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Most HDTVs ship with default settings that are meant to look good in store showrooms, but they're not ideal in your home. Thankfully, with the right tools, calibrating an HDTV to your viewing style is easy, and you can do it in less than a half-hour.
This is gonna go up there with "There Will Be Brawl" as one of my favorite Super Smash Bros. parodies.
A few weeks ago I went into a Toys R Us to buy a Legacy Power Morpher because I have a disposable income and poor impulse control. It's for that very reason I decided "Hey, I should finally be the Black Power Ranger for Halloween like I always wanted!" Now, the thing about thing about the original Power Rangers and…
I have no idea what to say to make any kind of justice to what this is. It's from the the Streetstar Vogue Femme Final Battle. Lasseindra (Wonder Woman) vs Inxi (Sailor Moon).
Below is something silly that I wrote a while ago and never posted anywhere. So I'll go ahead and post it here.
Porn spoofs of science fiction, fantasy and superheroes have saved the adult movie industry from financial ruin in recent years. But they've been around for as long as X-rated movies have existed. Here's our completely NSFW guide to the porn parodies of your favorite movies and TV shows.
Do you think Skeletor, the Joker, Megatron and Lex Luthor have the market cornered on evil? Not so fast. The world of manga and anime is just as full of villains as Western comics and cartoons are, and they’re no slouches in the murder and depravity departments. Here are 11 anime and manga villain you wouldn’t want to…
Want to change someone's mind while pretending to encourage them? All you need to do is set a high standard for something and give them a little time. Even if they reach your standards, they've already self-sabotaged.
Computer viruses are almost as old as personal computers themselves, and their evolution was only hastened by the birth of Internet. And within each code is a story about its author, about the time it was written, and about the state of computing when it terrorized our hard drives.
So I put on a Batman shirt and took a shameless selfie.
To a lot of non-developers, learning to code seems like an impossibly daunting task. However, thanks to a number of great resources that have recently been put online for free— teaching yourself to code has never been easier. I started learning to code earlier this year and can say from experience that learning enough…
Power Rangers was made for children, in the ‘90s, and had a terrible small budget. Can someone really take a show to task for not being brilliant when it operated under such severe limits? When the episode is titled “A Chimp in Charge,“ I would posit you can and should.
I look forward to seeing someone top this.
Interval training, as we've mentioned before, is one of the most efficient ways to exercise. Yesterday we shared a routine that gives you a full-body workout with 12 exercises in 7 minutes. By request, here are videos that show how to do each of those exercises properly.
If you're not current through Season Four of Breaking Bad, it kills me to give you a spoiler alert, because this thing is fan-tastic. I'm dillydallying around with LEGO City Undercover right now, but if made, I would 100 percent this mofo tomorrow.
The war between Mac and Windows devotees has been raging for decades, and last week we asked you to weigh in. Today we're taking a look at the best arguments on both sides to offer a clear picture of why you might choose one platform over another.
Programmer John Graham-Cumming tells a fascinating story about what coding like was back in 1985. Unlike today's programmers who wear hoodies, down energy drinks and use a paper thin computer, programmers in 1985 had to code by hand... with actual paper.