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How to Make a Leather Sheath for a Knife (Or Anything Else) | The Art of Manliness

Sometimes you want an item close at hand: not in a pocket, but right there where you need it. A pocket watch, compass, knife, cell phone, or any …

A Solar-Powered Tent for the Power-Hungry Outdoor Nerd

We go camping to get away from it all. Well, <i>most</i> of it – just because you're in the bosom of the great outdoors doesn't mean you need to leave …

New Wearable Device Helps Blind Patients See Shapes and Colors

Dean Lloyd started losing his sight in his mid-twenties, while he was studying medicine in the early 1960s. His doctors diagnosed him with a …

Vanish from the Internet With This One-Stop Website

Even if you're not Edward Snowden, there are times when excising your social media presence is necessary. Companies usually don't make it easy, …

Plan an Epic Night on the Town With These Adventurous Apps | WIRED

Enchanted evenings don’t just happen. Good times take some serious planning. Optimize your playtime with these free smartphone apps.<p><b>Friends</b><p>iOS<p><b>GroupMe</b> …

How to Make a Rope Swing and Fly Like Tarzan: An Illustrated Guide | The Art of Manliness

Summer is swiftly coming to an end. One of the ways to enjoy the last of the warm weather weekends is to take an afternoon by the lake or river and …

Things All Scouts Should Know: 16 Camping and Life Hacks from 1911 | The Art of Manliness

<i>Editor’s note: In 1911, the first edition of</i> Boys’ Life <i>magazine was published. The first several issues included a short-lived section called “Things</i> …

Motivational Posters: Ernest Hemingway Edition | The Art of Manliness

I admittedly didn’t know much about Ernest Hemingway beyond his fine works of literature until I read Chris Hutcheson’s article, “The Hemingway You …

APOD: NGC 5195: The Dot Under the Question Mark (2013 Aug 31) Image Credit: Hubble Legacy Archive, NASA, ESA Processing: José Jiménez Priego http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap130831.html Explanation: Dwarf galaxy NGC 5195 is best known as the smaller companion of spiral M51, the Whirlpool galaxy. Seen together they seem to trace the curve and dot of a cosmic question mark, recorded in Lord Rosse's 19th century drawings as one of the original spiral nebulae. Dwarfed by enormous M51 (aka NGC 5194), NGC 5195 spans about 20,000 light-years. A close encounter with M51 has likely triggered star formation and enhanced that galaxy's prominent spiral arms. Processed from image data available in the Hubble Legacy Archive, this majestic close-up of NGC 5195 makes it clear that the dwarf galaxy now lies behind M51. A tidal bridge of dark dust clouds and young blue star clusters stretches from the outskirts of M51 on the right, appearing in silhouette against the dwarf galaxy's yellowish glow. The famous pair of interacting galaxies lie some 30 million light-years away, toward the handle of the Big Dipper, and the constellation of the Hunting Dogs. http://astromet.webnode.es/inicio/ Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page http://asterisk.apod.com/discuss_apod.php?date=130831 #APOD

Google Project Loon Explains Smart Balloon Flocking

Google launched one its most ambitious project to date when it unveiled Project Loon, its long-term project to provide balloon-powered Internet across the world, in June.<p>Loon is one of the Internet giant’s potentially world-changing efforts since it could bring millions of people in remote places …