It’s never happened to me but after watching Coyote Peterson show people what it’s like to get quilled by a porcupine, I can tell you that it hurts like freaking hell. Dozens of those little daggers spiked themselves into his hand and a few were lodged pretty damn deep. Coyote Peterson got himself quilled for Brave…
Picking your own food in the wild produces no easier or tastier result than it does with berries. And there's more than you might think out there, both in terms of sheer volume and types. Here's how to find the good ones.
She sits down on a rock, just a few feet away from me. She's tired, so completely drained that she doesn't even notice me here. Or maybe she doesn't care. We're just two travelers crossing paths in the wilderness. Maybe I should say something, I half-think. And then, without warning, Reese Witherspoon is looking at me.
Time does a breathtaking thing on nature. If you let it run its course the face of the Earth changes into beautiful things that don't even look like their from this world. Enrique Pacheco made this time lapse, "Shaped By Time", showing the natural beauty in landscapes.
No matter what you do, you can't keep this honey badger locked up. It's a master jail breaker. Lock the gate? It'll find out how to slide it open. Put it in a deep pit with high walls, it'll build a rock ramp. Take away the rocks? It'll use mud or trees to climb out. What a fascinatingly clever little badger. I hope…
What are you looking at? Some trees, some leaves, a few branches and... a bird. You see, on top of that broken tree branch actually stands a completely still bird, the common potoo. It's hiding in plain sight and will stay that way even if predators are deathly close to them.
Why, it's none other than a collection of cameras and recording devices for a guy who volunteered to go into the Yukon wilderness with as little survival equipment as possible.
A new poster and a few stills from Spike Jonze's magical live-action retelling of the beloved children's book Where The Wild Things Are have surfaced, and they're arrestingly lovely.
Microsoft's traditional ergonomic keyboard design (as opposed to their slim Ultimate Wireless design) this Wireless Laser Desktop 4000 combines has both lasers and Vista buttons. We've used previous versions of this keyboard (the optical 3000) and love both the soft-ish keys and the spread-out ergonomics.
The Zune made an appearance today on the Ellen DeGeneres show. Chi-Lan Lieu of HGTV's I Want That! Tech Toys brought the Zune onto the show. She showed off the working Zune to the audience. Then Ellen decided to give them away ... to the entire audience.