The story behind the 1997 sale of an Apple-1, which now resides at the Computer History Museum, shows how the market used to work, when the transactions were simpler but more personal.
Kevin Richardson is a zoologist and self-taught animal behaviorist, who also goes by the respectable moniker, ‘The Lion Whisperer’. According to his biography, Richardson “does not use the common methods of breaking the animal’s spirit with sticks and chains, instead he uses love, understanding and trust.”
Capturing the reflection of buildings in still water, each photo shows a different city with its own unique skyline—highlighting the beauty that can be found in urban jungles.
An impostor posing as “Gangnam Style” sensation Psy became the toast of Cannes as he partied with stars, scooped up swag, danced on a French TV show and even signed a deal to be honored at a gala in Monaco, before being called out yesterday by the real rapper.
Pope Francis’s pronouncement that God has “redeemed all of us … even the atheists” Wednesday surprised both believers and nonbelievers around the world, who are used to stricter edicts from the Catholic church. It also got us wondering where the world’s atheists live.
Maho Beach, located on the Dutch side of the Caribbean islands, sounds like an ideal getaway spot for relaxation with its clear blue waters and white sand. Unlike typical beaches, however, Maho Beach is better off for adrenaline junkies and airplane lovers—it’s located close to the Princess Juliana International Airport that has a short runway of 7,150-feet.
Forget 3-D printed guns. Inside a “build party” where anyone can make a rifle that no cop will ever know about.
A recent study has shown that gamers who wage battle against human-looking characters are more likely to experience aggressive thoughts and words than those facing monstrous nonhuman targets.