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Everyone loves a steamy reality TV show. And everyone loves a cute kid. Jimmy Kimmel combined the two with a reality show starring a cute kid: Baby Bachelor.
In the genius sketch for Jimmy Kimmel Live, the adorable toddler Wesley (Kimmel’s nephew) meets other adorable toddlers in hopes of finding true kiddy love. The kid version of the show promises to be just as drama packed as ABC’s primetime Bachelor, with its hair pulling and wine throwing.
Wesley, here’s to hoping you find a lady friend who loves dinosaurs as much as you. And remember, if this doesn’t work out, there’s always Baby Dancing With the Stars to look forward to next. Read more…
It’s never too late for an aging rock outfit to reinvent itself, as Stone Temple Pilots set out to prove by inviting Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington to perform with the band in the studio and in concert.
Bennington made a surprise performance with STP at KROQ’s annual Weenie Roast concert Saturday night, according to Rolling Stone. He sang some of the band’s biggest hits from the ’90s like “Vasoline,” “Plush” and “Interstate Love Song.”
Stone Temple Pilots also performed its new song recorded with Bennington, “Out of Time.” A teaser of the song was put on YouTube Saturday, before the band released the whole thing for download. Read more…
Smartphones have made taking panoramic photos easy for even amateur iPhotographers (or photoids). Unfortunately, easy doesn’t always mean stellar quality.
Panoramic fails have resulted in disembodied heads, extra-long Corgis and funhouse mirror-style bodies. Ouch
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Congratulations, today is the day you graduate from student to real-world adult. It’s terrifying and exciting, happy and sad, exhilarating and slightly mundane (the hours-long process of people receiving their diplomas can really be a drag)
All in all, the process of graduation is bittersweet, age-old and marks the end of an era. To help you cope with the many emotions that are sure to crop up throughout the day, here is a graduation GIF guide
And remember, that awkward hat/tassel combo makes everyone look terrible in pictures and gives horrid hat hair, so pack a brush Read more…
Digital cameras are great, but like most electronics, they likely won’t withstand the test of time in, say, a century from now.
So Slovenian industrial designer and self-taught carpenter Elvis Halilović developed pinhole cameras that he and his brother make out of locally-harvested chestnut and maple wood. The ONDU Pinhole Cameras, as Halilović has branded them, were created in six different dimensions and sizes, as further explained in the video above. The designs can accommodate everything from 35mm to 4-by-5-inch film to even larger paper.
Pinhole cameras don’t use lenses. Instead, they feature a pin-sized hole to produce an image, according to Halilović. To expose images on the film, you just open the shutter by moving it up, and then close it by moving it down. Read more…
Not all iPad games are created equal, especially when it comes to cost. You might download a great game only to fall into a trap of ugly graphics, bad controls and in-app purchases.
Lucky for you, we’ve tested 15 games for their fun factors — and they’re all free. You’ll find complicated strategy games, creative titles and games you can play against your friends.
Check out our list above. Do you have a favorite free game we missed? Share it with us in the comments
Homepage image courtesy of Adult Swim Games. Read more…
Greg Sullivan, Microsoft’s Windows Phone marketing lead, was grinning from ear to ear when we sat down for an interview earlier this week. Market research firm IDC had just anointed his phone platform a solid Number 3, beating the once-dominant Blackberry platform for the first time.
“It’s very refreshing,” Sullivan told me.
Granted, Windows Phone and Blackberry are fighting over scraps. That same report indicated that 92% of all shipping smartphones are on the Android and iOS platforms. Still, for Microsoft it’s a victory of sorts — maybe even a sign of momentum.
Sullivan said Microsoft thinks of this progress in the way one would a flywheel. “It takes a lot of energy to start it and get it going and you see the progress and it feels like it’s very slow progress. It’s the tipping point; you get to critical mass or momentum that’s self-sustaining.” Read more…
Google Glass may have stolen the show at Google I/O this year, but Glass wasn’t the only pair of smart glasses displayed at the event. Enter Epson Moverio
Epson used used I/O as a place to showcase its Moverio BT-100 smart glasses, with an exhibit in the YouTube Developers Sandbox showing the high-tech glasses running a virtual YouTube wall.
Unlike Google Glass, which displays information in a small corner above your line of sight, Epson’s glasses display content directly in front of you as an overlay on top of the world. The result is what looks to be an 80-inch display hovering in front of you, which can contain information about the space you’re in, the people you’re around, or about a particular project you’re working on Read more…
Google Glass is one of the hottest gadgets on the planet right now, but not everyone’s a fan. In fact, there are many people worried about privacy.
In this Sunday Comic, we see that the government is concerned, too — just for a slightly different reason.
I recently had a chance to speak with a fiction writer and a memoir writer that sold the movie rights to her book. The writing advice I got from both of them was different than that I’ve received from professional bloggers and online marketers. They were both writers first and bloggers second and the result [...]
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