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  • 6 Tips for Networking Success at #SXSW

    Networking is an art, and SXSW is one of the best places to hone your craft. So if you’re looking for a few ways to make the most out of your trip to SXSW, we’ve gathered some tips below to help break the ice, maximize your networking time, and have a lot of fun doing it.

  • First Marijuana Commercial Debuts On Network TV, Watch It Now

    MarijuanaDoctors.com is a new service that connects patients with physicians for medical marijuana recommendations and to help get the word out they produced a commercial that will begin to air of network TV. As laws around America change it is certainly a brave new world for this booming industry.

  • World’s Largest Aircraft Unveiled In Britain

    At 302 feet, the recently unveiled Airlander is the world’s largest aircraft. The helium-filled airship began as a joint project for the US Army from Hybrid Air Vehicles and Northrup Grumman, but after budget cuts last year, the vehicle was headed to the scrap yard. The Army offered to sell it to HAV for $44 million, but HAV didn’t have the cash. They eventually settled on $301,000, less than 1% of what the US Army paid for it. Hmmm…suddenly these budget problems are making a lot of sense. With the project back in HAV’s hands, it was renamed the Airlander and the prototype was re-unveiled in Britain. No longer an Army spy-drone, HAV now advertise its utility for humanitarian aid, providing communications, broadcasting sporting events, and surveillance. The Airlander can stay in the air for up to 3 weeks, carry loads up 11 tons, and set down on land, water, or ice. An even longer passenger version is planned for next year. And the coolest thing about the HAV Airlander? One of the investor’s is Bruce Dickinson, lead singer of Iron Maiden and pilot of the band’s jet, “Ed Force One.”

  • Walk Around Jerry Seinfeld’s Apartment with Virtual Reality Goggles

    Artist Greg Miller was new to 3-D modeling, so he sought out to give himself a simple project. A project that would eventually gain him internet glory in the form of Seinfeld’s famous New York City apartment. After sourcing a few initial projects Greg decided to use a platform that was simple and familiar to not only himself, but the audience he’d be sharing it with. Why not start with argualbly the most famous fictional apartment in NYC history, Jerry Seinfeld’s one bedroom. “I started by scouring the Internet for screen shots of Jerry’s apartment but that didn’t yield much. Eventually I resorted to screen-capping streaming episodes so I could get detailed images of the various items around the set. I tried to be faithful to the shows original props and it’s era, but some things were near impossible to Google. I did a lot of research and tried to find images of the original products used in the show, and modeled around those dimensions, rather than relying solely on blurry screen shots. I found lots of good footage of the bathroom in the episode “The Barber,” during the part that Newman enters Jerry’s bathroom to find a hair sample.” more »

  • Adidas Primeknit Cleat

    This month adidas will launch a revolutionary cleat that will revolutionize the game of soccer. The Pimeknit boot is made of weaved knitted thread creating a seemingly weightless boot. The limited edition boot (available from Monday March 17th) is the first football boot to have an upper that is knitted from heel-to-toe, providing a bespoke second-skin fit that retains the strength of a conventional boot. New levels of flexibility and comfort are provided by the one-piece knitted upper of the boot and the yarns used to construct primeknit provide stability and strength equal to conventional boots. adidas primeknit boot.

  • The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly From The Geneva Motor Show [32 HQ Photos]

    Each year in March, the International Geneva Motor Show is held at the Geneva Palexpo convention center. Since the first show in 1905, Geneva has been the show for automobile manufacturers to unveil their most ambitious concepts. Although exotic supercars usually get the most attention, the latest technological breakthroughs are also met with great fanfare. More so than other shows, automobile manufacturers worldwide consider the Geneva Motor Show a level playing field because the hosting nation, Switzerland, has no auto industry of its own. We’ve shared some of our favorites form the show below, whether it’s because we want to drive them or because they look so insanely ridiculous. The Volkswagen Giugiaro Clipper Concept is our current favorite. Which one do you want to take for a spin?

  • Niagara Falls Has Completely Frozen Over [13 HQ Photos]

    This Polar Vortex has gone too far. With low temperatures gripping the East Coast Niagara Falls has frozen over. It happens nearly every year and believe it or not the Weather Channel says it was legal to walk across the falls on the ice bridge that formed until 1912. We’ve all heard the stories of tourists riding down the falls in wooden barrels in the early 1900s. But did you know that in the past when the falls were frozen, visitors were allowed to walk across the falls on the “ice bridge” created by extreme cold, according to Gizmodo? This dangerous activity was banned after three tourists died when the ice cracked on February 4, 1912. We went through the internet archives and found a few incredible pictures of the falls frozen over. 

