The FDA Is Coming For Your E-Cigs

Gather ye e-cigarettes while ye may. According to a report from The New York Times, the FDA is preparing to announce "sweeping new rules" to regulate the sale of e-cigs, cigars, gels, and pipes. Tomorrow, the agency will unveil a "hundreds-of-pages-long" blueprint for the regulations—a long-delayed attempt to gain control… » 4/24/14 12:33am Today 12:33am

Pop an Ambien and watch happy Bob Ross happily washing his happy brush

I can watch Bob Ross forever. Back in college, I used to watch his program—The Joy of Paintingon late cable TV because he triggered my autonomous sensory meridian response like crazy. I'd get goosebumps and my blood pressure would drop. Here's that son of a gun washing his brush again and again and again. » 4/24/14 12:02am Today 12:02am

Dad saves a kid from getting hit by becoming faster than a superhero

Old man strength. The ability to fix anything broken inside the house. The impeccable sense of direction. The never ending wallet. Dads are basically real life superheroes. Especially this dad, who probably activated the secret powerful dad mode God code you get when you become a father that made him instantly realize… » 4/23/14 11:07pm Yesterday 11:07pm

Leopard steals a camera because, screw you humans and your cameras

It has to be really annoying to be in your turf and have all these people come like the pest to take photos of you and leave crap around. If I were this leopard I would have stolen the camera, break it, and then poop on it. But I'm glad he didn't so we could see this wonderful animal up close. » 4/23/14 9:11pm Yesterday 9:11pm

Dang, people don't notice the homeless even when they're family members

To most people living in cities around the world, the homeless have essentially become invisible. They blend into the streets, they're background noise, they're just a part of the fabric of a city like buildings and street lights and crosswalks. Only... they're human. Just like us. To prove how invisible the homeless… » 4/23/14 8:41pm Yesterday 8:41pm

Awesome chemical reactions that look like impossible sorcery

This is not a video trick. A person pours a transparent liquid and, suddenly, it turns black. It's the magic of chemistry, Mr. White. The reaction above is called the iodine clock reaction, which is a classic demonstration of chemical kinetics. But there are others, more complex and cooler than this. » 4/23/14 8:22pm Yesterday 8:22pm

How to Make a Drill-Powered Pepper Grinder

If you've ever cooked pepper steak, you know the feeling of your forearms cramping up after what seems like hours of twisting. Wouldn't it be wonderful if there were just a machine that did all the hard work? Lucky for you, there is, and it's probably in your garage. That is, if you still have film canisters lying… » 4/23/14 7:40pm Yesterday 7:40pm

The FCC (Still) Stinks at Defending the Internet

The FCC's soon-to-be-proposed rules on net neutrality reportedly won't stop broadband providers from giving better service to people that pay for it. That stinks. This was the agency's big chance to lock down a set of regulations that will keep the internet free and open, and it's letting America down. » 4/23/14 6:41pm Yesterday 6:41pm

Name Your Own Price On $655 Worth of Mac Apps

Mac Bundles remain a great way to get a bunch of great apps on the cheap. The latest bundle from StackSocial takes that mission to heart. You can now name their own price for 10 mac apps including RapidWeaver 5. This deal has crazy value: $655 of top software for NYOP. » 4/22/14 12:43pm Tuesday 12:43pm

Wake Up Like a Human, iPhone 5c, IPS Displays, SodaStream

If you're still waking up every morning to a shrill alarm clock, you owe it to yourself to give a wake-up light a try. Gizmodo has wholeheartedly recommended this Philips model in the past, and you can get it for only $52 today after clipping the $10 coupon. » 4/23/14 1:45pm Yesterday 1:45pm