This man shows us all how to fold a short-sleeve shirt in less than two seconds. Any short-sleeve shirt. He is a witch from the future.
A WWDC debutante’s dreams go far beyond revolutionizing toy race cars.
Here it is: the answer to the question that’s been running my life since 2007.
Let it sink in, friends. Let it sink in. This is how the world works now.
This is a bicycle – slightly modified – that’s capable of hitting 163 miles per hour. By “slightly modified” I mean that there’s a rocket attached to the back of it. No big deal.
You’re going to be there a while. See you all on Monday.
“The world has changed…” Galadriel might have been talking about Middle-earth, or just the U.S. music industry.
As a rule, I avoid covering marketing stunts, but as an exception to that rule, I’ll do so when the stunt turns out to be genuinely helpful.
Over at Quartz, Kevin Ashton has a thorough piece explaining how the Harlem Shake wasn’t so much a meme in the traditional sense, but the work of corporations.
We FINALLY have a way to calculate how many Tetriminos it would take to build your house.
How Tumblr is becoming a popular tool for engaging applicants and documenting student life at colleges and universities.
The world is a decidedly different place from 250 miles up—one too few of us get to see.