Peter Cohen, a home builder and the co-owner of Trillium Enterprises, transformed his home into a feline playland, complete with overhead catwalks, spiral pathways and custom odor-free closets to house 22 litter boxes for his 15 rescued cats. Cohen said during an interview with Houzz: "When we bought this house in 1988, it came with two outdoor feral cats. And then one of them was killed when he was hit by a car and then the second one was hit by a car...So we made her an indoor cat and then to get her company, because the other one had been killed, we went to the shelter and adopted a couple of cats and that just started down the road. The catwalks, the first catwalk I built was in 1995...for the walks, just the walks I've spent $40,000 or $50,000, and they can be done a lot cheaper, but the catwalks are for the cats but they're also for me. They're architecturally interesting to me - the colors and we always try to do something interesting with the shapes." Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading to see the five most popular viral videos of today.
Officially known as the "Undisputable Cuz", this barbecue pit is claimed to be the world's largest, located at the Folsom residence along highway 290, in Brenham, Texas. Weighing a massive 40-tons and measuring 75-feet-long, it's ventilated with 7 chimneys, and so large that it needs to be carried around on a large truck. Owner Terry Folsom says: "It has 24 doors - 12 on this side, 12 on the other." In addition to being able to cook 4-tons of meat at a time, the pit also has a walk-in cooler with space for kegs attached to beer taps on the outside. Continue reading for a video and more information.
Winter Storm Juno has pounded parts of Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and New York with than a foot of snow. Snow amounts in New York have ranged from 7.8 inches at Central Park in New York City to more than 24 inches in eastern Long Island. However, some geeks would rather be caught in a blizzard than come home to a computer that's been scribbled on with a permanent marker. Continue reading for more funny examples.
On the outside, it looks like nothing special, but nearly all of the 200 residents of Whittier, Alaska all live inside the 14-story Begich Towers condominium on the edge of town. This building also houses a police station, a health clinic, a convenience store, a laundromat, and even a church in its basement. The town can only be reached by sea, or a long, one-lane tunnel through the mountains, which is closed completely at night. Continue reading for another video and more information.
Logitech's Wireless Performance Mouse MX boasts Darkfield Laser Tracking, which lets you track on more surfaces than ever - including glass, where other mice flat-out fail. This technology tracks mouse movements by producing a detailed micro-roadmap of the work surface. So now you can confidently use your mouse on surfaces you never could before like clear glass, lacquered wood and marble. Product page. Continue reading for more.
Love putting crackers in your soup? The Obol might be just what you need, as it separates the dry products from the liquid. This handy kitchen gadget also works great for milk and cereal. Zevro's WM300 SmartSpace Food Dispenser ensures that your counter isn't filled with random food items, thanks to an innovative portion-control turn knob, wall-mount design, and three integrated measuring cups. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of the craziest 3D projection mapping show you'll ever see at a hockey game.
Both Facebook and Instagram went down Tuesday for unknown reasons, with the former saying it's working on fixing the issue: "Sorry, something went wrong. We're working on it and we'll get it fixed as soon as we can." Users across the US as well as countries in Asia and Europe reported that they were unable to log on to the website and mobile apps. The anonymous hacker group, called "Lizard Squad", apparently has taken responsibility for the downtime. They were the ones who brought down the Malaysian Airlines website, along with Xbox Live and PSN on Christmas Day. Continue reading to see some of the Tweets abut this Facebook outage.
People hate being the butt of jokes, especially if they are the ones telling them. For example, this person wanted to convey that there must be ugly in this world for there to be beauty, but one of their friends decided to go in for the burn. Mastering comebacks - the art of replying to an insult with a witty word, statement or sentence - can take some thinking to say the least. Continue reading for more.
Nostalgia Electronics' Taco Toaster lets you make a crispy hard taco shell using standard tortillas that can be found at any local market. Simply place two tortillas into the formers, lower them into the toaster, and in just a few minutes, you'll be ready to eat. Product page. If you don't feel like spending $25 on a toaster designed specifically for making taco shells, continue reading for another way to make them using a standard toaster oven.
Even before the free burrito promotion started, social media was already chattering about the 1-day-only (Jan. 26) sofritas deal Chipotle is offering. The fast food chain first introduced Sofritas - the chain's vegan, braised tofu option - early in 2013, but it really hasn't taken off, until now. For those who've never tried braised tofu, think of it as tasting like scrambled eggs. Promo page. If you're on the west coast, order online now to skip the lines, since many locations are open until 10pm. Continue reading for a video review and how to get one if your local store has run out of sofritas