Jellyfish invaded the cooling water at a Scottish nuclear power plant this week. There were so many of these aquatic creatures floating around, the plant had to shut down.
If someone were filming me at work, I'd be sure to do all sorts of cool stuff, like put my feet up on the desk and wear sunglasses. But if I had to use my computer, I'd be sure I didn't type like it was the first time I'd ever seen a keyboard, as appears to be the case with this Scottish officer. [via BuzzFeed]
As you stagger into work and slump over your desktop like one of last night's zombies, engineer Ross Kennedy is having an exhilarating ride atop a 100m-high wind turbine with the best views of Scotland. I'm not jealous...much. [Daily Mail]
You can "learn" to "play" many instruments on the iPad, but now you can irritate neighbors for hours with the world's most joy-sapping tool of all—the bagpipes. You can even play along to your iTunes library!
The country that invented Scotch is paying to have virtual billboards implanted in Need for Speed: Carbon, Project Gotham Racing 4 and other titles, telling 15-to-24-year-olds not to drink and drive. At least not in real cars. It's probably okay for them to drink and drive virtual cars, because all they risk there is…