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Watch This Slinky Climb Down a DIY Wooden Escalator, Forever

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Watch This Slinky Climb Down a DIY Wooden Escalator, Forever
Slinky is being health-conscious. Slinky needs to lose a few pounds. Slink has been having trouble with his diet. Slinky is trying to turn over a new leaf.

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Watch This Slinky Climb Down a DIY Wooden Escalator, Forever


Install a Pressurized Water System on Your Car Bumper

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Install a Pressurized Water System on Your Car Bumper

Self-trained “hobbyist engineer” Ed Zarick added running water to the outside of his jeep with a reservoir he installed in his bumper.

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10 Useful Books On Time Management Recommended By Entrepreneurs

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10 Useful Books On Time Management Recommended By Entrepreneurs
We all know that the most precious resource in life is time. Once lost, you can never rewind the clock. For entrepreneurs, this pressure is enhanced.
Having an idea and a vision for a business requires courage. Launching that business, in a world where many are satisfied with their comfort zones, requires guts. Once you’ve launched the business, the goal is to be consistent. Success is directly related to consistency.

Consistency is the direct result of how you manage your time.
Here are 10 awesome resources on time management that have been recommended by successful entrepreneurs.
1. The 4-Hour Workweek by Timothy Ferriss
This is an awesome resource that jolts everything you’ve ever learned about the time needed to build a successful career. Personally, I was shell-shocked when I first heard of a “4-hour workweek.” At the time, I … Read More »



Bike Contraption Whistles with the Movement of the Tide

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Bike Contraption Whistles with the Movement of the Tide

This art project at the San Francisco Exploratorium uses an old Huffy bike, a shipping container, and the tide to imitate Bosun’s whistle.

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Kitchen of the Week: Southern Charm Abounds in Arkansas (4 photos)

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Kitchen of the Week: Southern Charm Abounds in Arkansas (4 photos)

Having raised three boys who are now adults, Vicki and Wade Lunday were ready to update their kitchen and add space to better accommodate the way they want to live. The Lundays brought in interior designer Tobi Fairley to ensure that creating a new kitchen didn’t mean sacrificing the traditional charm…

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10 Secrets Of Life Steve Jobs Would Want You To Know

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10 Secrets Of Life Steve Jobs Would Want You To Know
Whenever I see this picture of some guy paying tribute to Steve Jobs at a ceremony; instead of being sad, I feel nostalgic that Jobs’ legacy will live on as long as technology reigns.

“No great man lives in vain. The history of the world is but the biography of great men.” – Thomas Carlyle
Every great life gives you a myriad of lessons. If you are keen enough to learn from them, then you are destined towards greatness too. Here are 10 secrets of life Steve Jobs would want you to know.
1. “What would Steve Jobs do?”
During the absence of Steve, whenever they had a problem in Apple, insiders would tackle the problem by contemplating, “What would Steve do in this situation?” Jobs immediately chucked off that notion by declaring that, “we can never take present decisions basing … Read More »



Rat Boy covers Tyler, the Creator with 'Tyler The Cover'

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Rat Boy covers Tyler, the Creator with 'Tyler The Cover'
Hyped newcomer Rat Boy has unveiled a berserk edit of Tyler, the Creator's 'Cherry Bomb', somehow sounding like The Prodigy in the process.

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Fridges in Britain are more dangerous than DIY, figures show

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Fridges in Britain are more dangerous than DIY, figures show
Research from price comparison site Confused.com has found that more Brits have experienced food poisoning than an injury from DIY. It states that …

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Fridges in Britain are more dangerous than DIY, figures show


Amateur Craftsman Creates Professional Looking Watch

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Amateur Craftsman Creates Professional Looking Watch

Maker decides to combine his love of making and love of watches to create a watch with impressive, professional-looking results.

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These Beautiful Watermelon Patterns Are Driving Everyone Crazy

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These Beautiful Watermelon Patterns Are Driving Everyone Crazy

Throughout the internet, commentators have been mystified by the cause of the curious swirls and patterns that they sometimes find inside of watermelons, some even implying that they’re remnants of 17th-century watermelon DNA. The truth behind these strange and beautiful shapes, however, is a little bit simpler.

Most farmers and agricultural scientists believed that “hollow heart” watermelons were caused by under- or over-watering until 2014, when University of Delaware agricultural specialist Gordon Johnson helped prove that the issue actually has to do with improper pollination. Watermelons are sensitive to changes in water/moisture levels, however, and variations can cause a host of other issues as well.

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