TIL: A 55,000-ton, city-destroying lizard beast could pee 151,436,928 gallons per day. They never show you all the people who died, drowned in Godzilla's urine.
On Sunday morning, residents of New Hampshire and parts of Massachusetts were rocked by a massive boom that shook homes in the region and understandably freaked people the hell out. Early theories that it was a supersonic aircraft or earthquake were quickly proven wrong. So what was it? Most likely a meteor exploded above New… READ THE REST
Exciting vaccine news that's not about Covid: there's now a WHO-approved vaccine for malaria, a disease caused by a single-celled microorganism of the Plasmodium group— not a bacteria or virus. According to the NYT, this vaccine is "the first developed for any parasitic disease. Parasites are much more complex than viruses or bacteria, and the quest… READ THE REST
A Hollywood homeless person could not leave the "…you dumb f*ck" out of their response to this anti-vaxxer. READ THE REST
Rarely are we ever offline these days. The digital age we live in keeps us glued to the Internet, and leaving your cyberspace connection insecure leaves you exposed to threats. Pirates and hackers are getting craftier than ever, and our information is always at risk of being stolen or compromised if we don't take the… READ THE REST
Need to go live? Long gone are the days of in-person meetings that could've been an email and here to stay are live streams and watching stream recordings for both work and play. However, if you're using a cellphone and a dream to make your presentations pop, you may be out of luck. Grab XSplit… READ THE REST
With the invention of things like Airdrop, cloud sharing, and Bluetooth, whipping out photos from your wallet and sharing them with the world has become a thing of the past. Sure, technology has done some pretty amazing things, but the novelty of being able to physically show someone a picture of Fluffy or Fido doing that… READ THE REST