Need help deciding whether or not to send that email you've carefully crafted? Use this handy infographic to decide.
Here's an awesome periodic table table video by Theo Gray, 2011 winner of the ACS Grady Stack Award for Interpreting Chemistry for the Public.
Diego Stocco uses everyday objects to create extraordinary sound. In this video, he uses a puff iron, press, dry cleaning machine, washer, clothes hangers, and a bucket full of soap to create "Music from a Dry Cleaner."
Rumors surrounding Apple's third-generation tablet release are gaining momentum. Do you plan to purchase the latest iteration? Check out the infographic below for some general iPad user stats and a bit of speculation about the impending announcement.
With the importance of technology in business on the rise, the role of CIO's (chief information officers) has changed a lot in recent years. Check out the infographic below to find out how and to read IT predictions for the future from top CIO's.
Forget about more traditional painting tools, 39-year-old Spanish artist Rafael Rodrigo uses a torch and a camera to make his work. As a light painting, Rodrigo has between 30 seconds and 3 minutes (depending on the shutter speed he's using)...
The Digital Ventriloquized Actor, or DiVA is a singing synthesizer that determines pitch and other things, like whether it's a consonant or vowel — based on the placement of the operator's right hand. Check out the video below to see how it works.
Jay Dyer modified the sidecar of his 1961 Lambretta scooter to look exactly like a classic Volkswagen camper. Now he and his 11-year-old son Kaine can motor around England in style. You know you're jealous.
Worried about zombie invasions, but not prepared to give up your daily bike commute? Try adding a chainsaw to the front of your classic one-speed to scare off zombies (and pretty much everyone else, too).
Neil Harbisson is a self described cyborg. Why? Well, this color blind artist wears an eyeborg every day to help him "hear" color.