Why spend a ton on buying some fancy stylus for your tablet when there are tons of other pen-like objects you can use or make to operate a touchscreen? Take for instance, this ordinary chopstick.
Of course, you can't go poking the thing without adding a conductive foam on the tip (the same thing used in keyboards, TV remote controls and packaging gadgets) Next, you'll need a copper wire to wrap around the chopstick so you're connected to the phone. Check out Instructables user hixair for the rest of the steps.
Ever had someone mispronounce your name before? It happens to me all the time. How hard is it to pronounce Aaron? From ARR-ron to "a, ron" to "Ay ron', you are bound to have heard the many variations of your name. This comedy sketch from Key & Peele perfectly reflects those times. Watch the hilarious skit after the jump! Read more
Ever wonder what Spider-Man's iconic costume used to look like? The team at Halloween Costumes has got you covered! Check out the infographic below which reveals the entire evolution of the webslinger's sleek spandex suit. Read more
Richard Branson is more than just some founder of a billion dollar company. This smart businessman is also very passionate about important issues like getting those damn carbon emissions under control. Read more