Phoenix Weatherman Hilariously Improvises When His Weather Map Begins Displaying Absurdly High Temperatures FOX 10 Phoenix weatherman Cory McCloskey faced a potentially flummoxing conundrum when his weather map began displaying fantastically high temperatures on a recent broadcast. Rather than get flustered, McCloskey played it straight, urging people to evacuate Wickenburg (2,385 °F) and noting that “steel boils” at Cave Creek’s high of 2,960 °F. Ironically Fox 10’s weather report is called “AccuWeather.”
Thursday, 29 January 2015
Thursday, 22 January 2015
Millionaire novelist James Patterson's upcoming novel should deter procrastinators; it will only be available for 24 hours. Advance copies of the book, Private Vegas, will be unlocked digitally for 1,000 readers with secret codes (available now),
Wednesday, 21 January 2015
We all use Google Search for different purposes. However, we are sure not all of you are aware of the following 10 useful Google Search tips. So, we have compiled them for you in a list so that you all can take full advantage of what Google has to offer.
Monday, 19 January 2015
Marketing is how you sell your product or service and that is why we decided to bring to you a collection of 14 examples of how marketing can be done effectively if you have got enough cash. Not only are these advertisements well designed, they have been placed
Monday, 5 January 2015
If you’ve ever wondered why a Rolex was so expensive you may want to watch this demonstration of a Rolex Submariner being disassembled, showing the intricacies involved in the time piece in exquisite detail. The demonstration is of course performed by a professional watchmaker, who meticulously picks apart the watch with great skill.
Friday, 2 January 2015
Not many people in this world enjoy hearing their alarm in the morning, annoying you to get out of that warm comfy bed. What’s even worse is being disturbed
In 1993, the Internet was both old and so, so young. The network hosted mature services like newsgroups (discussion forums), FTP servers (file downloads), Gopher (for Web-like things before the Web), and so on. But in 1993 things got real when the Mosaic Web browser was released. That year, the PBS show Computer Chronicles spent