Here’s a wonderful video by Franck Matellini showing daytime and night time in London right next to each other, all at the same time. The split screen effect is really neat because it’s so seamlessly done, as if people are stepping from day into night and vice versa in the same frame.
Blue is sleeping, red is their creative work, green is their actual day job (if they have it), yellow is food/leisure time and blue is exercise. By comparing all these successful famous creative people's daily schedules, I have figured out how to become one of them: sleep early and quit your day job.
It's Valentine's Day! Meaning everything is terrible. But things might get just a tiny bit better with a new app that Eternal Sunshines your Facebook timeline of your former ex quickly so you never have to worry about running into them again.
We live in a base-10 world. The decimal system governs everything from the binary functions of computers to the amount of change you get when you buy a Mashed Potato Slurpee. So why isn't the standard Earth day just 10 hours long? Credit the Egyptians for that one.
Your criminal record gets wiped clean the moment you turn 18, but every idiotic screenname and angst-ridden Xanga remains in perpetuity. GOOD had a few online journalists (including our own Mat "emptyage" Honan) share their first handles, to amusing but mostly harmless results.
You know that Father's Day is coming up. But if you're anything like me, "June 19th" still sounds distant enough that you haven't gotten off your ass to actually buy a gift. It's not too late. (But it almost is!) Here's a list of places that should have presents your dad won't hate, and that will still deliver by…
After a horrific shootout on the streets of Miami, Narces Benoit and his girlfriend witnessed the finale: police firing a barrage of rounds into a man's car. Narces recorded it. The police smashed his phone. But first? Hidden SD card.
In a survey of 7,000 16-to-30-year-olds, a not-entirely-surprising 53 percent chose tech over their sense of smell. Most of us here at Giz picked tech, since we'd obviously be massively unemployed without it. When we put the question to you on Twitter, most of you agreed with us, though our readers might not be the…
From Tokyo to New York to Cuzco to Istanbul, this video shows one day in the life of the world, shot with a Canon 5D2 and EF24mm-F2.8 lens. I just want to go to the airport and leave now.
Surprise! The Ferrari seen in Ferris Bueller's Day Off wasn't really wrecked—if it was, I doubt the owner would be expecting bids of around $45,000 for it.
Between Twitter-holic dates, Facebook relationship status changes, sexting, gadget mishaps, and that time you emailed nude pictures to your ex, there are plenty of ways for tech to affect relationships. What we want are your Valentine's Day romance horror stories.
Wondering where to get all of tomorrow's free comics that we listed earlier, because you don't know where your nearest comic store is? Don't worry. Now there's an iPhone app for that.
Upon my return from windy Chicago, the first thing I did was round up a pile of smokin' hot deals. Check out today's best bargains on gadget wares.
How about easing away the boredom of a slow Friday workday with a little retail therapy?
Get ready for that summer cross-country trip you've been hankering for with a snazzy new GPS, headphones, and netbook. Not man enough? George Clooney will teach you how.
I hope you don't hate saving money and other cool things, like free ice cream. Can't turn that down, can you?
We got to know Charlie Day's crew of holo-deck abusing, baby dick robots, via a leaked Boldly Going Nowhere script. It's spot-on manic humor set in space, that would make Futurama's writers blush. Spoilers ahead.
Everything I've ever wanted to know, I've learned from scifi movies — especially when it comes to surviving the end of days. Be it a vengeful Mother Nature, plague, monsters, animal packs or the undead, any kind of doomsday , I'll be ready for. The key is to follow the steps of past scifi characters (or learn from…