Clean, Repair, or Customize Your Game Controllers with a Little Disassembly

Nothing destroys a killing spree like spilling your Diet Mountain Dew all over your controller and making it all sticky. Or, maybe you’ve just used it too much and worn out the buttons and thumbsticks. Whatever the case, many gamepads are very user-repairable. Here’s how to open up your Xbox or PlayStation controller… »9/03/15 8:15pm9/03/15 8:15pm

The 10 Most Unfilmable Books (That Absolutely Must Be Made Into Films)

One of the best parts of science fiction and fantasy books is that they let our minds go to places where reality can’t follow. Recently creators have taken an interest in visually showing us these impossible places, and we love it. Here are 10 books that we think can’t be put on film, but we’re hoping that someone… »9/03/15 7:15pm9/03/15 7:15pm

How Video Games Taught Me Personal Accountability

Blame, procrastination, self-victimization—this terrible trifecta can sink your career and limit your levels of personal success. We often find ourselves resorting to bad patterns, especially in the workplace. I have noticed one place in my own life where these traits are nowhere to be seen. While I play video games. »4/25/15 8:00am4/25/15 8:00am

Deadspin "Stone Cold" Steve Austin Gives A NSFW Defense Of Gay Marriage | Gizmodo HBO Is B

Deadspin "Stone Cold" Steve Austin Gives A NSFW Defense Of Gay Marriage | Gizmodo HBO Is Bringing a Ton of Its Shows to Amazon Prime | io9 Forget VR Sex — Here's How Tech Will Actually Change Your Love Life | Lifehacker How to Negotiate Your Salary | Kinja Popular Posts »4/23/14 6:38pm4/23/14 6:38pm

This animation of Calvin and Hobbes' famous dance is pure gold

This short clip of the iconic Calvin and Hobbes' dance in the woods by Canadian animator and compositor Adam Brown makes me want an animated cartoon so badly. One that is silent because, really, no actor would be able to get their voices right. »10/29/13 9:47pm10/29/13 9:47pm

The Other Firsts No One's Talking About For The Proposed 2018 Mars Flyby Mission

Remember Dennis Tito? He's the millionaire who became the first space tourist back in 2001, who bought himself a ticket on a Soyuz heading to the International Space Station. Now he's got some big new space plans: he wants to send two people on a Mars flyby mission in 2018. If he can pull it off, there's lots of… »3/01/13 9:29pm3/01/13 9:29pm