Look at this coyote. Food is right in front of him. It follows him around, like a sack lunch on legs. "Oh, they're great friends," you say as you watch the video, smiling. A click and the link has been copied to your clipboard. Up it goes on your Facebook and Twitter feeds.
The coyote bounds around the room. The hairy sack lunch follows it. The coyote expends more energy, jumping from couch to couch. Couch jumping is hungry work. Now your friends are laughing at the adorable video. They're sharing it too! What good friends these animals are! All is right in the world! We can have nice things! The video is under a minute long. So many minutes have passed since it was filmed.
The coyote is no longer hungry.
The Outdoor Element Kodiak Survival Bracelet resembles the basic paracord bracelet, but when unwound, it reveals a strand that contains firelighting tinder (similar to jute) and a fishing line and hook; the buckle doubles as a fire-striker and reflector. (via Red Ferret)
Elan Lee and Matthew "The Oatmeal" Inman have run some of the world's most successful game Kickstarters, but for their latest, You've Got Crabs, they're just selling it the traditional way.
In 1993, AT&T ran a series of ads trumpeting the future of the internet, called "You Will."
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Trains may not be the most popular means of conveyance nowadays, but chances are you grew up playing with toy trains or building a model set to wrap around the Christmas tree. In either case, it’s safe to say that locomotives have long carried a unique sense of awe and scale, especially when they’re hundreds […]