Amazon Cloud Drive ensures you have access to all your files anywhere, at any time, all for just $5 per year. When files or photos are uploaded to Cloud Drive, users are saving a backup copy in Amazon's secure servers, with absolutely no limit to how much you can upload. For photographers, the Cloud Drive never changes or reduces the resolution of your images, unlike other similar paid services. Get it here now. Continue reading to see someone uploading 3-Terabytes of data onto the service.
Wired UK managed to get a sneak peak into the Star Wars Force Awakens stormtrooper dressing room, and they posted these images online for all fans too see. Costume designer Michael Kaplan's revised stormtrooper designs retain the spirit of the original films, while giving them a more "battle ready" look. Unlike the original vacuum-formed suits, the team cast the new ones in polyurethane, resulting in much more flexibility as well as durability. Continu reading for more interesting photos from around the web.
Oreo Churros have now become a reality, or at least the version that doesn't require you visit a theme park or county fair. These chocolate twisty treats are not only crispy, but are coated in sugar and stuffed with a fluffier version of the cookie's famous cream center. Now splitting this evenly, and dipping them in milk might be a problem, but we're sure a cup of frosting on the side is a fair trade off. Click here to view more pictures of Oreo Churros. Continue reading for another DIY video on how to make your own.
You really can find anything online these days, including a 2,000-year-old New Testament manuscript that allegedly dates to between A.D. 250 and A.D. 350, from the Gospel of John. As you can see from the image above, it includes six lines of text written in Greek from John 1:50-51 on one side, along with an unidentified Christian text on its other side. Continue reading for an up-close zoomed image of the manuscript.
Those of us who have been online for a while know that the worst place to ask for a photo touch-up are internet forums, but apparently, these users didn't get the memo, and the results more than make up for it. For example, the person above asked to "look cooler," but without any cheap effects. Unfortunately, the final result did not turn out as he'd first imagined. Continue reading for more Photoshop trolls.
Brandon, a 23-year-old software engineer, relocated from Massachusetts to the Bay Area in mid-May to start work at Google, but he opted out of paying an exorbitant amount for a San Francisco apartment - minimum $2,000/month. Instead, he parked a 128-square-foot truck at company headquarters and decided to live in it. Only the essentials can be found inside, and that includes: The main things "a bed, a dresser, and I built a coat rack to hang up my clothes." "I realized I was paying an exorbitant amount of money for the apartment I was staying in - and I was almost never home. It's really hard to justify throwing that kind of money away. You're essentially burning it - you're not putting equity in anything and you're not building it up for a future - and that was really hard for me to reconcile," said Brandon. Continue reading to look inside the truck.
Even if we had the technology to do so, walking on the sun would be impossible due to the sheer fact that it's a nearly perfect spherical ball of hot plasma, with internal convective motion that generates a magnetic field via a dynamo process. In other words, there are no solid surfaces for man to walk on, that is without taking into consideration that its surface temperature is approximately 9,941° F. Continue reading for more bizarre Yahoo Answers trolls that actually exist.
Let's face it, there are plenty of unsecured Wi-Fi networks out there, and while some may be safe to use, there are others that purely exist to troll potential leechers. For example, this person decided to set their network name to "Tell My WiFi LoveHer" as a joke to whomever may be scanning the airwaves for open networks. Continue reading to see more funny network names - some language may not be safe for work.
Chompoo Baritone, a photographer from Bangkok, Thailand, unveiled his latest photo series showing how Instagram users often meticulously frame certain scenes to make their lives seem more exciting than reality. For example, maintaining a sirasana headstand pose isn't the easiest of yoga positions, especially when trying to make any sudden movements, so having a friend around to hold your legs is definitely a good thing, as long as the camera doesn't see. Continue reading for more.
When it comes to translation services, there are plenty of options, especially with freelancing sites offering gigs at $5 or lower, but one thing you should never do is choose a free online translation service. For example, this restaurant somehow ended up with two Wikipedia dishes, one with a side of pimientos. Now unless this entree comes with a free Wikipedia t-shirt, it's probably in no way related to the Internet encyclopedia. Continue reading for more bizarre translation gone wrong examples.