Michael Phillips has been spending most of his time these days living in a tiny room in a no-frills northeast Dallas nursing home.
Art historian Maximilian Schich put together this pretty visualization that records humanity’s cultural history over 2,600 years. The blue and red dots you see above are the birthplaces and deaths for over 120,000 people who were "notable enough" to have their births and deaths recorded.
The new James Brown biopic "Get On Up" is in theaters now. Should you see it? I don’t know, maybe! Dan Aykroyd is involved, which is a good sign if you’re making vodka that comes in overwrought skull containers made of crystal, and a bad sign if you’re making a movie.
Amazon’s Fire TV is a great, speedy, oddly expensive piece of hardware , and so naturally Amazon needs to find something that can make it special. Something that can make use of that controller. And what better console-selling exclusive than…Flappy Bird? Yep.
For months, the Ebola epidemic was a terrible problem isolated in Africa. Then news broke of two sick Americans being airlifted back for treatment, bringing Ebola to the U.S. for the first time ever. On purpose. Cue fear, cue outrage—all of it misplaced. It’s going to be fine.
Headlamps aren’t just for overnight wilderness treks, a hands-free light source can be useful for everything from detailed hobby work to fixing a car. And Olight’s H15S is particularly useful for that last application, allowing you to activate its bright LED lamp with a simple wave gesture when your hands are covered in grease.