If you've ever watched TV shows like 'Long Island Medium,' you've seen the stunned looks on people's faces when the psychics start to get positive "hits." The guy in the video above amazes strangers with specific information, but there's one catch: he's not even a little bit psychic.
As I was surfing the interwebs, I came across an homage to the Call of Duty series. Ten years of FPS graphical goodness. Yes, we all remember how basic the graphics were in COD2 and COD3. They got better with COD4:Modern Warfare. And yes, they got worse with COD: World at War. But we can all remember playing Modern Warfare 2 for the first time.
Any true gun nut will either tell you straight up, or admit under pressure that polymer AR's are a great technology that just hasn't held up yet. They wear, flex, break, ect... That being said, ATI's new hybrid AR lower has the ability to be the most fantastic leap in modern sporting technology in a few decades.
Is it just me, or is technology constantly slipping in durability with every new generation? Honestly, it blows my mind that smartphones still crack when you drop them. Can they not invent a new plastic polymer that works like glass, yet is as durable as a Glock? Case and point, this guy throws dirt, concrete, water, airsoft pellets, and the .50BMG at the latest iPad.
Selfies, the "do-it-yourself" photograph is now becoming a form of art and the Moving Image Contemporary Art Fair in London, will be one of the first Art Exhibits that will feature the digital photo sensation.
We all love our smart phones. No, scratch that- I personally am addicted to my smart phone. I get updates if new album is dropping, I take notes on my phone, I can record interviews if I am out and about. Pictures and videos of my kids are just a click away