It's Friday. The day we sift through our twitter feeds and email threads and share with you the bits that struck our fancy, hit our funny bone and punched us in the heart. Ooof.
Temporary tattoos. From the Craker Jack's box to the science lab.
Some people like to spend time alone. You know, by themselves, without other people around. And they seem happy. For those who think that sounds like the worst time ever, here's a delightfully instructive video on how to be alone.
You might want to die when you fail, but it probably won't kill you. Here's 9 reasons why.
This has been making the rounds all week, but in cased you haven't seen it: Where Children Sleep (also, don't mess with the camo-kid).
Since the dawn of comics, gender representation has been a bit of an …issue. Check out this fantastic visualization of one part of the problem.
Does Shadow Cities really represent the future of (augmented reality) gaming?
The state of television experience.
Ray Anderson, founder of Interface, the world's largest modular and sustainable carpets, started in 1973, passed away this week. He changed his business model and found a way to sustainable manufacture, design and lessen the company's footprint.
Shackleton's whiskey analyzed, replicated, released. No word yet on when the “Endurance” ride opens at Six Flags.