One day graphic designer Adam Chang fell in love with the New York City subway. Well, to be more specific, he fell in love with the inventive, often eye-catching tile mosaics that grace each station. He loves them so much he built an entire website that lets you tour every last sign of every last station in Manhattan. »
The Canfranc International Railway Station and its adjoined hotel were the of epitome of transit glamour when it was first built in 1928. But a series of events—including being co-opted by the Nazis during WWII—led to its eventual demise and abandonment. Going from ritzy hotel to Nazi command center to abandoned… »
Underground metro stations are inhumanely warm come sun or rain, so it makes sense for builders of a new housing estate in Paris to want to draw from that energy, harnessing it for 17 apartments' heating systems above-ground. »
Some folks turn on the Weather Channel to find out what's up and others need the Kestrel 4000 Pocket Weather Station made by Nielsen-Kellerman. This handy device will measure every possible environmental condition from the palm of your hand.
The Kestrel 4000 measures wind speeds, temperature for air/water/snow, wind… »