The NBA Playoffs just started, and while the Cleveland Cavaliers still have a long way to go, they are favorites to come out of the East. Nike appears to be confident this will happen and has a “Cavs” colorway of the the Kyrie 2 schedule to drop just a week before the Finals begin.
Life in coastal cities in North America has been defined by two things in the 21st century: rising rents and rising sea levels. The Unidentified Floating Object–a mobile, modular, house-boat concept from Jet Capsule–is an answer to both problems. When the land is too expensive and/or underwater, why not just move out into the sea?
A DECADE AFTER their inception, podcasts are hitting the mainstream. You can argue about why (everyone does), butthe numbers don’t lie. At this point, podcasts are a bit like the Internet in the 90’s: Growing so fast that regular people are interested and even the die-hards can’t keep up. Apps like Overcast and PocketCasts are great for people who know where to look, but everyone else really, really needs a discovery tool. A search engine. And don’t look now, but here comes Google.
Like it or not, money has a say in whether people get into or stay in romantic relationships. But it’s surprisingly hard to know for sure just how much the almighty dollar can influence your decisions about whether to swipe right on Tinder, or even to step out of a committed relationship.
In the 1930s journalists from publications like the New York Times and Timemagazine would regularly visit Nikola Tesla at his home on the 20th floor of the Hotel Governor Clinton in Manhattan. There the elderly Tesla would regale them with stories of his early days as an inventor and often opined about what was in store for the future.
Time to set aside a little extra cash if you’re an Uber or Lyft driver in San Francisco. For reasons unknown, the city has now decided to crack down on those who make a living (or even part of a living) driving other people around on either of the two big mobile ride-hailing services.
Jet-drying technology spreads infectious agents much further than paper towels, says a new study.
Using an air dryer might feel more sanitary than paper towels, because you don’t have to actually touch anything. But apparently that couldn’t be further from the truth.