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Watch: This Is What It Looks Like To Get Tasered

(Literally) the most shocking Internet video ever made, with GIFs!<p><b>Ever see the bad guys taken down</b> on <i>Cops</i> and wondered just what it would feel like to get zapped by a Taser? Photographer Patrick Hall did, and he decided to make an art project out of it. Getting together a group of (willing) models, …

Revival Cycles Harley Sportster 883

Revival Cycles are known mostly for their show-stopping Moto Guzzi customs. So it should feel strange to see a Harley roll out of the Texas workshop. But somehow, it doesn’t: this Sportster 883 is exactly what you’d expect from Alan Stulberg and crew when it comes to style and quality.<p>The story of …

Super Motor Company Lucky Punk

We hear a lot about the rise of the Chinese-built motorcycle, and how it’s going to change the industry in the western world. Well, this is the story of a westerner trying to beat the Chinese at their own game. And yes, it’s messy.<p>The star of this cautionary tale is Dimitri Hettinga, who runs …

Horse Tracks: New and improved Von Miller

There appears to be a new and improved Von Miller at Broncos camp this year. This time last year we were dealing with a pending Von Miller …

5 Productivity Hacks (Or, How To Stop Hating Work)

In their popular New York Times piece, “Why You Hate Work,” Tony Schwartz and Christine Porath discuss a study of 12,000 white-collar workers they conducted in collaboration with the Harvard Business Review to find out what feeds real productivity. They found that people are most productive and …

AT&T and Udacity partner to create the 'nanodegree,' a new type of college degree

Online education provider Udacity has partnered with AT&T to create a new type of college degree, the “nanodegree.” The vocationally focused nanodegree is designed to be a lifelong learning portfolio that would be widely recognized by the tech industry and far cheaper to obtain.<p>Since last year, …

27 Tips for Mastering Anything

This story originally appeared on Business Insider<p>What does it take to become a master at your craft? Is genius innate, or can it be learned?<p>In his book, "<i>Mastery</i>," Robert Greene draws from the latest research, interviews modern masters, and examines the lives of former greats like Albert Einstein, …

The US government doesn't want you to know the cops are tracking you

Thought the NSA was bad? Local police and the Obama administration are hoovering cellphone location data from inside your house, and a crackdown could lead to surveillance reform<p>All across America, from Florida to Colorado and back again, the country's increasingly militarized local police forces …

Fatdoor Wants to Connect You With Your Neighbors Through Drones

In the "what will they think of next" category, social network Fatdoor hopes to connect you with your neighbors through the use of drones. Yup, drones.<p>Imagine borrowing a cup of sugar by sending a quadcopter next door, controlled by your smartphone. You could also deliver a cupcake to your …

Plan X will let soldiers fight cyberwars without a keyboard in 2017

DARPA is using the Oculus Rift to send troops into cyberspace<p>Plan X is an ambitious scheme, designed by DARPA, to allow all branches of the US military to fight back against electronic attacks. Now DARPA has announced the plan, which aims to allow soldiers to enter a visualized version of …

Uri Alon: Why truly innovative science demands a leap into the unknown

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