Texas is the land of smoked meat. And this time, we’re talking barbecue not making another crude & outdated reference to Debbie Does Dallas. The first in a new Anthony Bourdain series, this book by barbecue snob Daniel Vaughn takes you on an A to Z tour of Texas BBQ filled with recipes, tips, & secrets guaranteed to help you get your meat smoked properly.
While Adobe figures out how to do away with software they’ve decided to step into the hardware market, with the Project Mighty Smart Stylus & Napoleon Ruler. The stylus works much like the one you use now but together with the ruler it enables you to create curved and angled shapes. It’s designed to work with a yet unreleased app and according to Adobe it’s also “cloud connected.”
For some reason, nobody ever tries to reinvent the wheel but as you can see here, some dudes tried their hand at reinventing the hammer. The Cole-Bar Hammer is 7 tools in 1: hammer, crow bar, demolition tool, angle measurement tool, ruler, socket wrench and nail pliers.
The rear end of the 2014 Porsche 911 Turbo is wider than a pair of Kardashians bending down to touch their toes. And there are plenty of other reasons to perv out on this just-released pair of Porsches. To mark the 40th Anniversary of 911 Turbo, they’ve fitted the ’14 911 Turbo & Turbo S with an all new chassis, a new AWD system, active rear axle steering and they bumped the power in the flat-six motor up to 560 horsepower.
You’ve got a boatload of toys and gear, so a 650-liter roofbox for the car makes perfect sense. And it does more than just carrying all your gear, the BoatPack converts into a little rowboat for two. You can even put a little electirc outboard motor on there if you prefer that kind of motorboating.
It’s not a phone, it’s a flask that looks like one. It holds 5 ounces of liquor, enough to turn even that dreadful Monday morning meeting into your own personal party. And as long as you’ve got some mints or gum to tame your booze breath, you should be good.
The ProDesk3D is the world’s first full-color 3D desktop printer. With its 25-micron dual extruder head, it does what other 3D printers do but its 5-color cartridge system offers the option to tint your creations in the color of your choice. If you get really good with this thing, you should be able to use this 3D printer to print more 3D printers, which you could then sell to offset the cost of the first one. via
With all the books out there about people who survived the plane crash/ship sinking/Siberian winter, you might start thinking that survival against all odds isn’t so “miraculous” after all. Into The Abyss is about a 1984 plane crash in the remote backcountry of Alberta. 4 out of 10 survived. 1 of them was an outlaw prisoner being transported. Find out what he did when they took off the handcuffs.
If you’ve got a balcony instead of a backyard, this space-saving rail-mounted grill, gives you and your BBQ guests more room to enjoy the view. It mounts to your deck railing or wall with standard flowerpot mounts.
Save your muscles for the gym. The 10-Amp SDS-Max demolition hammer will breeze through brutal grunt work like cutting masonry & concrete, ripping up floor tiles, separating blocks & bricks and other destructive tasks of all sorts. An adjustable Vario-Lock head gives you 12 positions for the chisel mechanism, so you can always get the perfect angle for ripping it up.