Drummer Andrew W.K. is known for his music and partying, and right now he's going to play the drums for 24 straight hours. He's now about 10 hours in, which you can view in the live stream attached below:
Facebook is rolling out photo comments, where users can comment on posts with images rather than just words. It was originally built during a Facebook employee hackathon. Photo comments are beginning to roll out globally on the web as well as on the Facebook mobile site. Unfortunately users can't leave photo comments within Facebook's mobile apps, but they're viewable.
News broke out in 2012 that a feature-length Lego movie was happening and slated for a 2014 release. And it's true! It's going to happen! The first trailer shows LEGO figures and reveals that it's based on a "chosen one" kinda plot. And a lot of superhero mentions.
Berlin-based designers Ying Zhang and Ida Thonsgaard created a system called Playtime, which is a collection of chairs and tables made out of thin layers of tessellated wooden triangles, backed by a textile laminate. When these pieces are unfolded, they're flat like rugs. But when you snap together the embedded system of magnets and clips, each piece transforms into a 3D side table or stool. The surfaces are covered in patterns inspired by Japanese origami and Nordic textiles.
AMD is reported to be taking a leap into unknown territory as it prepares its first ever ARM chip.
Codenamed "Seattle", the new chip is apparently based on the architecture designed by ARM, which is now prolific in smartphones and tablets. According to the Wall Street Journal, the chips will be aimed at server systems where the same power savings required by mobile apps are becoming increasingly attractive.
This fun project was done by photographer Leo Caillard, who says he was inspired after spending a day the Louvre in Paris. The purpose of the project is 'to catch the eye of the beholder by the marriage of two worlds so different'
Superman might be able to fly faster than a bullet and punch through walls, but these parody covers done by College Humor proves that there are just some problems that even the Man of Steel can't solve. Who would have thought that technology would be his biggest downfall?
The eclectic founder of the well-known antivirus software company doesn't seem to be too worried about those murder charges from 2012. Here he is starring in a cheeky video that explains how to uninstall the program from your computer, although we doubt you'd be able to pay attention to anything after the 2:40 mark.
"(I Wanna) Channing All Over Your Tatum" is a new music video from the likes of Jimmy Kimmel, and stars everyone from Olivia Munn to Jamie Foxx to Channing himself singing about how much they love Channing Tatum (because what's not to love?) The song is even catchy enough to sound like something that could have been a big hit in the 90s.
If you had to watch only one weird video this week, then we recommend you hit play on this clip from the Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. In it, host Jimmy Fallon and actor Brad Pitt have a comical yodel conversation set atop two rooftops in New York City. Who would have thought that these two would be so harmonious together?
If you're an avid fan of all things steak, then you're probably already familiar with the difference between a T-Bone steak and a Porterhouse. As for the rest of us, here's a video from the folks at America's Test Kitchen to offer a simple explanation on why one costs so much more than the other.
So apparently Adam Levine has come up with a "unique" aroma which he says will be released really soon. According to People magazine, the Maroon 5 singer's first fragrance called 222 will be released for both sexes. The scents will “reflect [his] personality and style” and will retail at Macy's for around $36-$65.
These pencil tip-looking things look like an abstract art installation, but they're actually really the art of science. These infinitely repeating barbs are part of the anechoic chambers at the Technical University of Denmark. They basically absorb sound and electromagnetic waves so scientists can test wave-emitting devices for things like volume and clarity.
Don't drink and drive! But how do you know when you're too drunk to drive? Our intoxicated minds always make us feel we're more sober than we think, which is where Tokyoflash's latest watch can help save some lives.