March 19, 2018

Cartoon of the week

By Tony Zuvela, Cartoonist “It’s my own little World which I can escape to everyday and create a fun, weird, berserk Cartoon to whatever subject I like. I enjoy doing all the work myself, and all the aspects of Cartooning, and seeing my work out there and the reactions it gets.” Buy this Cartoon’s […]

Junior Batabano

Cayman Islands Junior Batabano to see record-breaking participation More than 450 students A record-breaking number of students from government and private schools in the Cayman Islands are busy planning their costume presentation and dance routines for the 15th annual Junior Batabano street parade set for Saturday April 28, 2018. Junior Batabano organizers say some 450 […]

2018 Winter Paralympics

The most inspirational photos from the 2018 Winter Paralympics By ALAN DAWSON From Business Insider Athletes are back in Pyeongchang, South Korea as the 2018 Winter Paralympics are well underway. The Winter Paralympics began on March 9 with a record 650 athletes competing for 80 gold medals in alpine skiing, biathlon, cross-country skiing, sledge hockey, […]

Little Corn

This Tiny Island Off the Coast of Nicaragua Is an Underrated Caribbean Paradise By ELENI N. GAGE From Travel and Leisure My mother always said, “You don’t just marry a man, you marry his whole family.” When I wed Emilio, I got his entire country — Nicaragua. We go there frequently, so I’ve managed to […]

Goodbye bride auction

Say goodbye to the Pirates of the Caribbean bride auction at Disneyland By MARLA JO FISHER |From Orange County Register Disneyland is preparing to nix the familiar scene on its Pirates of the Caribbean ride where captive, tied-up women are auctioned off as brides, presumably to pirates, as it will be shut down temporarily starting […]

Àni Villas

Inside the Dominican Republic’s New Secret Resort BY ANDY ISAACSON From Robb Report Àni Villas is a hidden—and highly exclusive—retreat on the island’s tranquil northern shore. You might think you’ve made a wrong turn on your way to Àni Villas Dominican Republic. Located at the end of an unmarked, pothole-laden dirt road with stray roosters […]

Gadget of the week

This robo-bug can improvise its walk like a real insect By Devin Coldewey From TechCrunch There are plenty of projects out there attempting to replicate the locomotion of insects, but one thing that computers and logic aren’t so good at is improvising and adapting the way even the smallest, simplest bugs do. This project from […]

Custom oceanic map

Pangea’s custom oceanic maps combine bathymetric data with design BY EMILY ENGLE From Core77 Some Friday afternoon eye candy! A couple of years ago, we covered Lake Art, a family-run business that uses a laser cutter/engraver to create decorative objects inspired by local lakes, rivers and oceans. Recently brought to our attention is Pangea, a […]

Air taxi

Larry Page’s autonomous air taxi ‘Cora’ flies in New Zealand By Richard Lawler From engadget Its electric motors let it transition from hover to flight like a Harrier jet. Reports surfaced in 2016 that Google co-founder (and now Alphabet CEO) Larry Page had two “flying car” projects in the works, and while we saw the […]

Surfer catches wave

IMAGE OF THE DAY: Surfer Catches Wave at Jetty Park as the Ruby Ace Sails Away From Space Coast Daily SPACE COAST DAILY IMAGE OF THE DAY This is the Ro-Ro ship Ruby Ace while a surfer enjoys Port Canaveral’s, Jetty Park. (Image by olive_n_mee) BREVARD COUNTY • PORT CANAVERAL, FLORIDA – An image captured […]