Sure, it may not be home, but every once in a while it can be nice to actually stay in a hotel. You don’t have to worry about making the bed, food can magically appear right at your door, and you can even instantly get a toothbrush without having to rush out to the closest convenient store. But, as nice as it is, there are always a few upgrades that can be made to improve the experience.
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We all set little goals for ourselves. Maybe the goal is to exercise daily, maybe the goal is to save more money, or maybe the goal is something as little as drinking more water a day. But, as we all know too well, most goals go down the drain within a week of setting them. Hence: New Year’s Resolution is more like New Year’s Day Resolution.
When it comes to cooking, we all know that it’s part creativity and part science. You gotta be creative so you can come up with new and interesting food choices, but you better know the science behind just how long to cook that steak! Hey, no food poisoning around here. And, let’s be honest, for the average at-home chef that last part is where cooking gets us every time!
It’s now 2015 and there are a few, select inventions that we’re still missing in our lives. Look, Back to the Future told us we’d have hoverboards by now and we want our hoverboards! However, considering that kind of technology will take more than just a skateboard, some duct tape, and a few engines, we’re probably still going to have to wait a while for that one. Jetpacks, however, well that’s a different story.
If you are one of the few people in the market for AR eyewear, chances are that you’re already sporting a pair of odd looking glasses and spending a lot of time saying “Okay, Glass.” But if you haven’t taken to Google’s intelligent eyewear and still want to be a part of the fad that never was, Sony now has an alternative.