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The 15 Best and Worst Series Finales in TV History
TV show finales often become the forgotten leftovers of shows that either ran too long for their own good, or didn’t run long enough to gather a following that would even remember them. But there are some series finales that do get noted, finales that capped off shows that were smash hits — shows that dodged sharks and still managed to remain on the air long enough to matter. When a much-loved show ends, fans want it to end a certain way, and the final episode can mean the difference between a happy audience and one that refuses to buy the DVDs afterward out of pure spite. These are the 15 best — and worst — series finales in TV History.
10 Astonishing Tilt-Shift Videos
I’m sure you have seen some amazing tilt-shift photos – if not, tilt-shift creates an effect that turns normal sized objects or scenes into miniature-like. It is done by special tilt-shift lenses that have very limited depth of field. To start playing with this technique you need to buy a tilt-shift lens, attach to your dSLR camera and start shooting. In this post we wanted to feature some of the best videos applying this technique. To make such amazing pieces you can see below, just take your time lapse tilt-shift photos and create video using some video editing software (it is most popular technique).
15 movies that make it awesome to be American.
So this weekend here in the US is Memorial Day Weekend, a holiday that celebrates our troops and all that stuff. So if you're feeling patriotic, I've put together a list of 15 movies to put you in an "America Fuck Yeah!" sort of mood. America's so out in the open, with our military might, our politics, our economy and our brands that it's easy at times to shit all over America. But despite whatever problems we may have, it's still a pretty cool place to live. So in no particular order, here's 15 movies to get you all in a flag-waving mood.
5 Largest Swamps on Earth from Above
When you think swamp you imagine a misty, murky place in which the sponge-like ground beneath your feet seems to suck relentlessly at your shoes. The bog wants to swallow you whole, and if that weren't scary enough the wildlife in many swamps can seem much worse. The mighty constricting snake, the Anaconda – 25ft long and wide as a man – or the tiny frogs that hold enough toxin in their skins to kill 1500 people.
The 50 Worst Inventions
From the zany to the dangerous to the just plain dumb, here is TIME's list (in no particular order) of some of the world's bright ideas that just didn't work out.
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30 Best Free Android apps
OK, so the Android Market is more akin to Lidl or Asda than the iPhone's enormous, indulgent Selfridges-at-Christmas time approach, but the open source nature of Google's OS means there's plenty of innovation to be found on its budget shelves. And best of all, most of the good stuff on Android is free, thanks to the work of developers who do it for love alone. These 30 free Android apps should be any Android owner's Day One installs.
8 Gadgets for Disabled Computer Users
Some of us take for granted the ability to surf the Internet, email a friend, or pay a bill online. Scratch that. All of us take those conveniences for granted. But many people have disabilities that inhibit them from using the computer. Fortunately, there’s a slew of technologies both currently on the market and in development that will make computing easier for these folks. After the jump is a quick rundown of some of the most innovative and useful gadgets that are helping to improve the computer lives of disabled people.
The 20 Greatest 80s Catch Phrases
In honor of the passing of Gary Coleman, who played Arnold from Diff'rnt Strokes and coined one of the most memorable catch phrases in television history, here's a list of the twenty greatest, most memorable and most popular catch phrases from 80s TV, film and advertising.
10 Things I Learned Eating On $1 A Day For A Month
sister challenged me to try and eat well for a month spending only $1 a day for food. It probably would have been wise if I had thought about how much I hate shopping and cooking before I took on the challenge, but once I committed, nothing could stop me (not even a trip to the emergency room — two times — in the first week) I began May 1 with absolutely no food and managed to stay under my $31 budget for the month (I bought $597.96 worth of food and other stuff for $27.08 during the month). Here are some of the things I learned.