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Summer is now officially here. For me that means butchering countless mangos with my trash knifeskills and playing Daryl Braithwaite's One Summer on repeat. Summer break is also a time where my fellow colleagues and I like to catch up on some of the books that have been piling up on our shelves and Kindles for months/years. Here's the reads you'll find us getting into our eyeballs. More »
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Launching your podcast is half the battle. Now you have to get people to listen. In the video above, I chat with expert podcasters about the three things you should do to gain listeners and grow your audience. More »
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Growing up, most males are never given a rundown on how or what they should do to keep their penis clean. Beyond washing it with water, is there anything else you need to be doing? More »
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Apple's flurry of iOS updates might include one more substantial tweak before the holiday break. Vietnamese carrier Viettel has posted a page that hints at a release for iOS 13.3 (plus a minor watchOS 6.1.1 update) this coming week, most likely on o...
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I am watching a video of the outward crevice of a human’s large intestine. The cavity, exposed in the cold light of day, is isolated from the owner’s body; it pulsates to what sounds like wet dog food squishing in the palm of a hand. It is, at turns, grotesque, then abstract, suggestive of the hungry mouth of a carnivorous sea creature. It is what a high-minded curator might call “liminal” in a thesis on the postmodern diaspora as expressed in avant-garde video art. Instead, it appears next...

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We're weeks out from the barrage of posts and tweets about everyone's New Year's fitness resolutions so it's a perfect time to get your fitness-loving friends and family members the gift of sweat-inducing pastimes to keep them occupied over the break. Here's our roundup of the best Christmas gifts for your active mates. More »
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This week's Netflix highlights include Zack Snyder's Sucker Punch, a Christmas comedy special from Jack Whitehall and the family film A Family Reunion Christmas. And, er, that's about it. More »
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Robotics is rapidly being transformed by advances in artificial intelligence. And the benefits are widespread: We are seeing safer vehicles with the ability to automatically brake in an emergency, robotic arms transforming factory lines that were once offshored and new robots that can do everything from shop for groceries to deliver prescription drugs to people who have trouble doing it themselves. More »
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It's not a good time for card battle games, apparently. Bethesda has put all The Elder Scrolls: Legends development "on hold" for an indefinite amount of time, effectively canceling both the console version and a planned card set. The game will sti...
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Veteran actor and singer René Auberjonois has died of metastatic lung cancer at his Los Angeles home on Dec. 8. Auberjonois' son Rèmy-Luc confirmed the news to The Associate Press on Sunday. He was 79. Auberjonois was a well-respected and admired actor, having worked in the industry for over four decades. After studying theatre at Carnegie-Mellon University, Auberjonois performed with various theatre companies before landing his first Broadway role in 1968. His career quickly took off,...

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In 1996 a movie was unleashed on the world that resurrected the slasher genre from the consumerist graveyard of the 1980s. Not only that, it completely spoofed and subverted it. Scream was a movie that should never have happened, never should have worked. And yet it managed to redefine horror and become a cult classic. But that was twenty-three years ago. Does it still hold up in 2019? More »
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Animation Assist. | Image: Savage Interactive Procreate 5, Savage Interactive’s newest update for the iOS painting and illustration app, is now available. The free update brings long-awaited features such as Photoshop (ABR) brush import, custom brush creation, CMYK mode, and more robust animation features. The app runs on a new Valkyrie graphics engine that works with Apple’s Metal API for faster performance on the iPad. With Valkyrie, Savage Interactive says the imported ABR brushes...

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Apple TV+ has bagged its first award nomination less than two months after launch, although Apple might not want to flaunt its critical acclaim just yet. The Critics' Choice Association has nominated The Morning Show's Billy Crudup (pictured at left...
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After the large V8s and bulky shapes of the 1960s, times got tougher for automakers. The market got more competitive and challenges like safety concerns and fuel shortages drove manufacturers to think harder about what cars should be like. It was a complicated process, but Peter Wherrett is here to coach us through it. More »
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USB is still one of the most important pieces of technology in the 21st century. They charge your devices, they carry around your folders filled with files you hardly use or look at, and they help to transfer things between devices. But a new USB type is on its way and its going to change everything up. Here's what the USB4 is all about. More »
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If you’re using surge protectors in your home, you might want to consider replacing them, especially if you can’t remember when you bought the ones currently in use. More »
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If you've been waiting to pick up a Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+ or S10e - this may be a good time to do it. And not just because Android 10 is on its way. Woolworths Mobile is chucking in a $300 gift card for anyone who signs up right now. More »
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Apple has always been good at keeping people within its own little bubble. The company has strived for an insular ecosystem which can certainly make it tricky for those on the inside looking to break out. But it's by no means impossible. More »
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This shirt is a critical hit This ThinkGeek 20th Anniversary T-Shirt celebrates our geekdom with Timmy in cosplay throughout the years. $21.99

