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The Mind-Boggling Ames Window Illusion Still Works After You Figure It Out

For many optical illusions, there’s a life cycle on a person-to-person basis, and it’s often pretty short (see exhibit A: the black and blue or white and gold dress). First, the observer sees the illusion and is fooled by it. Then, they discover why it provides the effect it does, and once they know that, […]

Half Hour Happy Hour #213: Creepy Baby

This week the team tackles the creepy baby syndrome, they talk hurricanes and Apple stuff!
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6 Super Cool Apps for Reading Comics

Comics are amazing, and we’re living in an age where there truly is a comic for everyone. But when you’re out and about you don’t want to have to carry your long boxes or stacks of trade paperbacks with you, wthat’s where digital comics readers come in! There are plenty of them out there, and […]

Google Honors MISTER ROGERS’ NEIGHBORHOOD with a Stop-Motion Video

By design, Google’s homepage is simple. The site was made to search the web, so there’s the Google logo, a search bar, and that’s about it. Sometimes, though, the Google Doodle team jazzes it up a bit by replacing the logo with a special image, which usually honors some sort of current event, historical happening, […]

Somebody Just Traveled 183.9 Miles Per Hour on a Bicycle

In 1995, a Dutch cyclist named Fred Rompelberg rode his bike at a speed of 167.044 miles per hour, which set the world record. How does one go that fast? He did what’s called a “motor-paced” run, meaning he rode behind a vehicle and stayed within its slipstream to cut down on wind resistance and […]

Somebody Just Traveled 183.9 Miles Per Hour on a Bicycle

In 1995, a Dutch cyclist named Fred Rompelberg rode his bike at a speed of 167.044 miles per hour, which set the world record. How does one go that fast? He did what’s called a “motor-paced” run, meaning he rode behind a vehicle and stayed within its slipstream to cut down on wind resistance and […]

Japan Has Vending Machines for Cat Hats

Cats are pretty notorious grumps when it comes to pet clothes. Unlike dogs, who seem generally pretty game for miniature costumes and sweaters, cats don’t take particularly well to being encased in fabric. They flop to the ground in unmoving agony or annoyingly scratch at the garment until it frays. But one thing cats are […]

Japan Has Vending Machines for Cat Hats

Cats are pretty notorious grumps when it comes to pet clothes. Unlike dogs, who seem generally pretty game for miniature costumes and sweaters, cats don’t take particularly well to being encased in fabric. They flop to the ground in unmoving agony or annoyingly scratch at the garment until it frays. But one thing cats are […]

Get To Know The Women Behind RALPH BREAKS THE INTERNET’s Princess Scene

With only a few weeks to go until we get to see Ralph Breaks the Internet, we’re all super excited to find out as much as possible about the highly anticipated sequel to the Mouse House’s video game-centric neo-classic. Luckily, we got invited to the Disney Animation Studios in Burbank to explore the world of […]

Get To Know The Women Behind RALPH BREAKS THE INTERNET’s Princess Scene

With only a few weeks to go until we get to see Ralph Breaks the Internet, we’re all super excited to find out as much as possible about the highly anticipated sequel to the Mouse House’s video game-centric neo-classic. Luckily, we got invited to the Disney Animation Studios in Burbank to explore the world of […]

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