At first glance, this appears to be any pile of old trash, but Gregory Kloehn, an artist in Oakland, California, has made it his mission to use these materials to build small mobile homes for the homeless. Called the "Homeless Homes Project", it all starts with dumpster diving in the local industrial areas, selecting the parts for his practical architectural creations and putting together something livable from the salvaged materials. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
New York City's subway system is currently the world's sixth busiest, with 1.6-billion annual passenger rides. This means that old subways cars are constantly being replaced with new ones. You might think that the last stop for these old trains would be at some junkyard, but photographer Stephen Mallon tracked the to their watery graves at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean, where they basically act as artificial reefs. Continue reading for a rare video look, more pictures and additional information.
Have you ever encountered a street, road, tunnel, or pathway so beautiful that it defied words? If not, these images are about to boggle your mind, as all of them exist right here on Earth, including this majestic shot of Molyvos, Lesvos, Greece (above). On a somewhat related note, did you know that as Molivo under the Ottoman Empire, the city was a kaza of the sanjak of Metelin in the vilayet of Rhodes? After the defeat of the Ottomans in the First Balkan War (1913), Greece liberated Lesvos in 1914. Continue reading for more majestic streets and roads.
Seagate's Wireless Mobile Portable Hard Drive broadcasts its own Wi-Fi network, so you can wirelessly stream your media and files to up to three mobile devices. With 500GB of storage at your fingertips, choosing which files to sync to your mobile device before a long trip is a thing of the past. Seagate Wireless lets you carry hundreds of movies and thousands of photos, songs and documents. Product page. Continue reading for more.
You've seen the 12-inch MacBook Air spy shots, now check out a few renders by the very talented Martin Hajek of the laptop in all three colors: champagne gold, slate gray, and silver. While new information has been sparse, it's most likely that this ultra slim laptop will have only a single USB-C port, along with a headphone jack. There are rumors that Apple may offer a 16GB RAM option and / or a Retina Display, but we'll probably have to wait until WWDC in June to see if any of those are true. Let's just hope there isn't a waiting list for the gold model, like there was for Apple's iPhone 6 / 6 Plus at launch. Click here to view the first image in this week's WINS gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of ten things you didn't know a microwave could do.
BLK water may not look like something you'd want to rehydrate with, but believe it or not, this spring water is fully safe to drink, despite its appearance. It's essentially Canadian spring water that has been infused with fulvic acid - a natural nutrient-rich compound that has been used in alternative therapies for centuries. Fulvic acid has been called a "miracle molecule" in recent times for its detoxifying properties, mainly its ability to bind to metals. Product page. Continue reading for a video review of the flavored version and more information.
The Power Glove was originally released in 1989, and although it was an officially licensed product, Nintendo was not involved in the design or release of this accessory. Rather, it was designed by Grant Goddard and Samuel Cooper Davis for Abrams/Gentile Entertainment (AGE), made by Mattel in the United States. For those who grew up in the 80s and could afford an NES, this was a must-have accessory for the console, especially after seeing it in The Wizard. The glove has traditional NES controller buttons on the forearm as well as a program button and buttons labeled 0-9.The user presses the program button and a numbered button to input commands, such as changing the firing rate of the A and B buttons. Along with the controller, the player can perform various hand motions to control a character on-screen. Continue reading for more everyday things that only 80s geeks might still cherish today.
A brand spanking new white Lamborghini Veneno Roadster was unveiled at the company's Hong Kong dealership. Limited to only 9 cars worldwide, each of these limited edition models carries a staggering €3.3 million price tag. Powering this beast is an Aventador-sourced 6.5L V12 engine that generates 700hp, enabling it to spring from 0 - 62 mph (100 km/h) in a mere 2.9 seconds, topping out at 220 mph (355 km/h). Continue reading for more pictures and information.
No, this isn't a planet from another planet, just the Romanesque Cauliflower, an edible flower bud of the species Brassica oleracea. It was first documented in Italy, and light green in color. Romanesco has a striking appearance because its form is a natural approximation of a fractal. When compared to a traditional cauliflower, as a vegetable its texture is far more crunchy, and its flavor is not as assertive, being delicate and nutty. Continue reading for a video and more information.
We understand why stock traders and some gamers may need two, or even three, displays, but when you're sporting a computer setup with more than 5, it may be time to kick things down a notch. However, if your home is solar-powered and you're actually selling electricity back to the power company, then we suppose it's not all a waste. For those still interested, this gadget might help you out. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading to watch the top five viral videos for today.