To celebrate 80 years of bricking together the imaginations of little boys, and a few little girls, everywhere, LEGO created this 17-minute animation of the toy's history.
The Gotye cover to end all Gotye covers, hopefully. Taking a note from Kutiman's video remix project ThruYou, the "Somebody That I Used to Know" singer picked from the infinite supply of covers to make the ultimate mashup of his hit song.
Spring is here and it's the perfect time to upgrade and refresh your personal space, starting with your mattress. Upgrade your sleep game with Leesa — a 100% American-made mattress that features 3 premium foam layers. There's a 6-inch dense foam core for durability and support, a 2-inch memory foam middle layer for body contouring and pressure relief, and a 2-inch Avena foam top later that keeps you cool. The temps may be getting warmer but the Leesa mattress will keep you cool all night long with its advanced foam technology. Your Leesa mattress is conveniently ordered online and ships directly to you compressed in a box. The shipping is always free, and you have 100 nights to try the mattress in the comfort of your home. Feel good about your purchase knowing that for every ten mattresses sold Leesa donates one to a shelter in need. In addition, they plant a tree for every single mattress sold.
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Instead of mindlessly walking through the grocery isles or sifting through your drawer of takeout menus, let Blue Apron decide what's for dinner for you. The food delivery service will send you everything you need to prepare a fresh, made-from-scratch meal, including step-by-step cooking instructions and the exact amount of ingredients you need — that means zero waste. They have options for couples or plans that will feed a family and cover a variety of dietary needs. If you're still thinking time is the issue, all of their meals can be whipped up in 40 minutes or less.
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The sudden whispers of "Great Scott" echoed through AT&T Park as the Delorean glided across the waters of McCovey Cove. Built by Matthew Riese and some generous Kickstarter fans, the time-warping hovercraft made its debut during a recent Giants-Rockies game, letting everyone leave a winner.