(PG-13 Language) A group of sci-fi and fantasy fans have had it with the barrage of Marvel superhero movies, so they’ve decided to skip Ant-Man. But their Marvel-loving friend Leigh knows how to push their buttons.
A membership-based online store. It looks for the lowest prices among partner shops and has “smart items” – two or more related products that cost less when bought together. It costs $50 annually but has a free 3-month trial.
Workers can take advantage of these mobile workspaces outside of Amsterdam, which use converted old trailers to create impromptu offices in the Dutch countryside, complete with Wi-Fi, coffee makers and compost toilets.
A weird Japanese video in which they demonstrate how to turn vegetables into juice by setting off underwater explosions. The cool part is that the juice remains inside the veggies, as their innards are pulverized by the shockwave.
This ruggedly handsome waxed canvas and leather bag is superbly lightweight, with space for a 15″ laptop, notebooks, and small gadgets, and has a smartphone pocket and large compartment which can be accessed with the bag closed.
The PS3 masterpiece comes to the PS4 with 1080p 60fps graphics. Journey is the pinnacle of video game mechanics as narrative device, and a powerful metaphor for storytelling and life itself. Free for owners of the PS3 digital copy.
Digg takes us through the history of strange and unusual lifeforms in science fiction flicks, from Gort to Groot and everyone in between, backed appropriately by Radiohead’s Subterranean Homesick Alien.
Filling Pieces’ casual sneakers have a long tongue and come in a variety of fabric and leather uppers – woven, aniline, nubuck, full grain – different heel trims and colorways to suit just about every style.