Alexis, an 8-year-old cat in Austria, just broke the Guinness world record for doing the most tricks (26) in one minute. Cued by her human, Anika Moritz, these tricks include touching her nose with her left paw, crossing her paws while sitting, giving a high five, and high ten, ringing a bell, pulling a string on a box, looking left, looking right, and shaking her head.
I would have been the perfect customer for this Gilligan's Floating Island playset frm 1970, but I didn't know about it until now. It's too late for me to buy it and I wouldn't want it now anyway. But it's fun to imagine how much I would have liked this as a kid. From the… READ THE REST
Rep. Louis Gohmert (Q-TX) is a Very Stable Genius of the Trump variety. Here he is on video asking a U.S. Forest Service representative if she looking into having her department altering the Moon and Earth's orbit. I understand from what's been testified to, the Forest Service and the BLM (Bureau of Land Management), you want… READ THE REST
Strawberry Switchblade was the coolest. Formed in Glasgow, this Scottish new wave/pop duo composed of Rose McDowall (lead vocals) and Jill Bryson (vocals and guitar) formed in 1981. Strawberry Switchblade emerged from the end of the punk era. Their sublime music combines synth-pop, new wave, and goth styles. Their first single, written by Bryson about… READ THE REST
Not too long ago, you'd probably never heard of DevOps before. But over the past few years, this culture of automating and integrating software development and IT pros to build, test, and release apps with greater speeds and reliability has quickly become a mainstay in most development pipelines. Fueled by the runaway success of DevOps, it's… READ THE REST
We all live for those moments when we can upgrade our tech. The anticipation from unboxing a new phone, laptop, or tablet gives us an endorphin hit like no other. Of course, most of us don't have the financial resources to trade up all of our tech at the same time. Thankfully, you can reoutfit yourself… READ THE REST
For a majority of online users, video is king. The quality and impact of a strong visual can make all the difference. But once you couple that fantastic video clip with inferior audio, everything falls apart. A Hollywood-caliber film with horrible audio becomes almost unwatchable. Even on a video conferencing call, users can get away with… READ THE REST