Listen to Radio Stations All Over the World With This Map!
Radio Garden is a fantastic site that allows you to explore live internet streams of radio stations across the world simply by navigating a Google Earth-style interface.
I Found the Best Place to Listen to the Radio
Do you miss the days of the simple transistor radio? Two knobs, one for volume and one for tuning, simple as that. If you do, hop over to MagicTransistor.com and enjoy that good old transistor.
Space Station Tour
Space Station Tour I hope that you have a high-def monitor to watch this! It is indeed awesome! Another "giant step for all mankind"! Enjoy this tour at an altitude of 200 miles and engines off - just coasting.
Now These Are Subway Stations Worth Stopping At...
Lets hope that in the future, all subway stations will be so well thought out! Here are some of the most beautiful subway stations that defy the common conception of what is a subway station.
Hilarious Makeshift and Improvised Work-From-Home Stations
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected every single person on the planet in some way or another. For many, the disease has left an indelible mark both emotionally and physically. Despite that, it has c..
Make Your Life So Much Easier with These Awesome Websites!
Listen to Radio Stations Across the Planet Do all your local radio stations broadcast nothing but noise and advertisements? This problem can be easily solved by logging onto Radio Garden, where you'll be able to access countless radio stations from all over the planet.
21 Extraordinary Pictures That Sum Up Science in 2016
Click on images to enlarge An icy ocean from 1,500 feet in the air The tail feathers of a 99 million year old dinosaur, preserved in amber The Sahara desert photographed from the International Space Station Valleys on the planet Mars Curiosity Mars rover taking a selfie Astronauts prepare to land by
Hilarious: My Car Really Attracts a Lot of Attention
Looking at his fuel gauge, he decided to stop at the next gasoline station and fill up. About 15 minutes later, he spots a Mobil station and pulls over to the high octane pump. "What can I do for ya'll?" asks the attendant. "Fill 'er up with high test,"replies the driver.
Self Taught African Teen Amazes M.I.T!
Completely self-taught, Kelvin has created his own radio station where he broadcasts news and plays music under the moniker, DJ Focus. Kelvin became the youngest person in history to be invited to the "Visiting Practitioner's Program" at MIT. Self Taught African Teen Amazes M.I.T!
Hilarious: The Equipment On a Caddy Is Just Unbelievable
Looking at his fuel gauge, he decided to stop at the next gasoline station and fill it up. About 15 minutes later, he spots a Mobil station and pulls over to the high octane pump. "What can I do for y'all?" asks the attendant. "Fill 'er up with high test," replies the driver.
Turn Your Old Android Phone Into Something Brand-New Today
This guide will show you how to “re-purpose” your device, in other words, turn it into something else, such as a radio, gaming console, e-reader, media center or another gadget. Without further ado, here are 12 ways in which you can give your old Android smartphone a new lease of life: 1.
25 Pics Showing How People in the Past Imagined the Future
Glasses with a built-in radio, a 1972 illustration from a Soviet magazine 5. A version of a 1930 StreamLine KJ Henderson motorcycle 6. An unfinished prototype of the Nazi all-wing jet aircraft called the Horten Ho 229 V3 7.
The Secrets behind Houdini's Greatest Tricks!
The Radio of 1950 Houdini created the “Radio of 1950” illusion for his evening shows from 1925 until his death the next year. The radio was a novelty at the time, and the act featured what Houdini said the radio would look like in 1950.
15 Photos That Will Change the Way You View the World
An impressive view of a station in the Stockholm subway. [related_articles] 4. This fingerprint-shaped building was planned for development in Thailand. 5. These families decided to build their homes on top of an eight-storey shopping mall. 6.
These Animal Jokes Will Make You Howl With Laughter
Later on, after asking witnesses, the police track down the panda and take him to the station. They question him and ask, “Why’d you do it?” The panda replied, “It’s what pandas do, look it up.” So they did, they went on Wikipedia and there it was: ‘A panda eats shoots and leaves.’ 10.
These Are Some Really Smart Product Designs!
In Seoul, gas stations have pumps hanging from the roof so you don't need to pick a side This car radio won't work until you're safely buckled up A winter simulator to help you try on winter clothes Finally, an ATM that asks you how you like your money This airport has a special place for dogs to relieve
Could These Signals Be A Sign of Extraterrestrial Life?
Scientists have picked up on on a mysterious radio signal coming from space, that repeats itself in fixed intervals of 16 days. Could this be an alien life form trying to communicate with us?
You’ll Have to Stop Driving When You See These Billboards!
You're hungry, you're tired and for some reason, the same song is playing on every single radio station. Suddenly, a light catches your eye, and you look up to see a giant billboard for McDonald's , with Ronald's red-and-white face beaming down at you.
Travel History With These Amazing Photos of Yesteryear
American soldiers stationed in the Pacific listening to the radio reporting victory of WW2 by allied forces on May 8, 1945. Heinrich Himmler lying dead after swallowing a cyanide pill while being held prisoner by allied forces. May 23rd, 1945.
10 Handy Victorian Inventions We STILL Can't Do Without
The Radio Image Source: Wikimedia Commons The first-ever radio message was sent in 1895 by Guglielmo Marconi. Interestingly, he sent that message to himself! In 1899, Marconi sent the first wireless signal across the English Channel, and in 1902 he sent a message across the Atlantic.
These Extreme Engineering Projects Will Leave You in Awe
Click on images to enlarge China's Pingtang telescope was completed in September 2016 and is now the world's largest radio telescope. The dish itself measures an incredible 1,640 feet across and it is capable of picking up signals from more than 1,000 light years from earth.
Lets Open a Window to the Past...
Tandem-bikes used to make enough energy to operate a light radio station, 1917. 5. A marine, First Private Delton Gunderson, checking the area following Operation Virginia, 1966. [related_articles] 6. The battleship HMS How passing Egyptian forces in the Suez Canal, during WW2, 1944. 7.
Joke: The Helicopter Lesson
The instructor said, "I'll radio you every 1000 feet to see how you're doing." At 1000 feet, the instructor radioed her and said she was doing great. At 2000 feet, he said she was still doing well. Right before she got to 3000 feet, the propeller stopped, and she twirled to the ground.
WATCH: These Apps Are Essential For Seniors & Mature Users
Pandora Radio Available for: iPhone, iPad, Android phones and tablets Price: Free Pandora Radio is a fantastic application for any music lover.