For the last four days, MUNI contractors worked around the clock replacing tracks at the corner of 30th/Church in San Francsico. It cost $3 million. Using a Canon A590, Ken Murphy made this incredible 12-minute time-lapse video of the construction.
And the winner of next year's Darwin Award is.... this guy! Watch as a man rams his motorized scooter into an elevator after missing it, ultimately breaking the panels and, sadly, plummeting to his eventual death. (Video isn't graphic, FYI.)
In today's edition of, "What'd you think was going to happen?" we have this: two guys help a third do a 360 on a swing, and—while the first few rotations were successful—he ends up being a human torpedo.
Holy moly is this amazing: check out The Cube, a new, state-of-the-art car park in Birmingham, UK, that takes any possible human error out of the equation to ensure that your vehicle gets placed—and retrieved—with ease. Video inside.
Sometimes, dogs amaze you with their stupidity; other times, they amaze you with their smarts. We're not sure which of the two this video—of a dog who is very confused by an escalator—falls under, but it's still cute.
Ever wonder what the trees would say if they could talk? This Brussels tech team is creating a way to tweet what this tree feels, to create a science for what the tree would say if it could talk.
In this clip from yesterday's Attack of the Show!, Morgan Webb takes a break from video games to remind us that ticket-avoidance technology has come a long way since that clunky Fuzzbuster your dad had in his Datsun Z.
Do you like to text, but get slapped by women because you hit the wrong keys and write things you don't mean? Then buy Textees, a stupid rubber thing that you put on your thumb! Watch the cringe-worthy infomercial inside.
Here's a video for The William, an electric, touchscreen stovetop concept with 1,500 honeycombs that are individually activated when they come in contact with a pot or pan—and which can be controlled/customized meticulously. This. Is. Awesome.
This video, titled, "System Administrator's Day in Russia," was uploaded recently and features a few Russian men hurling keyboards across a parking lot. At first, you may be all, "Meh," but watch to the end and—well, you'll see.