In honor of The Walking Dead premiere and Halloween, we bring you Zombie Reports.
What's going on here, you ask? Well, apparently, this operational research vessel is supposed to do this.
If you are an astronomy fanboy (or girl), maybe you have taken some great shots of a meteoric event in your area. If not, never fear. We are here to remind you that there are a couple meteor showers coming up that you don't want to miss.
This surreal shot was taken in transit on the Toronto rail system. To capture this image, the photographer stood in the first subway car, pressing his camera against the glass. As the train barreled forward, it created a really cool vortex effect.
Behold, the City of Arts and Sciences. Built in Valencia, Spain, this amazing structure is more of a compound than a single work of architectural genius.
In early 2010, NASA took this gorgeous shot of Houston, Texas. Captured at night from the international space station, this image "depicts the roughly 100 kilometers (approximately 62 miles) east-west extent of the Houston metropolitan area."
You may or may not remember Lestoil, a heavy-duty concentrated cleaner that fights grease and stains. Well, they put together quite an interesting ad in 1968. There's a woman "from the future" holding her bottle of Lestoil, which, apparently, can be used to clean the moon.
The Interweb is ablaze with speculation surrounding today's "Back to the Mac" event. Chief among the predictions: a new and improved MacBook Air. So we thought we'd take a moment to revisit what we thought MacBook versions based on the three other "elements" would look like.
Google Sky is great when you want to see images from NASA or the Hubble Telescope. But what about a way to share images of space taken by individuals around the world?
Legos are pretty great. And the clever folks at SXSW know this all too well. So, they transformed part of the Austin Convention Center into a Lego pit so fantastic that the owner of Legos might even break into a gleeful giggle at the sight of it.