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Categories: clothing, t-shirts

Punish those fashion faux pas. Disrupt your business casual presence with this Marvel Punisher Patch Polo. Because who couldn't use some extreme back-up during the work day? $24.99

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Categories: clothing, polos & button-ups

Taco Tuesday has a new polo. Blow up your business casual presence with this Marvel Deadpool Mask Polo. Because who couldn't use an element of (pleasant) surprise during your work day? $24.99

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Categories: clothing, polos & button-ups

For casual heroics. This Marvel Black Panther Hat gives you a casual look with a heroic twist. Now you don't have to wait for a telephone booth to become available before you change.

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Categories: accessories, hats & hair

Even a king needs keys. This Marvel Black Panther Keychain makes our keys look fancy, and it's useful because it's also a bottle opener. We'd like to think this is what King T'Challa has his keys on… if he even carries keys. $14.99

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Categories: accessories, keychains & bag accessories


Business casual + tacos. This Deadpool Party Woven Shirt will show everyone that you have tons of interests… from tacos to tacos, and even more tacos. Oh, and Deadpool too. $24.99

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A button-up one man army. Give yourself something extra the next time you're feeling a little intimidated by wearing this Punisher Woven Shirt. You'd be surprised how differently people treat you when you have the word "Punisher" on your chest. $24.99

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Classier than a school uniform. This My Hero Academia U.A. High School Necklace shows everyone that you've got a Quirk or two up your sleeve. It's more subtle than wearing your superhero costume or school uniform - that's for sure. $19.99

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Categories: accessories, jewelry, necklaces

Girl group 4-ever. Borrow the power of four of the strongest girls in Remnant with this RWBY Zip Wallet. $19.99

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Quirkless, but strong Show your strength - whatever it may be - with this My Hero Academia Izuku Midoriya Hat. Izuku may not have originally had much physical strength, but he's developing into quite the hero. $19.99

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A wallet for space travel. This Buzz Aldrin NASA Wallet features the NASA logo and Aldrin's name on the front. Just because you don't need money in space (yet) doesn't mean your wallet shouldn't be ready for blast off. $19.99

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Oh snap! This Avengers Infinity War Thanos Wallet puts the Infinity Gauntlet (and therefore the fate of the universe) right on your wallet. Yup, you read that right. The inside of your wallet is now the most important thing in the universe. $19.99

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Categories: bags & backpacks, wallets

I am Groot This Guardians of the Galaxy "I am Groot" Wallet is one of the most unique wallets we've ever seen. Because it's partially made of cork, it gives the illusion of having a wood component. But don't worry, none of it comes from sentient trees. $19.99

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A photon blast from the past It's time to take your Q-Fig collection higher, faster, and further with this Captain Marvel diorama. From the looks of it, she's got no baggage because she's traveling light. She has photon blasters… traveling light. Get it?

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Categories: collectibles, vinyl figures

Pull to open. This Doctor Who Season 11 TARDIS Mini Backpack might not take you through space and time, but it will aid you in your travels (both domestic and intergalactic).

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Symbol of Peace. Be the Number 1 Hero with this My Hero Academia All Might Backpack. If you're anything like All Might, then you know the power of a hero's spirit.

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Categories: bags & backpacks, backpacks

One Wallet for All. You might not have inherited the One For All Quirk, but with this My Hero Academia All Might Wallet you can still pay like a hero. Plus, it's pretty cool to have All Might guarding your wallet.

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We wish our money was magical Until we can somehow find a way to become magical (surely there's a spell for that), at least there are things like this Harry Potter Sign of the Deathly Hallows Front Pocket Wallet to make our money feel magical.

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A magical sock adventure These Harry Potter Holiday Hogwarts Socks aren't just for winter, you can wear them all year. Every day. Provided you wash them.

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Categories: clothing, socks & underwear

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