If your phone was hacked, would there be any embarrassing pictures there to steal? Last week, a thread was started on 4chan by a poster claiming to be a hacker in possession of celebrity nude photos.
I don't know if you know, but those super expensive Beats by Dre headphones that you see everyone wearing?
A limitation of the first phone lines in the late 1800s was that there had to be a line for each phone, which was connected to an exchange.
(Video Link) We've seen some wild dashcam videos from Russia, such as insurance scams, road rage, street justice, and a driving cat.
Headless Horseman by Chicoloco Designs There's a creepy chill in the fall air, and walking home alone at night is starting to feel like a bad idea, because horrible things are waiting for unwary travelers in the dark.
In Romania’s Valcea County, there are boulders called trovants that grow. Really. They also multiply, by sprouting bulbs that form into rocks.
(Video Link) W-ORD Channel 7 News keeps you up to date on the latest news in letters. John Oliver and Cookie Monster are the co-anchors.
(Photo: Hazuki) Some of us are ready to rock after only extensive training and preparation. But this little girl was born ready.
The Guardian has published a chapter from a draft of Roald Dahl's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory that wasn't published in the book. This is the second time an unused piece from Dahl's celebrated children's book has been published.
(YouTube link) This is raw footage from EuroNews of the Bardabunga volcano erupting today in Iceland.
Image Via Sometimes, the web is full of irreverence and silliness, which can be a good thing. But sometimes, in some far flung corner of the interwebz, you will find a story that feeds your soul a bit.
You may have seen pictures of this sad-looking cat over the past few weeks. This is Tucker, and she has genetic abnormalities that give her droopy eyes, extremely sensitive skin (hence the t-shirts), and deformed legs.
(Photo: unknown) It doesn't have to be a snowman. It can be a mutated snowbeast that will destroy our enemies.
The BBC TV show Fawlty Towers aired only twelve episodes, but the talents of John Cleese and the rest of the cast left an indelible mark on the show’s fans 40 years ago.
YouTube Link Benny the English bulldog isn't just your average Joe Pup. He has fans. And Instagram followers.
The Ungrammatical Grand-Master by Randy Coffey The little green master was getting tired of using his mind all the time, and those splitting headaches weren't helping his demeanor, so he decided to bulk up and start battling with his fists.
The following is an article from The Annals of Improbable Research. (Image credit: NRAO/AUI/NSF) by Eric Schulman National Radio Astronomy Observatory Charlottesville, Virginia Acronyms swim and Bullets denote a life's work On your resume. A flash of insight. The Universe demands that You test the theory. Peruse the journals. An unsuccessful search means You need new data!
Crank up the engine. Then add meat to the pit. Note that the spits rotate to provide even cooking throughout the slabs of meat.
Image: Vivian Wan Thailand's Wat Rong Khun or "White Temple," featured previously on Neatorama in a 2007 article on unique temples, is a glorious sight to behold.
The following is a Whodunit by Hy Conrad. These mysteries are from The Little Giant® Book of Whodunits by Hy Conrad and Matt LaFleur.