A Cat Thing combined feline love for cardboard boxes with an architect’s eye for modular prefab housing to create a series of max-and-match cat houses.
I made my own cat scratching post out of sisal cord and a poster tube. It cost more than just buying one. 50′ of 3/8″ sisal rope ($0.25/foot) winds almost perfectly around a 30″ by 2″ diameter poster tube ($3.33.) My daughter and I had a wonderful time wrapping the tube up, securing the ends […]
My cat absolutely loves these $8 cardboard cat scratchers. They go straight into the recycling bin, so why spend a penny more than necessary? I tried one of the $25 lounger-style cardboard cat scratchers and my picky cat wouldn’t go near it. I put out a simple, flat and cheap one? Scratch city. My furniture […]
Surfing on public Wi-Fi is convenient, but it’s far from safe. Whether you’re at a cafe or hotel, connecting to an unsecured network exposes you—and your personal information—to a host of hazards, including hackers, government spies, and trackers. Private Internet Access helps you navigate past these risks and tap into a safer, restriction-free internet, and […]
The web is vast, and while there’s room for everyone, competition is stiff when it comes to landing on that first page of a Google search. That’s why developers aren’t afraid to spend exorbitant amounts of time and money on search engine optimization (SEO) to ensure their sites rank higher than others. However, not all […]
Many of us enjoy the aesthetic of vintage electronics, but trying to use most hardware from the 1950’s isn’t necessarily practical. This is especially true where speakers are concerned. While most of us can appreciate the old-school feel of retro speakers, they have a hard time matching the convenience and power delivered by today’s Bluetooth speakers. […]