Posts Tagged as: found-online

September 20, 2014

Bane Outtakes

This video is funny and well-done. But skip to 5:05 and the funny turns into some next-level shit.

July 14, 2014

Lemon Ninja

How is this guy not missing fingers?

Via kottke

May 13, 2014

Exploring an Abandoned German WW2 Bunker

I find this stuff fascinating. More good urban exploration at http://www.reddit.com/r/urbanexploration

February 20, 2014

The Cool To Do Drugs Pencil

This is an old story, but it still cracks me up. A classic tale of fail.

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February 12, 2014

Javascript “World” Simulation

This is brilliant. View the source to see what’s happening.

February 10, 2014

Creepy Texting Gag

This is an extremely simple yet fiendishly creepy gag to play on a friend. Via Jake Lambert on Twitter:

February 5, 2014

Manhattan’s best coffeehouses by subway stop

I came across this on Reddit. I can’t vouch for the validity, but it seems like a cool idea. Would love to see it extended to Brooklyn and Queens.

February 3, 2014

Mystery signal from a helicopter

This is one of the coolest/geekiest things I’ve ever seen.

After hearing digital interference in a YouTube video from a helicopter police chase, this hacker was able to figure out the helicopter’s flight path on Google Earth.

Here’s how she did it. Total badass.

Read the rest of her blog for some fun hacking adventures. This particular passage had me particularly entertained. While she was waiting to get some takeout food, the server handed her one of those papers that vibrates when your table is ready.

For this kind of situations I often carry my RTL2832U-based television receiver dongle with me (the so-called rtl-sdr). Luckily this was one of those days! I couldn’t help but tune in to 450.2500 MHz and see what’s going on there.

Gangster.

January 31, 2014

Where to Get the Best Nachos in NYC | Serious Eats : New York

I’m posting this for nothing else than my own personal reference.

Where to Get the Best Nachos in NYC | Serious Eats : New York.

Faceless Watch

I love this concept. A faceless watch that does nothing but vibrate once every 5 minutes.

Counting minutes with Durr, the watch without a face | The Verge.