Daniel Wayman

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Photos: The world’s most impressive outdoor mazes and labyrinths

Outdoor mazes and labyrinths have captured our imagination for centuries, harking back to King Minos of Crete’s elaborate, winding structure to corral the hulking Minotaur in Greek mythology.<p>AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez<p>Corn mazes, especially plentiful in the US, provide farmers an additional source …

Northern Ireland

The right way to pack for camping trips — according to a pro

To that end, we enlisted Sheppard to assemble a packing list anyone can refer to in preparation for a camping trip.<p>"Before setting out on purchasing camping gear, you want to ask yourself a few simple questions. That way, you can set your sights on what's going to make this the best possible …

Camping

Easy Home Made Bacon

Introduction: Easy Home Made Bacon<p>Bacon is easy and fun to make at home. It's just pork belly that's been cured and smoked; both are things you can …

The last places on Earth with no invasive species

Pockets of land and water that are free from ‘alien’ species are few and far between, finds Rachel Nuwer. Yet could we reverse the tide of these pests?<p>When Piero Genovesi received my email, his interest was piqued. Is there anywhere left, I asked, free from invasive species? Genovesi chairs the …

Android Circuit: Samsung's Painful Choice, HTC's Galaxy S6 Killer, Android's 64-bit Vulnerability

Taking a look back at the week’s news across the Android world, this week’s Android Circuit highlights a number of stories including Samsung’s dramatic switch to Exynos from Qualcomm in the Galaxy S6, more SnapDragon 810 issues with Xiaomi and OnePlus, why the 64-bit issue is Apple’s fault, the …

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Whoa! Talk about matching toys, could you camp with these?

MB&F Horological Machine No. 6: Space Pirate

Max Büsser, the man behind some of the most unusual timepieces in the world, says that "no one needs a watch to tell time." Instead, he thinks about the watches his company MB&F (Maximilian Büsser and friends) creates as a collaborative process in "kinetic sculpture that also tells time, but that's …

Watches

Branson admits SpaceShip Two crash casts doubt on space tourism project

Sir Richard Branson acknowledged on Saturday that his dream of commercial space tourism may have ended in the explosion that consumed Virgin Galactic’s test craft SpaceShipTwo in the skies above California’s Mojave desert.<br>After rushing overnight to the scene of Friday’s accident, the Virgin chief …

22 Beautiful Stairs That Will Make Climbing To The Second Floor Less Annoying

Our spiral staircase photography post already proved that even something as mundane as stairs can be absolutely beautiful. We decided to expand on …

Architecture

The Hummingbird Effect: How Galileo Invented Timekeeping and Forever Changed Modern Life

While we appreciate it in the abstract, few of us pause to grasp the miracles of modern life, from artificial light to air conditioning, as <b>Steven Johnson</b> puts it in the excellent <b>How We Got to Now: Six Innovations That Made the Modern World</b> (<i>public library</i>), “how amazing it is that we drink water …

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Tentsile unveils its smallest, lightest, and most affordable tree tent to date

UK-based company Tentsile recently unveiled its latest off-ground tent. The Connect follows the basic design of Tentsile's previous Stingray and …

Outrageous Camping Gear You Must Own

Navarre Beach Helicopter Jump

'Simpsons' writers give epic marathon survival guide

On Thursday at the strike of 10 a.m. ET, FXX will drop an absurdly daunting challenge into the laps of channel surfers by airing all 552 episodes of</i> …

SteriPEN Ultraviolet Water Sterilization Technology

SteriPEN harnesses the brilliant power of ultraviolet light to make water safe to drink. It’s the same technology used by leading bottled water …

Top 8 Most Innovative Pinball Machines of All Time

At Popular Mechanics, we've got gaming geeks, energy experts, resident astronauts and roboticists—even an extreme surgeon. But no one's got our gadget guru beat on his pinball wizardry. From the invention of solid-state guts to holographic playing fields, from the advent of anticheating devices to …

Woolfe: Red Riding Hood as you've never seen her before

It's strange, isn't it, that more folktales aren't considered as a source of inspiration for games? They usually involve a sympathetic hero, trials and tribulations, and -- if done well -- can have something interesting to say. Tale of Tales' The Path and American McGee's Alice are good examples of …

WW1 Centenary Is Remembered on Flipboard

One hundred years ago today, Britain made a life-changing decision, declaring war on Germany in defense of its friend and neighbor, Belgium. Serbia …

Remembrance Day

What happens to the unprotected human body in space?

It's a recurring horror in sci-fi: the hull is pierced, a human is trapped without equipment in an airlock about to open, a door needs to be opened in order to expel something undesirable. With no air and almost zero pressure, the human body isn't going to last long without some form of …

How Censors Killed The Weird, Experimental, Progressive Golden Age Of Comics

Comics histories sometimes reduce the Golden Age to the Superman Age: an era of lily white, squeaky-clean, manly-man heroes punching bank robbers and selling World War II propaganda. But the raucous variety of early comics is much more complex. For a weird, wild, 15-year span beginning in the late …

Graphic Novels

Review: Sena 20S Bluetooth headset – now with 2 km range and audio multitasking

So I’ve been looking forward to getting my hands on the upgrade – and I’m happy to say that Sena seems to have improved the product in just about …

19 Medicinal Trees - Preparing for shtf

There are many common trees in North America that can be used as medicine and unlike medicinal herbs, tree medicines can be used year round. Being …

Summer Drinks Around the World: 12 Regional Specialties You Might Not Know

Ice-cold cocktails, lemonades, and sodas taste good all year round, but they truly become a necessity right about now, when just making it through another day of obscene temperatures and sticky humidity is a victory worth celebrating. These cooling drinks relieve our thirst, yes, but more than …

Kayak Trolling Motor

DIY Bone Conduction Bike Helmet<p>Canoe Paddle - Custom Cherry Wood Paddle<p>Homemade Pontoon Boat<p>Rockets Class<p>40lbs thrust on the back of my skinoe! nice …

Somebody Flew a Drone Into a Fireworks Display and This Is What Happened

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to fly through a fireworks display?<p>This video, shot from a drone with an on-board camera, shows exactly …

How To Blow $9 Billion: The Fallen Stroh Family

<b>AS WITH MANY OF AMERICA’S GREAT FORTUNES,</b> the Stroh family’s story starts with an immigrant: Bernhard Stroh, who arrived in Detroit from Germany in 1850 with $150 and a coveted family recipe for beer. He sold his brews door-to-door in a wheelbarrow. By 1890 his sons, Julius and Bernhard Jr., were …

18 Ingenious Kitchen Organizing Tips from Our Readers

We get a lot of good ideas from you guys (like this one about how to put cheap cutting boards to good use!). So just for fun, we've rounded up 18 of …

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