It's not only Buffalo engulfed in a terrifying snow wall. Yesterday was the coldest November morning since 1976: More than 85% of the surface of the contiguous United States reached or fell below freezing. This is much more anomalous than last year's polar vertex: Ten degrees celsius below normal temperatures!
Camping is cheap, but get serious, and the camping gear is not. It's actually totally possible to stay warm, dry and comfortable in the outdoors for virtually no money, you'll just have to sacrifice some weight and convenience. Here's how.
I'm man enough to admit when I'm wrong. And declaring the Snuggle Suit the last word in Snuggie technology was most definitely one of those times. The Coz-E is the heated Snuggie of your closest-held dreams.
If you were put off by the stigma associated with the Snuggie, try one saturated with Street Fighter IV imagery. And it's actually being sold, somewhere, for $20.
Thanks to students at North Carolina State University (my alma mater), looking like a tool may extend beyond the surly bonds of Earth. Their "Space Snuggie" concept could shield future astronauts from radiation.
The Slanket, the Snuggie, the Freedom Blanket or the supremely expensive and extravagant Blankoat? This is the most important question of the millennium. You're about to know the answer.
While sleeves with blankets are not new, our partners-in-crime at Jezebel have discovered this funny remix of the terrifying Snuggie infomercial, perfect for Tibetan monks and dummies. [Jezebel]
Why eat in the dark when you can shove a bunch of LEDs on a picnic blanket and call it a day? We can't come up with a reason, so head on over to Instructables to see how you can build your own.
Global warming, schmobal warming. I don't know about the rest of the country, but it is cold as hell in the Midwest. And for those cold WoW session, this USB heating blanket should do the trick. It is available for $25 from Brando. Add in some USB heating gloves and slippers for the ultimate toasty computing…