Take Conan's Super Slow-Mo Moments, add an ugly Christmas sweater and some eggnog, and you have a slow motion holiday spectacular.
Aussie internet sensation Michelle Jenneke bounces back onto our screens and into our hearts with her illness-curing, relationship-mending moves.
More than a simple camera drone, GoPro Karma is a series of separate accessories that work together to deliver great-looking aerial footage in the air or on the ground. It starts with the drone and its folding design, top speed of 35mph, 20-minute runtime, and the touchscreen controller that gets even novices up and running with ease. The stabilizer slides inside the Karma Grip — for smooth handheld videos. And the entire kit packs into a backpack case. The Karma system is compatible with the Hero 5 Black and Hero 4 Black and Silver.
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Designed to be the the ultimate adventure travel pack, the Cotopaxi Allpa Backpack is way more than meets the eye. It's a 35L pack that is tough, durable, and equipped to carry everything you need to explore a new city or go deep off-the-grid. It's sized ideally for carry-on travel and stows into overhead bins, trunks, and buses with ease. And while traveling, you can also take advantage of shoulder straps that tuck away and reinforced grab handles for quick extraction. Features include a padded laptop and tablet sleeve, a convenient accessory bundle including a water bottle holder and laundry bag, and a 16L daypack for quick day trips once you've reached your destination. The Allpa supports nimble, comfortable travel and is built to last using tough TPU-coated 1000D polyester paired with durable ballistic nylon.
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As if shooting 60% from the three point line and averaging 12 points per game isn't impressive enough for a high schooler, Zach Hodskins does it all with one hand. The junior guard has been without his left hand since birth, but that hasn't stopped him from succeeding on the court and nabbing some recruits from Division I schools.
With all of the attention that online bulling and trolling have acquired, PBS Off Book is using their series and the expertise of Professor Alice Marwick, Lecturer Whitney Phillips, and Harvard's Andy Sellars to try to explain what free speech means online.