This is a short video of a dog that appears to manage an unregulated Amazon fulfillment center furiously jumping around with the audio of House Of Pain’s classic ‘Jump Around’ added. Man, I remember when that song came out — I did so much jumping around. I was probably in the best shape of my life. Now look at me. Just look at me! “Awww, you could still be on the cover of a magazine.” You mean it?! “Sure, Heart Attack Digest.” *wiping powdered donut crumbs from side of lips* Your words hurt me.
Keep going for the video.
Source: Geekologie – Thanks, Internet!: Dog Excitedly Jumping Around To House Of Pain’s ‘Jump Around’
This is a short video from a trucker delivering a load of a steel to a plant in Atlanta when he spotted a UPS trailer on the side of the road that had its heavy load collapse through the middle of the trailer. So, if you were wondering why your package hasn’t arrived yet, this is it. That or some jabroni stole it off your porch. You know there’s a special place for package thieves. “In hell?” *moaning, chains rattling in basement* Yes, in hell. That’s what I meant.
Keep going for the drive by.
Source: Geekologie – Damn: 18-Wheeler On Side Of The Road After Its Heavy Cargo Tore Bottom Of Trailer Out
Building our own website has become extremely easy. Most website builders provide drag-n-drop functionality that attracts people, makes them sign up and create something wonderful.
Source: LXer – How To Migrate From Weebly To WordPress
The downright confusing saga that is IKEA’s rollout of its FYRTUR blackout smart blinds in the US continues. The company had initially planned to release them stateside on April 1st, before delaying the launch to October 1st. The appointed date then…
Source: Engadget – IKEA begins selling its FYRTUR smart blinds in some US stores
Players are still discovering all the changes in Fortnite’s chapter 2, which means of course they’re finding exploits. A newly discovered one lets you use the shield-granting waters of Slurpy Swamp to avoid taking storm damage.
Source: Kotaku – Fortnite Trick Lets You Survive The Storm
Right now, amid a storm of protest movements in Hong Kong calling to liberate the area from its status as a special administrative region of China, scrutiny of Western companies seen as implicitly supporting the actions of the Chinese government is higher than ever. So, of course, the House of Mouse picked right now…
Source: io9 – Disney Picked a Hell of a Time to Announce Its Latest Attempt to Make Star Wars Big in China
Google’s latest flagship smartphones — the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL — do not support video recording in 4K at 60 frames per second. This has disappointed — and puzzled — many fans especially since other smartphones that are powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 do offer this video recording functionality. (Recent generation of iPhone models also offer this functionality.) Folks over at The Verge asked Rick Osterloh, the hardware chief at Google, where the bottleneck lied. “I don’t know,” responded the chief.
Read more of this story at Slashdot.
Source: Slashdot – Google Hardware Chief Says He Does Not Know Why Pixel 4 Smartphone With Snapdragon 855 Processor Can’t Support 4K Video Recording at 60FPS
Google is all about ambient computing. That much was made clear at the company’s launch event this week. Its products were leaked so thoroughly that there were barely any surprises left. Yet, finally getting to see Google’s full portfolio of devices…
Source: Engadget – The Engadget Podcast: What do we lose if Google is everywhere?
Today we’re taking a look at Toshiba’s tiny, OEM-only BG4 SSD. The BG4 is going to become an increasingly common sight in OEM laptops as manufacturers look to save on space and power consumption. Toshiba’s fourth-generation BGA SSD pushes performance and capacity into mainstream territory while keeping power consumption extremely low, all in a footprint comparable to a postage stamp or SD card.
Source: AnandTech – The Toshiba/Kioxia BG4 1TB SSD Review: A Look At Your Next Laptop’s SSD
In the olden days, Black Friday was the big day for holiday shopping. You got up early, drove to the mall, and got in line just like everyone else who wanted to get a good price on a new TV, frying pan, or popular kids’ toy of that moment.
Source: LifeHacker – You Don’t Have to Shop on Black Friday to Get Black Friday Deals
Plenty of discounts are right around the corner as part of the annual Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales bonanza that most retailers participate in, but you do not necessarily have to wait to score a good deal. In fact, it’s hard to imagine bigger discounts on the Surface Pro 6 and Surface Laptop 2 that are available right now at Best Buy.
Source: Hot Hardware – Microsoft Surface Pro 6 And Surface Laptop 2 Discounted Up To 0 Ahead Of Black Friday
Google acquired Waze, a GPS navigation software app, way back in 2013. Google and Waze work mostly independently from one another, but Google has recently incorporated a few features that were inspired by Waze. Google Map users will now be able to report speed traps and crashes on iOS devices.
According to Google, these new tools, “…reflect
Source: Hot Hardware – Latest Google Maps Update Further Cannibalizes Waze Reporting Features
If you’ve been itching to get your hands on that roasting pan with Han Solo encased into the lid, now’s your chance. Le Creuset unveiled a selection of Star Wars cookware earlier this month and said it would go on sale in November. But you don’t have…
Source: Engadget – Le Creuset’s Star Wars cookware is available to pre-order
Amazon Prime Video is kicking off November with the addition of a ton of classic movies, including Big Top Pee-Wee, Bad Santa, and Goldeneye.
Source: LifeHacker – What’s Coming to Amazon Prime Video in November 2019
Google has been pushing its SMS-alternative Rich Communication Services (RCS) for years. And it’s no secret that the roll out has been a bit of a mess. Now, in another set back, Verizon and T-Mobile will not support RCS messaging on the Pixel 4 at la…
Source: Engadget – Verizon and T-Mobile aren’t supporting RCS on the Pixel 4 at launch
This is a video of the world’s new largest Ouija board, OuijaZilla, a massive 72-foot by 44-foot Ouija board constructed out of painted plywood in Salem, Massachusetts (appropriate). The board was constructed from 99 sheets of 4′ x 8′ plywood, weighs 9,000 pounds, and measures 3,168 square feet (three times the size of the previous record holder). It also features a 15.5-foot x 10-foot planchette, which can be moved around the board by a single person standing in the middle of it. “What about a person in a relationship?” LOL. Man, just imagine the size of the unholy demons that are gonna be summoned with this thing. Because one time in middle school my best friend and I were playing with his Ouija board during a sleepover and the planchette started moving around the board all crazy, then a face appeared in his fireplace so we burnt the whole house to the ground just to be on the safe side.
Keep going for a video of the board from ground level.
Source: Geekologie – Dare To Dream: Team Builds A Massive 3,168 Square Foot Ouija Board
Earlier this week, I asked single parents for their best parenting hacks—because if anyone is crushing parenthood, it’s those who are doing it predominantly on their own. There was a ton of great advice offered up: Schedule all your dental cleanings in tandem, go to bed when the kids go to bed, get yourself ready for…
Source: LifeHacker – How to Regain Your Patience When Your Kid Is Driving You Nuts