If it feels like you live in your car, do yourself a favor and install a fridge. The Basecamp Portable fridge and freezer plugs into your car’s accessory socket providing a cool 42-quart capacity for your next meal in the driver’s seat, campout, or even a road soda. When you reach your destination, simply plug it into a regular socket to keep things cool.
Love stories are better with battles and blood. That’s exactly what you’ll get with The Samurai Trilogy. This Criterion release includes three classic Japanese warrior films from the 50s, all digitally restored: Duel at Ichijoji Temple, Musashi Miyamoto, and Duel at Ganryu Island.
Saying you just ate a buffalo burger or a bison steak sounds pretty badass. But what’s even better is that buffalo is healthier than beef, chicken, and even fish due to its high protein, low fat content. Wild Idea Buffalo Company’s 100-percent grass-fed, hormone- and antibiotic-free meats are even healthier. Wild Idea offers steaks, ground meat, sausages, ribs, even jerky. Source
At just 3 oz., the incredibly packable PackBack is a great back-up bag for travel. Just throw it in your luggage. It’s also big enough to carry everything you need for a day hike or a quick run to the market.
Your 40-ounce of Olde English malt liquor and bottles of Wild Irish Rose won’t fit in these Hobo Tin Can Beer Holders, but regular 12-ounce beers will. They’re made of upcycled materials and available with a hand-stamped name plaque so the other hobos won’t try to swoop on your drink.
Like all bikes from Hamburg, Germany-based builder Axel Budde, this Guzzi café racer is a one off. Aside from that rebuilt V11 motor, just about every other part on the bike is custom, handmade or re-purposed from a treasure chest of 80s Italian parts. The balanced silhouette, power, and undeniable appeal of this bike beg the question: Why don’t any new bikes look this cool? Source
The idea of a vacation in outer space is pretty exciting. Even with a price tag of $155 million, there are plenty of earthlings who will get in line for a round-trip ticket to the moon with commercial aerospace outfit Excalibur Almaz. But read the fine print and you’ll learn that your moon vessel is a used, Soviet-era spaceship. You think that could be a deal breaker?
Until cyber-hacktivists Anonymous came along, hackers were just the stuff of urban legend and IT-guy lore. But Anonymous has made a global impact by successfully targeting corporations like Visa, the Vatican, Fox, and Master Card and screwing with them. This book reveals the details and players behind this growing global cyber insurgency movement.
If you’re not a fan of cartoon remakes, vampires or superheroes, Hollywood has nothing for you right now. And the outlook isn’t too promising either. Instead, why not stay home and enjoy a classic? The entire 4-film series of Indiana Jones’ adventures will be out on Blu-ray in September.