In this remarkable and fully rockin' video, an Italian singer performs a rock piece whose lyrics are gibberish intended to sound like English. Entitled "What English Sounds Like to Foreigners," the video is meant to illustrate which English phonemes and syllables carry into the foreign ear, but I tell you what, it sounded like English to me, too, though like English as sung in such a way as to make it hard to decipher.
• “Miss Piggy,” “Kermit The Frog,” and all your favorite Muppets will be there. The beloved humans behind The Muppets are gathering for a special live internet broadcast today to honor the late Jim Henson, who died 30 years ago today.
Not too many years ago, talking to the air and expecting a response was either the sign of a hardcore Trekkie or someone with an over-developed or diluted imagination. Now, of course, voice assistants like Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant are not only commonplace, they’re actually now in use by more than half of the […]
The EDC ethos has been around for…well, forever. But it’s entirely possible that you’ve never heard the term EDC before. Of course, the idea that some items are part of your Every Day Carry assortment isn’t new, but in recent years, the thought of each person assembling their own unique version of Batman’s utility belt […]
Ever since the days of the Apple II and the Macintosh, if you used Apple products, you knew the score. Apple has their own way of doing things — and as a user, you either get on board with their proprietary exclusivity…or you go find a new device. Even today, handling simple operations like backing […]