Month: January 2015

New secret police radars can ‘see’ inside homes without a warrant

Think you’re safe inside your house? Think you’re privacy is protected as long as you’re inside the four walls of your home? Think again. Police agencies all across the country have obtained a piece of […]

Saturday Night Live’s spoof of Bieber’s Calvin Klein ad campaign is hilarious

I think the only choice that could have been worse than Calvin Klein using Bieber for their campaign would have been for them to actually exhume Anna Nicole Smith and do a “Weekend at Bernie’s” […]

New York Transit Museum Photos

Took a trip with the family this weekend to the New York Transit Museum. It’s pretty cool to see all of the old trains that they’ve used throughout the history of NYC. They also have […]

‘American Sniper’ uses the worst fake baby in the history of filmmaking

“American Sniper” cost just $60 million to make and by the time opening weekend was finished it had already raked in a cool $120+ million you would think that they could have spent just a […]

The top video on Vimeo for 2014

Vimeo is sort of like the classier older brother of YouTube. Believe it or not, Vimeo was actually founded a year before YouTube burst onto the scene. Not that YouTube doesn’t have quality content, the […]

NASA releases largest photograph ever taken; 1.5 billion pixel photograph taken by the Hubble Space Telescope

NASA recently released the largest photo ever taken that shows part of the Andromeda galaxy. The photo is made up of 1.5 billion pixels and the full-sized photo takes up 4.3 GB of disk space. […]

Lucky Chops Brass Band

I saw these guys playing at the Atlantic Ave. terminal the other day. They had a pretty good sized crowd standing around watching them too which is unusual for this location. Normally when people play […]

Woman finishes world’s largest jigsaw puzzle with 33,600 pieces

Reddit user manne0708 posted photos of the 33,600 piece jigsaw puzzle that she has worked on over the past two and a half months. According to manne0708 the puzzle took about 450 hours of actual […]

NASA releases new high-definition image of the iconic ‘Pillars of Creation’ photo

In just a few months NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope will celebrate its 25th anniversary of taking awe-inspiring, breathtaking photos of parts of our Universe that we had no idea even know existed before we laid […]