It’s the most beautiful time of the year: Fall. And luckily for us, all of you pulled out your cameras to give us a look at the beautiful leaves ranging from Calgary to Croatia.
Your education doesn’t have to stop once you leave school. We’ve put together a curriculum of some of the best free online classes available on the web this fall for the latest term of Lifehacker U, our regularly-updating guide to improving your life with free, online college-level classes. Let’s get started.
With its turquoise waters surrounded by dark red rock, Arizona’s Havasupai Falls and its surrounding area have to be the prettiest in the nation. Watch as our friends from Los Angeles Swimmin’ make the arduous hike in, then jump off some cliffs.
The leaves of fall are one of the most gorgeous gifts from nature. Every year, we ask you to share your best photo of the season. And as usual, you didn't disappoint.
It's a Gizmodo tradition. Every year, we ask you to photograph the beautiful colors of fall. So for this week's Shooting Challenge, we want you to share your best fall photos, taken any time this year.
It's the time of year where people go out into rural America seeking swollen gourds and fermented apple juice all in the name of Fall Fun™. And because timing is everything when it comes to these things, this beautiful fall foliage forecast map will aid you in your important quest to see the most chlorophyll-free…
First, for your Friday afternoon enjoyment, here is a video of every Tim Allen grunt from Home Improvement at 25 percent speed. It's one hour long and I hear anyone who watches the entire thing gets a free chainsaw.
Ouch. That has got to hurt. Ice climber Mark R. was climbing up a mountain when he was sent plummeting down by a piece of falling ice that hit him. He then basically avalanches down the mountain side and hits every rock down the way. It's like a scene from Game of Thrones but completely real. And even more insane…
It's become something of a tradition. Every autumn, we enlist you to take the most beautiful photos of the most beautiful season that you can. And every year, you outdo yourselves.
Fall isn't the time for delicate cooking to protect svelter waistlines. It's roasted and sugared fruits and fats. Winter is coming. But so is dessert.
A lot of people celebrate the foods of spring—the first green things that sprout from the ground after a thaw. But if spring is about revitalization, autumn is about comfort—sweet and savory spiced foods that fatten you up for winter and pair perfectly with a nap.
This week marks the end of summer and the first days of fall. It also marks the start of fourth annual Fall Shooting Challenge. Don't worry if things are still green by you—the results aren't due next week—but you can enter starting...NOW!
Don't watch this video. No, seriously, it's really rough. The best thing is that Matthew Gough, the guy who plummets while base jumping, actually survived the fall with only minor injuries. He hit the ground at 40mph from a 1,000 foot cliff because his parachute malfunctioned. The footage is taken from his helmet cam.
John Naughton at the Guardian has a perfect—albeit obvious—observation: Despite their overwhelming dominance, Facebook and Apple will eventually fall. "History should teach us that for today's technology industry titans, the only way is down." That goes for Google, too. And Amazon. It's inevitable.
Fall. It's the most beautiful time of year. And over the past few months, Gizmodo photographers have been documenting the yellows, oranges and browns of the season. Here are 100 beautiful entries in this year's Fall Shooting Challenge.
This is pretty unbelievable. Richard Henriksen, a basejumper, fell off a steep rock cliff after his high bar collapsed yet he still somehow survived. Watch the video and wait until the very end, Henriksen and the whole setup both disappear and plunge to the ground.
Every year, there's a temporal waterfall seemingly flowing with lava down the East side of El Capitan, the massive granite formation in Yosemite Park, California. Only people at the right place and time are able to see it.
Happy Mabon! Isn't Mabon just your favoritest holiday of the year? Well, maybe not, but perhaps it would be if you were a pagan. Today marks the Autumnal Equinox. Days and nights are of equal duration, so here's seven tools to help get crunk!What, you're going to have a pagan party without large amounts of fire?…
Today the summer ends. The season is changing because Earth is tilted. As it rotates around the Sun, the light reaches regions at a different angle for a longer or shorter time. This is how it looks from space: