Can't sleep? Listen to and create custom sounds to sleep to- rain, waves, crickets, waves and white noise music to help you fall asleep.
Did you know that your car will take in 20,000 cubic feet of air to burn 20 gallons of fuel? That's the equivalent of a 2,500 sq. ft. house! If your only experience with a car engine's inner workings is "How much is that going to cost to fix?" this g...
We couldn't narrow it down to just ten, so here are our fifteen favorite books of 2010, including everything from the fantastical and epic, to the horrifying and futuristic.
If you have a headache. If you need to study. If you can't sleep. If you just want some peace. Eleven tracks to calm you down made by Vangelis, Clint Mansell, A Silver Mt. Zion and others.
Ever wondered what the inside of a camera lens looks like? Ever thought it would be cool to see the insides of a motorcycle helmet? The last photo absolutely blows my mind!
Want to see Legacy, Ark and the 3rd Letter - 3 fantastic short sci fi movies by Grzegorz Jonkajtys? Come watch them on www.SingularityWeblog.com
Rizzo Music is back with a new article from the "Popular Music of the 90s" series. Last week I made a list of some of the and today I am going to share with you my list for the most popular rock music of the 90s. Out of all the lists and I have cre...
Covers that you may have never heard of, but will become your new favorites! Amazing songs sung by incredible voices, enjoy ;) ❤ the mix and post your comments if you enjoy it! Let me know what you think (A rar file is available if you email me or...
The Happiest Mix Ever!!! I dare you to listen to this mix and not be happy. 13 tracks of pure happiness: Supergrass, Noah and the Whale, and the Avett Brothers. by Kyle Heiskala and Kevin Moran If you like this check out the new Ultimate Happy Mix!!...
How to tie knots. Clear step by step knot instructions plus animated knots for boaters, scouts, climbers, search and rescue, arborists and sailors.
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Cinemagraph is a new form of animated GIF, the only difference being that only a particular portion of the image is animated. Here's a gallery of some beautiful cinemagraphs.