It is what it is.
It is what it is.
"Find out what chinchillas can mean to your future security." That's the message for viewers who tuned into The Hoot Gibson Show in 1954. Hoot Gibson was born in Tekamah, Nebraska in 1892. When he was a child, his family moved to California, and he worked on a ranch and competed in rodeos. Francis Boggs,… READ THE REST
"Youngsters across the U.S. are surprising their parents with talk of petrol stations and mince pies," writes The Wall Street Journal. Welcome to the Peppa Pig effect, in which American children adopt the mannerisms and lingo of weirdly transfixing British childrens' TV. Aurelia throws around phrases like, "Can we turn the telly on?" A reference… READ THE REST
LG has created a TV showing us the economic divide in crystal clear resolution; for other things, the rollable TV is pretty average. LG's $100k TV rolls up like a shade to not ugly-up a costly, costly home. Aside from that single exciting feature, you get the same picture performance from a $2000 LG model.… READ THE REST
DIY. It's a magical word. Or, more specifically, three words. Do it yourself means something in the tech arena, so this collection of cool projects to assemble from component pieces not only leaves you with something fun at the end, but it bolsters your knowledge and electronics abilities along the way. These 10 kits are… READ THE REST
Cats…well, they just don't care what you think. Sure, they love you in their own way. But they've got their own agenda. And what you want … is usually pretty far down their priority list, even if it's in their own best interests. That often includes items related to their own health, including dental care.… READ THE REST
You've got a big ole TV. It's 55"…or 65"…or 75". It's glorious. Absolutely glorious. But while its brilliance is obviously sublime, that could blind you to a couple of other facts to consider. Like how staring at a bright TV against an otherwise dark wall at night actually disrupts how our eyes measure light. Rather than… READ THE REST