A couple of weeks ago, I had to lay my eight year old iMac to rest. After years of faithful service, it had finally died beyond repair. I do not like shopping for new computers, nor do I like spending money on them. To me, buying a new computer is as exciting as buying a new dryer.
At 843 acres, New York City’s Central Park is one of the largest inner-city parks in the world. It’s so big, it’s not uncommon for people to get turned around and confused as they walk through it. Fortunately, there’s a hidden navigation method.
Whether you’re an educator, or just have an interest in paleobiology as a hobby, this interactive fossil finding tool is incredible.
Chrome: If you have coworkers who love to chat you up for hours on end, then you might appreciate NOPE, a Chrome extension that calls you the second you trigger it.
If you’re looking for a way to shoot down snooping drones in the near dystopian future, or just want to pretend to be Batman, this fun DIY build is for you.
The portable color TV is a classic ‘90s gadget, but they’re pretty pointless nowadays. Regardless, YouTuber David Watts decided to stuff a Raspberry Pi inside to bring it some new life.
Ever wanted to own a music player that plays one random song at a time? Probably not, because that’s ridiculous. Regardless, it’s a fun project, and over on Hackster.io, DIYer Alain Maur shows off how to build it.
When it comes to tasty beverages, there’s more satisfying as getting a fresh can of soda from a vending machine. With this fun DIY build, you can get that experience right from your own locker.
If you’re looking for a tasty new beer to try out, this interactive periodic table will guide you in the right direction.