The desolate headquarters of Bond supervillain Raoul Silva in the newly released Skyfall was actually once a bustling coal-mining town at the turn of the 20th century. As petroleum replaced coal in Japan in the 1960s, the mine was closed and Hashima Island was deserted, leaving the perfect hideout for a revengeful cyberterrorist.
With the rise of Twitter, news has been forced to become a constant flow of information and no longer a once-a-day product. PBS Off Book explores the changing world of journalism and how it has evolved and adapted to the fast-paced digital era.
Designed for how you live, Thuma has created the perfect platform bed frame. They've taken minimalist, globally inspired designs and paired them with traditional Japanese joinery techniques that not only produce a sturdy, noise-free base but also reduces the need for hardware. The Bed is shipped free to your door and can be assembled in about five minutes without the need for tools or a team of people. It's also made using quality, eco-friendly materials with a timeless design that's made for a lifetime of use — perfect for your current home, and your next.
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Tina Fey and Paul Rudd partner up for the film adaptation of the Jean Hanff Korelitz novel. In theaters March 8, 2013.
Who knew accidental deaths could be so darn adorable? Metro Trains Melbourne try to keep you alive with this violently sweet safety anthem from Tangerine Kitty.
Some shoes draw loose inspiration from the low-cut sneakers of yore. Onitsuka Tiger's Lawnship 3.0 is a near replica of the company's classic lace-up tennis shoe. This update keeps the smooth leather upper and original design details, adding an Ortholite insole for improved cushioning. Finished with a lightweight, flexible sole with a wave pattern in the midfoot.
Woodsman, football players, covert ops: all people who could benefit from this Military Camo Cream. The skin-friendly formula moisturizes while also creating pattern-disrupting stripes without the need for a mirror. It's also IR-reflective, offers SPF 68 protection from UV rays, and comes in a convenient 2 oz. tube.
From the Competitive Enterprise Institute, I, Pencil: The Movie is an animated adaptation of the 1958 essay by Leonard E. Read that will give you a new appreciation for the seemingly simple No. 2 pencil.