We’re currently putting together a shorts roundup titled, “All Shorts Should Have Built-in Liners”, so that should tell you how we feel about the category. Get yourself a pair starting at $25 with a preorder.
TrueREVO is already a successful manufacturer of athletic apparel, so there’s not much concern when it comes to the Kickstarter factor here. The creatively named “World’s Best Running...View more »
The build engine is back with a brand new game.
For me, these words there, they imply so much. It’s a feeling so powerful and filled with meaning that you could almost mistake it for that sensation you get when you see an old friend. Although he’s changed, and you hope it’s for the best, there’s something eerily familiar and...View more »
Happy birthday Photoshop! You might be turning 25 this week, but you don't look a day over 20. (We suspect you've had some photoshopping done.)
It's no secret that Adobe Photoshop didn't invent image manipulation. People have been dramatically altering photos since the invention of photography itself. But Photoshop pushed image tinkering into the digital age, and much like other tools of the...View more »
I don’t want to alarm anybody, but the Jalopnik house is divided, on the verge of tearing itself apart. I’m worried, hurt, and confused. Within our own ranks, I find a frightening division. We’re on the verge of finding Slack plug-ins that let us punch faces over the internet. The root of this evil? What do you call the bit of glass at the rear of your car?
There are two main schools of...View more »
(Actualizado: ya ha enviado su primera foto ). Ha funcionado. La nave Lightsail, el proyecto de la Planetary Society impulsado por el divulgador científico Bill Nye, ha desplegado con éxito sus enormes velas solares en el espacio. Un problema de software había hecho perder el contacto con el aparato, pero hace solo unas horas sus responsables han podido desplegar con éxito la enorme vela...View more »
Hey there. remember back when I said my Macbook needed to be replaced?
Well, I’m finally ready to buy one, but I am paralyzed with indecision. It’s a big purchase and I can’t decide.
How I use a laptop:
It goes almost everywhere with me. It is carted around from home office to office office to meetings at least five days a week.
I have anywhere from eight to twelve tabs open while I...View more »
The exposed skeletons and incredible detail helped make H. R. Giger’s design for the creatures in Alien unforgettably terrifying. James Cameron took things to the next level when he introduced the giant xenomorph queen in his 1986 sequel, Aliens, which is being flawlessly recreated as a new collectible maquette from Sideshow, thanks in part to the film’s original special effects wizards.
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My neighborhood’s yard sale Facebook page came through! Someone was selling these two glass cabinets for $60! I immediately loaded them in the Flex and brought them home.
Shelf A has a collection of Lancia Rally cars, a couple Cobras, classic JDM, and some 90's JDM.
Shelf B holds my two chrome beauties, triple threats from Aston and Bugatti, and finally my Arts and Science Cadillacs. Both...View more »
Rocket League is a game with very little randomness. It’s mostly about the physics of rocket-powered cars slamming into giant balls. But during today’s Rocket League championship series matches, the one aspect of randomness in the game made a surprise appearance: respawning.
When your car is hit hard enough by a player, it gets demolished and you have to wait a short moment before it spawns...View more »
Welcome to This Date in Aviation History, getting of you caught up on milestones, important historical events and people in aviation from March 24 through March 27.
March 24, 2015 – The crash of Germanwings Flight 9525. Whenever we board a commercial airliner, we can generally rest assured that the pilot is in no more of a hurry to crash the plane than we as passengers are, and that the pilot...View more »
Mexican market GMT800 Suburbans received a facelift to match the “cat-eye” Silverado.
Here’s a time lapse and tilt shift video of a day in Haneda Airport in Tokyo, Japan. It’s a wonderful look into the puzzle of how a big time airport works but is also totally beautiful to see the lights of airplanes land and fly out of the runway. It’s like man made moving stars skimming across the sky. Just beautiful.
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The film editing maestro Clara Darko stitched together this perfect montage of actresses in action movies kicking mother freaking ass. I love how each punch or kick or swing of the sword or crossbow shot or anything perfectly blends together from one movie to the next. More ass kicking please!SPLOID is delicious brain candy. Follow us on Facebook or Twitter.
Torii Hunter Jr. headed to the locker room after being crushed by Texas defensive back DeShon Elliott on a play that left nearly every viewer wondering why officials didn’t throw a targeting flag.
NCAA rules now allow replay officials to retroactively assess the targeting call, and those officials had nearly three minutes to look at the play while Hunter struggled to reach his feet....View more »
Actor Corey Feldman was reportedly stabbed in the stomach last night in the San Fernando Valley by an attacker who quickly fled the scene. In a tweet, Feldman (who says he’s “OK” at the moment) described the experience in harrowing, all-caps detail, writing:
IM IN THE HOSPITAL! I WAS ATTACKED 2NITE! A MAN OPENED MY CAR DOOR & STABBED ME W SOMETHING! PLEASE SAY PRAYERS 4 US! THANK GOD IT WAS...View more »
Welcome back to Brain Candy! I have a new favorite song. I can't tell you what it is, because it's country and everybody loves to hate country and I want you to like me. Amazingly, both my roommates actually like country. What they don't like, apparently, is listening to my new favorite country song on repeat for an entire week (I know, they're weird). Things that are not clever: angering the...View more »
A versatile vacuum, Anker cables, and your favorite bug spray lead off Tuesday’s best deals.Read more Read Top Deals
Uniqlo is kind of known for their Heattech and AIRism lines, and right now...View more »
We exist in a time when we have to live with the fact that our e-mails, tweets and status updates are probably being looked at by big faceless entities and people who they're not meant for, simply as a matter of course. That sucks. In this game, you're the one doing the snooping. It still sucks.
TouchTone is a deliberately political video game, out for iOS now. It takes aim at the creeping...View more »