From the anonymous perpetrators with enough advanced knowledge of broadcast technology to interrupt a station's signal to the hackers who crippled a major film studio, check out these 8 unusual – and sometimes frightening – hacking stories.
Casa Los Algarrobos. Perched on the moutains of Puembo, Ecuador, this 8,966-square-foot (833m2) house is yet another dream home to live in and have peace, food, and sex forever. The views, the materials, the distribution—I like it all.
Ardentleprechaun, a user or the reddit community, as well as an employee of Walmart has a coworker named Shane. Shane allegedly has a sense of humor that is always getting him in trouble with manangement.
The College of Wizardry, a recent event organised by Denmark’s Rollespils Fabrikken and Poland’s LARPing communities, gave Potterheads the opportunity to experience the world of Harry Potter by actually being a part of it.
Some people like to make fun of the Brits for driving on the supposed wrong side of the road. It just so happens that there is even a wackier way to get around using a four-wheeler, and an Indian cab driver is here to prove it.
To the non-phytomaniac, the word "baobab" might as well refer to a rare breed of primates or a minuscule kind of bacteria living on the edges of eyelashes. But, for those well versed in the world of ancient trees, the term rather distinctly...
When New Yorker Jhonn de La Puente realized that many high school students aren’t allowed to bring their personal cell phones to school, he hit upon a simple yet brilliant business model – a cell phone storage van.
Before we had Google for all of our embarrassing questions, Pinterest for craft inspiration, and Craigslist for all of the odds and ends of life, more people relied on public librarians to field all manner of questions.