Following up their 100 best one liners made before a kill in movies, Burger Fiction has now done it up with the magically hilarious lines people say right after an on-screen kill. There is so much Arnold in here, it makes me happy. I guess, a lot of James Bond too. And Bruce Willis.
Clear photos of wild mountain lions are pretty rare. Crystal clear photos of an entire family — a mother and her two cubs — are unprecedented. These cute little guys live in the Santa Monica Mountains above Los Angeles.
Twitter is killing off TweetDeck. TweetDeck just announced that it'll be discontinuing its iPhone app, Android app and versatile Air-based multicolumn desktop app. The apps will be removed from all the app stores and stop working "shortly thereafter". Bye, bye multi-column Twitter!
352. That's James Bond's number of kills in all his movies. From Dr. No to Quantum of Solace, Connery to Craig. This lovely infographic from Brendan Dawes (which was inspired by Dr. No's title sequence) breaks down each kill from each movie.
You might notice the sting of the injection. Within seconds you'd realize you're having trouble moving your eyes and fingers, followed by your arms and legs. If you were standing, you'd collapse. In a heap on the floor, you'd realize nearly every muscle in your body was paralyzed. Being fully conscious, your sense of…
NASA has now completed its Congress mandate to find 90% of all the humanity killing asteroids near Earth. They have actually registered 93 percent of all of these objects, which are so big that they would cause catastrophic damage on impact.
Jim Blackhurst has one of those cool, nerdy jobs. He works for video games publisher Square Enix and is responsible for analyzing anonymous game data.
Stephen Trimble—master of all things flying—has found this video that apparently shows a T-38 training fighter shooting down the theoretically invincible F-22 Raptor in a combat training exercise—first kill documented on video ever.