Mike Plecke

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Mini DIY Super Computer Built For Under $100

Anyone who would like to build their very own mini super computer may be interested in this awesome build which has been created called Broccoli and …

4 Sleeve Splitting Supersets for Superhero Arms

If you what to grow then you need to add supersets. A basic definition of a superset is when you do two exercises back to back with little to no rest …

N30 Pro and F30 Pro Controllers

Inspired by the most powerful weapon in Konami's 2D masterpiece,<br>Castlevania: Symphony of the night, we designed the Pro controllers to be the most pow …

Beastie Boys Rapping Over Daft Punk Is the Greatest Collaboration That Never Was

This full album is amazing.<p>Imagine it's 1997. The Beastie Boys are a decade into their career, prepping their fifth studio album, and hear the robot house debut of a French duo called Daft Punk. What if they had reached out to Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo to produce some beats …

Rap & Hip-Hop

Tony Horton's Fat Shredding Bodyweight Workout

Tony Horton could have hung it up by now and retired comfortably. But the creator of the mega-popular P90X series (now used on some U.S. military …


Mind-altering plants and fungi from peyote to coffee at Kew Gardens – in pictures

From the ancient Aztecs to Woodstock hippies, mind-altering plants have been used by different cultures for thousands of years, for everything from shamanic rituals to staying awake. A new exhibition at London’s Kew Gardens looks at some of the most popular. It runs until 12 October 2014

Turn A Shoe Box Into A Phone Projector [Video]

Buy some new crocs, gain a mini movie theater.<p>Don’t watch that YouTube clip on a tiny screen—project it onto the wall instead! The picture may not be movie-theater quality, but it improves if the phone is very bright and the room is very dark.<p>Time: 20 minutes<p>Cost: $2<p>Difficulty: Easy<p>Materials<p>• Shoe …

Gear & Gadgets

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