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35 Classic Movies You Might Not Realize You’ve Been Misquoting

By Nico Lang,<p>Comment<br>• FlagFlagged<br>• http://tcat.tc/18XoQrH<p>Did you know that Tarzan never actually said, “Me Tarzan, you Jane”? The quote is taken off of a …

Choose Your Side with New ‘Cover Your Ears’ as Part of 'Limited Time Magic' at Disney Parks

I think nearly everyone has a favorite Disney hero and villain. Donald Duck is my favorite hero while Hades from Disney’s ‘Hercules’ my favorite …

GLaDOS Actress and a Portal Gun Help Guy Adorably Propose to Boyfriend

People propose at fan conventions like PAX, Comic-Con or GenCon all the time. And, yes, many of these declarations of love involve costumes. But a …

14-Year Old Girl Calmly Destroys Complex Guitar Solos

This is a video of 14-year old Tina S playing 'Vivaldi Tribute' by Patrick Rondat, "a guitar adaptation of Presto, the third movement of "Summer" …

The Most Important Book on Color Theory Is Now an iPad App

If you are at all interested in design or art, enlighten yourself with one of the most important books on color ever written. It's called <i>The</i> …

What Is the Best Song To Type To?

Different folks like different music for different kinds of work. Some don't like background tunes at all. But when it comes to typing—real non-stop …

This Transforming Concept Apartment Is a Dozen Rooms at Once

Here at Gizmodo, we love us some transforming apartments. On top of being space-efficient, they are just so damn cool. And this partially prototyped …

The ultimate in space-saving travel tech

Trying to keep it to carry-on? This list of essential and compact travel gadgets and tips will make your trip easier – and your luggage lighter – without skimping on fun and convenience.<p>'Travel Gear' by Eric Ritchey. Creative Commons Sharealike Attribution licence<p><b>Ebook reader</b><p>Books are beautiful, …

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Success!<p>Featured videos<p>Travel inspiration<p>What can you do about overtourism?<p>Venice, Barcelona, Dubrovnik... more and more destinations are struggling to cope with the sheer number of visitors they attract. Is there anything a traveller can do in response to the growing challenge of overtourism?…<p>Read …

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New York City's top shopping strips

<i>This is an excerpt from the Shopping chapter of Lonely Planet's</i> <i>New York City</i> <i>guide.</i><p>To the question ‘Where do I shop?’, NYC answers ‘How much you got?’ Well-funded shoppers head to Midtown’s Fifth Ave and the Upper East Side’s Madison Ave. SoHo has high-end boutiques stocking the wares of …

America's legendary drives

With over four million miles of highway, the USA offers more road trips than anyone could tackle in one lifetime. Whether you’re itching to peek into Wild West history, or just longing for a big ol’ soulful dose of nature’s vistas, you’ll find them along America’s backroads and byways. Here are our …

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One day in Brooklyn: the perfect itinerary

For many first-time visitors to New York, New York equals Manhattan. But just a couple of subway stops across the river lies a whole other delicious world that deserves your exploration. So set aside a day to take a tour of Brooklyn, with these hand-picked highlights from Brooklyn local, Brian …

What makes a terrible airport (and what would make an amazing one)

To mark Lonely Planet’s sponsorship of the iconic 1917 Curtiss JN-4 ‘Flying Jenny’ Biplane’s commemorative air tour this summer we’re exploring aviation's history and continued impact on travel. Here we take a look at what makes a terrible airport - and what would make an amazing one.<p>You can find …

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Tiny countries that pack a big punch

Size isn't everything. Here are ten of the smallest countries in the world. Some of them are rarely visited, except by travellers collecting visa stamps. Most are islands, often far flung. Their wealth varies, from nearly the highest per capita GDP to nearly the lowest, but all still manage to …

10 delicious kid-friendly foods of the world

Parents remain ever hopeful as we strive to introduce different foods into our children's diets. Whether your family is travelling the world, or just looking for a little variety in your home kitchen, international cuisine can be a source of inspiration and nutrition. Here are 10 foods from around …

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5 School-Worthy iPad Alternatives

Think Apple’s iPad and iPad mini are the only go-to tablets for educators? Well, think again, because here are five iPad alternatives that offer …

Microsoft Office Comes to Android Phones

Microsoft Office made big waves in mobile earlier this summer when it came to the iPhone, but now it's making an even bigger splash on the world's …

Dozens of Movie Superhits Blended Into One Mega-Epic Trailer

We've seen our share of epic trailers — especially with all the superhero megahits that came out in recent years — but this one, called ETERNA, beats …

The 17 Types of People You See at Any Nerd Convention

San Diego Comic Con has wrapped up and E3 has been long over, which means two of the biggest "nerd" conventions are gone until next year. That's …

The Doubleclicks: Nothing to Prove (Girls Can Be Geeks Too)

Geeks come in all shapes, sizes, forms, kinds, heights, hair colors, ethnicities and yes, even gender. This lovely little music video by The …

Bar Bathroom Urinal Can Tell If You're Drunk, Notify Valet

This is the video of the Pee Analyzer, an unoriginally named bathroom urinal that tests your piss for alcohol content then informs you if you're over …

I Got Bit By A Spider, Check Out This Comic-Con Gallery

I got bit by some gnarly spider last night and the skin is starting to deteriorate so I'm heading to the doctor, presumably to have my arm chopped …

This MS Paint maestro is 97 years old and legally blind

In an age of widespread vector illustration and Cintiq tablets you’d be hard pressed to find someone clinging to Microsoft Paint, but for 97-year-old Hal Lasko, it’s the only way to create. The video below was created by Josh Bogdan and Hal’s grandson, Ryan Lasko, and it takes a look at the …