This time-lapse video of a sportsball player getting covered in sweat is a classic in the annals of time-lapse videos of sportsball players getting covered in sweat.
OutSports reports: Major League Baseball ended its regular season on Sunday after a COVID-shortened 60 games and for the first time since the 2016 season, there were no players involved in any recorded, on-field anti-gay controversies. Granted, the season was 102 games shorter than normal and we still have the playoffs to go, but it's… READ THE REST
Devon Garnett of Tampa, Florida and his buddies were watching the Stanley Cup final hockey game on Wednesday night when things got exciting. "Shoot! Shoot!" yelled the fans at the players on TV. Moments later, the police were at their door. From the Tampa Bay Times: [The police] thought there were guns in the house,"… READ THE REST
PSA Press is making these clever pinbacks benefiting Black Girls Code and Movement For Black Lives. "Throughout history, athletes and activism have been linked," states PSA Press. "There is a long, defiant tradition of sports protesting that dates back to 1883 and continues to this day." They're available in red/white/blue or black/white. (Thanks, UPSO!) READ THE REST
Don't look now, but that car next to you on the road may not have a driver. Thankfully, with the advent of the self-driving vehicle, that's not the panic-inducing moment it used to be. A self-driving shuttle has been ferrying customers in Las Vegas for three years. Tesla head Elon Musk says beta testing on… READ THE REST
For the past few years, we've seen a stampede of build-your-own handheld gaming devices hit the market. But if you're like us, you see those kits and all their tiny pieces and intricate instructions and think, why can't I just get a cool retro-themed handheld gamer that I don't have to put together myself? Your… READ THE REST
Jesse Pinkman was right —magnets are awesome. From high-speed trains and rollercoasters to what's on your refrigerator to the planet Earth itself, the power of magnets has been helping and fascinating us for centuries. In addition to all their nearly magical properties, magnets also make another significant contribution to the world — their hold can… READ THE REST