Remember the good old days when Halloween meant trick-or-treating and bobbing for apples? Well, technology has made All Hallow's Eve a whole lot scarier. From advanced video displays to motion-sensing devices, these Halloween-themed gadgets will turn your home into a truly terrifying house of horrors.
Ken Jennings has got it rough. He used to have a real cushy job as the 'Jeopardy!' contestant with the longest winning streak in the history of the show. Then a huge corporation had to come along and ruin all that by inventing a super computer to defeat him.
What if all our technology – from cars to spaceships to even computers -- were made of wood? What would our world look like? The wooden sculptures of Michael Rea perhaps provides a little bit of insight while also being really cool.
What if instead of buying a new car you could just construct your own out of Legos? To inaugurate a new partnership between Legoland and Ford, a team of Lego craftsmen built a life-size Ford Explorer out of the colorful plastic blocks for the Florida-based theme park.
The dinosaurs in 'Jurassic Park' may have been made from mosquito DNA, but these character mock ups are all beetle. Etsy user EBPearce apparently has an odd love of both the iconic dinosaur movie and coleopterology.
We've all been to concerts where the band rocked so hard it was as if the ground shook below us. However, how many bands have actually rocked our world, that have, well, actually rocked our world?
This past week in New Zealand the Foo Fighters rocked so hard they actually registered on a seismic scale. Geological tremors were read by stations near the stadium and the "strong low frequency" readings were equivalent to volcanic activity.
Have art critics gone bananas by dubbing a monkey the "next big thing"? Pockets Warhol (yes, really), named after the famed pop artist Andy Warhol for his wily white hair, has been making some unique abstract portraits that the art world is -- wait for it -- going "ape" for.
Twitter recently overhauled its design, and as par for the course for any major website implementing changes, some people are pretty miffed. This time, the thing that seems to be driving people the most nuts is the inversion of the Tweet stream from the left to the right.
Fortunately, if you're a Chrome or Firefox user, there is now a simple solution to reverting the stream back to its left justification.
If we've learned one thing from Occupy Wall Street, its that people of all backgrounds and stripes have shown up to protest. Even some, well, that have stripes. And spots. And even fur for that matter.
A new Tumblr called Awwccupy Wall Street has compiled a list of some of the movement's cutest protestors and there are a whole lotta dogs, cats and babies that are asking if they "can haz justice."
Imagining walking through a park, looking up and seeing an illuminated person floating above you. Or seeing a glowing deer grazing in the distance. A world populated with these creatures would be like a fantasy world or a dream. Now, thanks to the work of artist Cedric Le Borgne, it's a reality.
Who doesn't love pizza? The gooey cheese and warm doughy bread... it's good enough to sleep in, right? Etsy user Brookish7 has designed some huge pizza-shaped sleeping bags that look cut just for slice lovers. They even come with choice pillow toppings like mushrooms and broccoli. What, no anchovies?
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