Last week, Colby Droscher filmed a gorgeous sunset from his office in San Francisco's Mission District. He added Brian Eno's beautiful Deep Blue Day and generously shared it with the rest of us.
Wanted to pass on what the San Francisco Neo-Futurists are up to. They've got a new interactive performance called The Program. The shtick? It's a 45-minute audio experience performed exclusively over your phone (U.S. only). Here's what I know: Hello, and welcome to The Program. We've been waiting for your call.The critically acclaimed San Francisco… READ THE REST
One night in 1970, daredevil Evel Knievel was preparing to jump his motorcycle over 11 vehicles in front of a packed stadium in San Francisco. Apparently, jumping a motorcycle over a fleet of cars in a confined space wasn't quite butch enough because Knievel also decided to start an epic brawl with the Hell's Angels.… READ THE REST
Almost as much fun to destroy as the real thing, LEGO San Francisco is sure to be a hit. This LEGO Architecture kit includes some rudimentary 'painted ladies' and Coit Tower and the dildo-esque Salesforce Tower. I may paint my Alcatraz to resemble the Nov 1969-June 1971 occupied version. LEGO Architecture Skyline Collection 21043 San… READ THE REST
Unlike the impact of vibration therapy which applies regular, consistent contact to sore areas that the body ultimately acclimates to quickly, percussive therapy oscillates around toward the most targeted areas, applying pressure to tense muscle tissue. For athletes, that means a massage gun used post-workout can help remove lactic acid buildup from the muscle, which… READ THE REST
Projection technology has advanced to the point where even a solid recent vintage projector can serve as a brilliant addition to your home viewing options. And now that we're all starting to get out of the house again, you can tech up with a portable or even pocket-sized projector and basically create your own theater… READ THE REST
When you think robots, your mind likely jumps to R2-D2 or Wall-E. But the reality is that robots are everywhere already, with the trusty functional robotic arm serving as a backbone of industrial manufacturing for decades. And they're that popular because they're ultra adaptable. You can teach a robot arm to do everything from popping open… READ THE REST