Goodfil.ms is a movie suggestion engine that doesn’t suggest movies based on what the critics say or how many anonymous internet points a movie has received, but instead takes into account your personal tastes and the tastes of your friends.
Halloween is fast approaching and what more opportune time could there be for the Zombie Apocalypse to finally occur? Be prepared with the right survival gear and skills to safely see you through it using this handy guide!
Who knew there would be so much pressure in naming your first pet?
WHAT POP-UPS REALLY SAY [via MUO]
This is definitely one hard-drive (and price) that you will not be feeling nostalgic over!
If you’re a comic book aficionado (or just want to take a stroll down memory lane), this virtual newsstand shows you all the comics published for any month and year going all the way back to the 1930s.
Miles of cables, robots archiving backup tapes, and quarter-million-gallon cooling tanks: take of tour of Google’s data centers to see just how the search giant fuels the engine that delivers your search results so quickly.
Are you ready to add some serene and beautiful mountain scenery to your desktop? Then you will definitely want to grab a copy of the Mountain Views from Romania Theme for Windows 7 and 8. The theme comes with five wonderful i...
For the last half century computers have played all sorts of major and minor roles in movies; check out this collection to see some of the more quirky and out-of-place appearances.
Star Trek, Star Wars, Battlestar Galactica, and more are all included on this awesome collage and comparison chart wallpaper!
This one is a winner from the start, right?!
If you’re interested in setting up a smart thermostat but put off by the high price of models like the Nest Learning Thermostat, this DIY project uses an old Android phone and a little DIY wiring to automate and network...
Last weekend Felix Baumgartner skydived from the edge of space; it was only a matter of (very brief) time before someone rendered the event in LEGO.
The coldest temperature possible is zero degrees Kelvin, but how hot do you think it can actually get? Watch as Vsauce discusses the varying levels of temperatures, what happens at those levels, and ends with the hottest poss...
If you’re a student or faculty member (or still have an active .edu email account) now’s the time to cash in on some free cloud storage courtesy of Dropbox’s Great Space Race.
Fans of the tiny Raspberry Pi will be pleased to hear the new version of their Model B board now ships with 512MB of RAM (up from the previous 256MB).
Yesterday Felix Baumgartner broke the record for highest skydive by leaping out of a capsule 128,100 feet above the Earth. Check out his jump in the following videos.
If you love keeping an eye at what’s around the corner, this video showcases some of the new features in Gmail for Android–there’s even an APK for those adventurous readers who want to try it.
Maybe he should stop picking on turtles…
In the future a young couple reach a parting of the ways because the young man can not handle the fact that she has a robotic arm. The bitterness of the break-up and bad treatment from her fellow humans lead to a dark future ...
This cleverly designed Portal gun prop levitates a model Companion Cube; the whole setup just begs to be paired with a Halloween costume.
What happens if you change cellular automaton program Game of Life to use floating point values instead of integers? You end up with SmoothLife, a fluid and organic growth simulator.
Parenting Fails – Fail Blog [via Fail Desk]
Remember the guy with the cool DIY astronaut ice cream build? He’s back with a mini hybrid rocket engine that runs off oxygen and acrylic.
Spaceships, Planets, Asteroids [The Paper Wall]