Despite our modern technologically savvy ways, sometimes the best art is made through the simplest mediums. Take artist Hikaru Cho, for example, who paints imaginative scenes directly onto human bodies. Refusing to use Photoshop, Cho challenges herse...
Getting locked out of your home, your computer, or anywhere else you want to be can suck. The same goes for those times when your gadgets prevent you from doing what you want to do with them, but it doesn't have to be that way.
Want a delicious campfire dessert? Once you've enjoyed the tasty insides of an orange, fill it with chocolate cake batter or your favorite mix, wrap it up in foil, and then place the package on the smoldering coals of your fire.
This is the latest (2013) sketchbook drawings of French illustrator Pez. His work is done with different grades of pencils, and it is amazing the three-dimensionality. See also: "Drawings Come to Life" and "3D Drawings." Photos © Pez Via Behance Netw...
A picture is worth a thousand fails.
If your computer has crashed, if you've purchased a new computer or if you're plugging your iPod into your friend's computer, when you sync your iPod, you risk losing all your music. However, by letting the computer know that the music on the iPod sh...
Find wacky and hilarious alarm clocks that will be sure to help you wake up in the morning at WomansDay.com
This guy has got some quick fingers
A family-friendly collection of optical illusions, brain teasers, fun riddles, tactile tricks, mental games, and unusual self-deceptions.
Youthink magazine: Top 7 websites to help with homework.
13 "Top 100 Books" lists combined and condensed in to one master list, for the benefit of your reading pleasure. 623 books in all -- a lifetime of reading potential!
High-resolution image of the "Science of Dogs".
We've seen some incredible images this year. Aerial shots of Dubai, crystalline ice on the open sea, moments of war, portraits of bugs. From our own massive image cache, we selected 100 of the most fantastic photos from 2012.