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.
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.
Surround Yourself With the Forest Sounds of the World
As the name hints, it’s an online radio station that broadcasts recordings of forest sounds. “People around the world recorded the sounds of their forests, so you can escape into nature, while in lockdown or unable to travel,” state the creators of Tree.fm.
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?
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.
Blondes and Driving Don't Mix!
As all the planes were currently in use, the owner agreed to instruct her by radio on how to pilot the solo helicopter. He took her out, showed her how to start it and gave her the basics, and sent her on her way. After she climbed 1000 feet, she radioed in. " I'm doing great! I love it!
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.
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.
Michio Kaku: Can We Reverse Aging?
Michio Kaku is one of the world's most renowned scientists, has written 7 books and has appeared in countless scientific television programs and films, as well as hosting his own scientific radio show.
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
lenticular galaxy: each cluster contains hundreds of thousands of stars The magnified end of a diving beetle's leg Sandhill cranes resting from their Siberia to Mexico migration during a storm [related_articles] Earth's lights and lightning from the International Space Station Tiger Shark in the Bahamas A radio-frequency
Time Capsule: See Old Ads for "New" Technologies
But looking back at them now brings back memories of more naive times when we could all do just fine with a heavy radio that was bigger than our torso. It really was state of the art! Gadget enthusiasts, ask yourself the following: how much are you willing to spend on the latest piece of tech?
Minimize Exposure to Cellphone Radiation with This Guide
Radio Frequency (RF) energy is inversely proportional to the square of the distance from the source -- being very close greatly increases energy absorption. [related_articles] 4. Limit the length of mobile calls. 5. Use text (SMS) instead of voice wherever possible. 6.
Absurd: How a Block of Ice Was Transferred to the Sahara
In 1958 Radio Luxemburg presented listeners with an impossible challenge: transport 3 tons of ice from the Arctic Circle to the blazing hot Sahara desert. Oh and no refrigeration is allowed.
Trivia: Can You Complete the Names of These Famous Books?
We may have internet, television and radio now, but books are still the window into our own imagination. When we read, characters come to life, new worlds are born, skies are painted in every shade we desire. Books will always have a place in our lives and in our hearts.
From Ages 7 to 93 these People Share Tips on Ageing Gracefully
In this video clip, CBC Radio Wire Tap asked a number of people ages 7 to 93 to share words of wisdom with their younger counterparts - the result? A 4-minute compilation of some pretty solid advice.
Joke: A Tale of Two Pilots
The pilot of the fighter jet slows down, flies alongside the Airbus, and greets the pilot of the passenger plane by radio: "Airbus flight, boring flight isn’t it? Take care and have a look here!”
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 Gigantic Comparisons Will Blow Your Mind!
From The Titanic to the world's largest radio telescope, each and every one of these comparisons will surprise you when seen from a different perspective. Here are 10 of the most fascinating images: Click on images to enlarge 1.
Classic Comedy: Morecambe and Wise Make Us Laugh!
To those who don't know (or have forgotten) - Morecambe and Wise were an absolutely legendary British comic double act who had a great career in radio, film, variety shows and most successfully - on their own tv show.
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.
Iconic Images From The 20th Century
In those 100 years, we went from horses to cars, from mail to email, from dream to radio and television, movies and video games. Our world, for good or bad, went from analog to digital that century, and is continuing that journey now.
Make ListenOnRepeat Your New Music Hub With This Guide
Artist Radio In the Artist Radio section of the site, you’ll be able to play the video you just selected on YouTube and view a bar underneath that features related artists.
Quiz: Which Invention Came First?
Hubble Space Telescope Google What was invented first: 4G technology or Radio on the Internet? The first online radio show was broadcast in 1993 while 4G technology only saw light in 2007 in South Korea.