“Skate Everything” is perhaps the greatest YouTube series of our time. It shows what happens when you try skating random flattish objects including: a flatscreen TV, iPhone 6, Harry Potter book, saw blade, toilet seat, ironing board, ladder, MacBook Pro, cutting board and lots, lots more.
Prince died today, age 57. Very few people in the world could say they properly knew him in any way, beyond the way his music impacted all who listened to it. But filmmaker and famed raconteur Kevin Smith was once asked to create a documentary for the Purple One, and the result is this incredibly strange story.
Next time, take the car with you, dude.
Hey nerds. It turns out y’all like Game of Thrones, so Gawker’s new video department put together this reminder of all the crazy things that happened in Season 4 you need to know before this weekend’s season premiere.
No, seriously, it's MAGIC! And it's for a festival of Magic.
Here is a human being playing the Star Spangled Banner using a gun and musical targets.
This isn't really car related, but I thought it was funny that Amazon suggested I buy my own book. It's also funny that they think both that my book was a Business and Investing book, or that I may buy Business and Investing books.
Business Insider's collection of maps that show how Americans speak English differently from one another is incredible. See? There's a reason I call it a traffic circle!
Unbeknownst to me, there was a TV show in the '80s called Matt Houston. It's basically a low-rent Magnum P.I. but only much, much better. It also curiously mimics my life.
David Foster Wallace was a novelist and writer with an interesting view on life. He wanted all of us to think not about how we get up, get in a car, go to work, get in a car, and go to sleep again. He wanted us to really consider everything that happens in between, and how we are all small fish in a big pond.
D.C. library to get 3D printer, which means Patrick George can start printing out his own E30 matchbox cars.
If you crank up the pitch on the new Daft Punk song, it kinda sounds like Michael Jackson is singing a long-lost track from Off the Wall.
Everyone's favorite stair-car related program is making a triumphant return to the internets at the end of next month. That's right, Arrested Development is coming back. Sit back, relax, grab some candy beans, and lets laugh at some GIFs.
Forty-three years ago today, two groups of mangy computer nerds sat huddled around their massive computers. Sweat made thick-rimmed glasses slide too far down noses as the word "lo" was transmitted, for the first time via computer, from UCLA to Stanford.
On that show, Allen's grunting, not-so-handy man struggled to affirm himself at home, where his wife's upwardly mobile intellectualism and the burden of raising three rabble-rousing sons posed a tacit affront to his "fathers knows best" ideals. Allen's character took to the garage to find himself, tinkering on an…
This is the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Washington, D.C., and there are still soldiers standing guard out front as Hurricane Sandy's power mounts.
MI6 has a French agent being chased by five enemy operatives. Her only chance of survival is you, and your only method of communication is a command line chat window. Can you somehow guide her away from danger and capture the enemy operatives for interrogation?
Camouflage has been an important part of combat since the Prussian army adopted its feldgrau uniforms to blend in with Northern Europe's grayish fields in the 19th century. Armed forces have come a long way since then, using research tested patterns to break up the outlines of troops, trucks and aircraft, making them…
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo has spoken out in favor of a Maryland ballot initiative that would legalize gay marriage. Yahoo has published a letter that Maryland state delegate Emmett C. Burns Jr. wrote last week to Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti, urging him to "inhibit such expressions from your…
Sure, we have the X-Games and X-treme Cheese Nachosplosion Doritos now in our modern age, but the extreme skateboarders and snowboarders and parkourists and whomever aren't fit to boil parrafin for the extreme sportsmen of a century ago. Take these fellows here, who, as a 1912 copy of Popular Mechanics tells us, rode…