By now, you've probably heard that the new Terminator movie changes everything. And, by heard, I mean you've seen the trailers that tell you that everything changes.
I love the fact that they recreated the whole 1984 bit where Kyle and the Terminator travel back in time to kill Sarah Connor pretty closely. They used a lot of the same shots, and similar incidents, before derailing that train and ta
Tonight at 11:59:59, the atomic clock will add one second to the day, to help with...um...something...ah...complicated, and all scientific, or something. It doesn't matter. We're all going to get an extra second on the day!
John Oliver and his crew at 'Last Week Tonight' have built a cool internet machine to help you waste that extra second in a fun way!
Remember to set those clocks forward Saturday night as daylight saving time returns at 2 a.m. EST Sunday.
With the change, it is going to be lighter sooner. That means changes in routines a bit, whether that's driving, bicycling or walking.
Remember to set those clocks back Saturday night as daylight saving time ends at 2 a.m. EDT Sunday.
After the change, it will be darker sooner, making driving more dangerous with bicyclists and pedestrians more difficult to see.
Well, this sure is a creepy product.
This watch is called Tikker. The watch's description on SkyMall says that it counts down your life and helps you make every second count:
Using statistics and a personal health algorithm it will motivate you to make the right choices."