In 1927, Claude Friese-Greene travelled across the UK with his new-fangled color film camera. He ended the trip by filming in London. Simon Smith has recreated Claude's London shots by following in his exact footsteps with modern equipment, and edited the two sequences together side-by-side, giving us a glimpse of how little (or how much) London has changed over the last 80 years.
Practically everyone has seen some slo-mo footage of a giant bird swooping down to the water to catch a fishy snack. The tables are turned in this short video of a tiger fish snatching a swallow right out of the air.
Tile Bluetooth Trackers help you keep track of often misplaced items. And now, they've expanded their product line to include the durable and dependable Tile Sport. It features a sleek graphite gray look and a Bluetooth tracker with twice the range of the original. It pairs seamlessly with the Tile app, and the new model is also waterproof and has a louder speaker to alert you of just where to look for that item you're having trouble finding. The battery lasts an entire year, and the Tile Sport even lets you choose from a variety of new ringtones to optimize and customize your findings.
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Inspired by its California locale, the Parachute Venice Sheet Set is adding a new colorway to its collection. The light grey hue will give your bed a modern update, but is still neutral enough for any decor. Omitting the top sheet, the bundle includes everything you need for a bedroom overhaul. The fabric is made from 100% long-staple Egyptian cotton and is available in both their lightweight percale and super smooth sateen.
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If you ever have to travel through the Orion Arm of the Milky Way Galaxy, the Interstellar Safety Council wants you to have the facts on human beings. Just in case you have interact with them. That said, you're probably better off avoiding them entirely.