Terry Likens

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Paris Hilton Discovers Minimalism, Moves into Tiny House

In what is surely a sign of things to come, Paris Hilton, once the poster girl of conspicuous consumption, has adopted a minimalist lifestyle and has …

Efficient SIP Laneway House Pops Up in an Unused Urban Backyard in Vancouver

1/14<p>Vancouver Laneway House-Lanefab<p>Laneway houses are gaining in popularity in Canada as homeowners transform their unused backyards or garages into …

Microsoft's MS-DOS app will make you actually want a Windows Phone

In a surprisingly elaborate prank, Microsoft brought back MS-DOS Wednesday in the form of a Windows Phone app.<p>The app, which features both the …

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‘Why Is Dad So Mad?’ Veteran Writes Book to Explain His PTSD to His Daughter

As he pulls up her colorful blankets and tucks his daughter Raegan in for bed, Retired Army 1st Sgt. Seth Kastle knows that tonight “bedtime” will be a little different.<p>Tonight, Seth will read his daughters "Why Is Dad So Mad?" — a book he wrote about himself.<p>Kastle served for 16 years in the Army …

This Bike Safety Paint Is Invisible During The Day, Super Bright At Night

Spray on, wash off<p>Remember the glow-in-the-dark reindeer we wrote about last year? The same group that came up with an animal-safe spray paint to prevent herds of Santa's helpers from getting hit by cars has struck again--but this time they're keeping people safe instead of wildlife.<p>Reflective …

A Lonely Death

In rapidly ageing Japan, more people are dying alone and unnoticed. Specialist clean-up crews are on hand to cleanse "lonely death" apartments once …

Most Of The Web Is Invisible To Google. Here's What It Contains

A roadmap of the Internet's darkest alleys<p>You thought you knew the Internet. But sites such as Facebook, Amazon, and Instagram are just the surface. There’s a whole other world out there: the Deep Web.<p>It’s a place where online information is password protected, trapped behind paywalls, or requires …

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Watch this: John Oliver on net neutrality

It's Monday morning here in the U.S., and so it's perhaps a little early in the week (to say nothing about being early in the day) for politics. But …