Getting dressed in the winter is a challenge. While the holidays can be sartorially interesting, come January, you’ve probably fused to your bed in a carb-induced hibernation. Getting dressed and out the door takes time, energy, and the strength to leave your warm house for the frozen tundra of the outside world. »
Your turkey is the juiciest, your stuffing is nothing short of bliss, and you’ve even perfected the art of steering the conversation away from Uncle Norton’s conspiracy theories. You’ve got this Thanksgiving thing down, from the moment you buy the bird to the last satisfied mouthful of pumpkin pie…until it’s time to… »
Your master plan for a potato cannon that slings chili cheese fries may not have made it past the patent office, but that doesn’t mean that all ideas born over a few drinks are bunk. Every once in a while, a concept scrawled on a cocktail napkin can change the world. »
There’s no shortage of sports-related sex slang: going deep, ball-handling, in the hole ... and then there’s the whole bases thing. But here’s some advice if you ever want to get laid: Don’t mention these innuendos to another human being. They’re sophomoric and a real turn-off. That said, the connection between sex… »
Just when you thought you were up to speed on the latest and greatest vacuum-cleaning robots, the iRobot® Roomba® 980 vacuum-cleaning robot shows up to blow your mind. It’s got some brand-new features, enhancements of existing ones, and, with full integration to the iRobot HOME app, it’s remotely operable so you can… »
While the world is in the midst of a whiskey revolution, for the most part, you consume your whiskey with little thought. It tastes great and that’s all that matters. But what exactly happens to take your tumbler full of goodness from the barrel to the bottle?
Ever dreamed of going full car-chase mode through an empty downtown? If not, you will after watching this new video from the people at Shell Pennzoil. They put precision driver Rhys Miller behind the wheel of a Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat, and sent it tearing through the streets of Cape Town, South Africa. This film… »
In our daily lives we use a lot of amazing tools. Seen and used singularly, the craftsmanship and time that went into crafting them can be easy to overlook. But as with many things, all it takes is a shift in perspective, like a high-altitude photo of some strange landscape, to trigger newfound awe. »
In a perfect world, wellness and convenience would coexist in perfect harmony. Fast food wouldn’t contribute to obesity and ab-toning belts would zap your belly into a six pack while you lounged on the couch. Historically, marriages between ease and wellness have been elusive. Practical products like the new C by GE… »
We’d be a lot slower and less efficient without machines, that’s for sure. Technology kicks humans’ butts, from a speed and power perspective, on the regular. But just how much? Here’s how five products compare to their old-school, hand-operated counterparts, using real benchmarks anyone can understand. One thing’s… »
Dating is hard. Advice is supposed to make it easier. It usually doesn’t. Well-meaning people spread dating falsehoods that aren’t merely wrong — they’re actively preventing you from getting what you want, whether what you want is a lifelong commitment or a dive-bar bathroom snog.
Your car is your baby, your wingman, your partner in crime. Yet there it sits in pristine condition, trapped inside a dark garage where nobody can see it. Having all that horsepower with nowhere to gallop is a tragedy. So how do you let that beautiful machinery loose on the roads while keeping it cherry? »
This past spring, at the northern end of Central Park, New Yorkers were treated to eight different artworks in the bright green grass under the dappled sun. In one, a fishing boat carrying a chamber ensemble called the S.S. Hangover floated through a pond. In another, a solar-powered ice cream truck served up ice… »
The Affordable Care Act has introduced a whole marketplace for Americans seeking health insurance. But navigating the array of offerings can be tricky. Deciphering insurance terminology is key to understanding your options, and you may need an expert to guide you toward the plan that works best for you and your family.
The whiskey revolution has taken the world by storm, and you’re shirking your civic responsibility if you haven’t reported for duty. Ready to become an authority on the art and science of whiskey? Arm yourself with this guide co-curated with Jameson Caskmates (a remarkable whiskey finished in casks seasoned with Irish… »
In a cyber climate where not even the government is safe, most companies are addressing cyber threats. But while companies may be strengthening their defenses against outside attackers, they might be ignoring another type of threat — one that hits closer to home. »
Hollywood, pop songs, and your mom agree that your relationships should be monogamous and committed. But those expectations can breed drama, doubt, the death of spontaneity, and the birth of babies. You want none of that. You’re a coatimundi bounding through the treetops of independence (relationship-wise). Can you… »
Your big brother says whiskey puts hair on your chest, your roommate swore by “beer before liquor, never sicker,” and your ex-girlfriend had some crazy notion that your beer burps weren’t cute. There’s more misinformation about beer and whiskey out there than there are bottles of beer on the wall, and just because the… »
Most rational people know that effective workouts require actual work (and usually a fair amount of sweat). Unfortunately, it’s still tempting to believe an exercise program claiming to burn thousands of calories without raising your heart rate will be effective. Mall walking is a thing, people. Given the constant… »
In terms of morning-commute entertainment options, checking out your boss’ confidential email or peeking at your seatmate’s text-message fight with her boyfriend ranks far above reading that neglected novel in your bag. The temptation of getting the scoop on said boyfriend’s inability to commit (and his mother’s… »