! It’s not difficult to […]

If you like the sound of rain and you’re not a rainmaker (joke), try this site for rain, rain with thunderstorm, rain with serious thunderstorm, rain with a timer in the morning, rain with a timer at night. The thunderstorms seem to be in the distance, but maybe if you listen long enough, or live […]

In six words, a story told? Notice that if not a story I opened with a six-word query. If you haven’t got time for War and Peace, or the newspaper, try spending 3 seconds on each of these. From the wry “Two wives, one funeral, no tears.” to the sad “21 shots. 60 minutes. Never […]

Learn the basics of chakras. If you don’t know what chakras are you can learn that here, too. Nice explanations. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

The font that should not be on your resume—and other tips for job seekers. Resumes ain’t what they used to be. Take a look at this infographic and your resume will be all creative and sparkly like resumes never were before. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

Hypnotic bacteria cities provide lens into trippy, hidden universes, at least that’s what Huffpost says. Apparently bacteria has an artistic sense. Take a peek and you’ll never look at bacteria the same way again. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

I love to see magic tricks performed but if somebody shows me how to do the trick I am sorry that the illusion was shattered. If you like to see how magic tricks are done this is the site for you. Cut and restored dollars bills, card through the window, coin tricks, levitation tricks, and […]