Castle Rock has been the backdrop of many Stephen King novels — The Dead Zone, The Dark Half, and Needful Things. Now, the fictional Maine town is going to be the focal point of a Hulu series headed by the author and J.J. Abrams. This teaser shows some new faces in Castle Rock, along with a few we've seen in King's work before.
If the apocalypse arrives and you forgot to stockpile 20 years worth of SPAM, you're in luck — Asap Science has some scientific tips for survival. From finding water, lighting a fire. and what you should and shouldn't eat, it's a good way to get started on reviving society. Just don't forget to write it down.
The Timex brand goes back more than 160 years to Waterbury, CT, and the original headquarters is part of the inspiration behind the Waterbury World Time watch. Powered by Intelligent Quartz technology, which allows it to tell more than just time on an analog dial, the Waterbury is a natural choice for travelers with its ability to display time zones for 24 major cities around the world. It also boasts a stainless steel case, INDIGLO night-light, and water resistance up to 100 meters. Available in cream or black and green, it's a fresh take on an enduring classic.
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The right pair of socks can say a lot about your sense of style. But not all bold sock choices are created equal. Ace & Everett makes socks the right way, starting with the finest raw materials, dyed into vibrant, saturated hues. Each pair is knit in the USA with organic Supima cotton for a smoother, comfy-er feel. The double cylinder construction provides a polished finish, inside and out, while the reinforced heels and ribbed calf bands keep these socks from slumping. These bright patterns — inspired by floor designs of historic Manhattan buildings — will keep you standing out from the pack.
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Philip K. Dick is a sci-fi writer. Some of his work has even been adapted into films. Do Blade Runner, Total Recall, or Minority Report ring a bell? Now, some of his stories have been reworked into an analog series. Consisting of ten standalone episodes, the Bryan Cranston production will cover everything from alien dads to humanoid pigs and a cast that includes Steve Buscemi, Anna Paquin, Terrence Howard, Janelle Monáe, and Cranston himself. An official release date has not been revealed, but streaming will be available on Australian-based company Stan and Amazon Prime in 2018.