  • True Detective Limited Edition Prints

    Minimalist designer, Nigel Dennis created a series of fine limited edition prints inspired by the show everyone’s been filling their Breaking Bad Void with. These True Detective prints feature a series of thurteen very limited prints chronicling the story of “Rust” Cohle and Martin Hart’s investigative theories in the inaugural season of True Detective. Prints include the duo in ’95 and then again today, Rust’s infamous beer can cut-outs, symbolic references to the killer at hand and even a step by step chart from the riot scene. The prints come individual at 24” X 36” or with a set of postcard prints. True Detective Limited Edition Prints

  • Transformers 4: Age of Explosions and Robot Noises

    The official trailer for Transformers: Age of Extinction has just hit the press. Like the rest of the over the top Transformers franchise, this promises to have all the building smashing, robot noise making, explosive excitement as the rest of ‘em, topped off with a little Wahlberg flavor. “Hey bad-guy dinosauh robot, say hi to your mothah foh me.” Wahlberg then proceeds to stab bad-guy robot dinosaur in the head with a giant sword, rendering the beast neutralized.

  • New Marijuana Study Confirms Everyone Knows You’re High And You Will Be Stoned Forever [Video]

    Aw man, I knew it. I mean, that is to say, I think I overheard some nefarious drug addict types that listen to jazz and use hip slang like “organic quinoa hummus” talking about this sort of thing when I got off at the wrong bus stop one time. But seriously, how long do you think it will take before our parents and grandparents are sharing this startling news story on Facebook? Hey…did you just hear that? I think it’s the cops…

  • Brian Wilson’s First Spring Training Pitch was a Glorious Knuckleball

    In cool, but unsurprising news, eccentric Dodgers pitcher, Brian Wilson threw knuckleball for his first pitch this past Tuesday. Wilson has been practicing the pitch throughout training, but until Yesterday kept it in his back pocket. One can only wonder if this will be added to the arsenal or is he just taking it for a spring time stroll? We hope the former.

  • Miserable Men Forced To Go Shopping [51 Photos]

    Here we see the male of the species in the female’s natural habitat, the shopping mall. The female abandons the male, leaving him to guard the goods she has gathered, while she continues to hunt. Occasionally she will return, wearing a different skin, asking the male’s opinion. He will answer “looks great, hun” or face certain death. While the female is away, the male will be consumed in thought, worrying about the money the female is spending, before exhausting himself and falling asleep. Sometimes the males congregate and pretend to look busy on their smartphones while intermittent grunts of “how many pairs of shoes does she need?” and “Mets are looking good this year” are uttered in an attempt to bond. This ritual, know to last for 8 hours or more, can be further examined at the “miserable_men” Instagram.

  • In Honor Of National Pancake Day Make This Bacon-Whiskey-Syrup Immediately

    It’s National Pancake Day. You know this. You can go to IHOP and get a batch of freebies or you can make your very own fluffy discs of deliciousness with this incredibly spiked syrup that will make you wonder how you’ve never put the pieces together. A wonderful blend of whiskey, bacon and maple syrup will put all your troubles behind you. This recipe is perfectly acceptable for breakfast, lunch and certainly dinner.

  • Hoverboards Are Real… Or So Says Tony Hawk

    A virtually unknown company named HuvR released video today of what looks to be a real life prototype of a hover-board delivered to us by Christopher Lloyd in a DeLorean. Tony Hawk, Moby, Terrell Owens and Back to the Future’s Christopher Lloyd were amongst the advocates pushing this product. The video is obviously suspect, watching celebrities and ex-pro athletes float about on the board with what looks like a chest harness strapped to their body. The company is obviously fake, but the back ended question is why? The Verge notes “Is it all a carefully crafted teaser for Tony Hawk’s upcoming mobile game? This seems like a very elaborate production if the end goal is boosting App Store sales.” which could be a strong and most predictable possibility at this point, but their guess is as good as ours. For now, I guess we can all just enjoy the ride they’re taking us on. WEEEEEEEE.

  • Yup, Melissa Bolona Won Mardi Gras [Photo]

    Hold on to your Hurricanes because Melissa Bolona and Love Haus Lingerie gave us all a Mardi Gras surprise that will send shockwaves through every Fat Tuesday party across America. Mardi Gras inspired Satin Lace Bodysuit, need we say more? It’s crystal clear that Melissa is one of the hottest new stars in the game so check out all her behind the scenes photos on Instagram (@MelissaBolona) and once you’re done over there enjoy Melissa’s NFL inspired shoot from the first issue of RSVLTS Magazine.

  • Metropolis II is a Miniature City that Circulates 100,000 Tiny Cars Every Hour

    Metropolis II is an installation located at the  Los Angeles Museum of Art  that circulates 100,000 toy cars every hour through a vast network of 18 tracks. The kinetic roadway was Created by conceptual artist Chris Burden, the piece has been on view since 2011. Burden believes that the era of the free moving car is coming to an end quickly with the self driving car revolution in it’s inaugural years. “Chris Burden’s Metropolis II is an intense kinetic sculpture, modeled after a fast paced, frenetic modern city. Steel beams form an eclectic grid interwoven with an elaborate system of 18 roadways, including one six lane freeway, and HO scale train tracks. Miniature cars speed through the city at 240 scale miles per hour; every hour, the equivalent of approximately 100,000 cars circulate through the dense network of buildings. According to Burden, “The noise, the continuous flow of the trains, and the speeding toy cars produce in the viewer the stress of living in a dynamic, active and bustling 21st century city.”

  • The GORUCK GR1 Is the Last Day/Travel/Excursion Pack You’ll Ever Need

    The be-all-end-all pack tough enough for a commute to work for everyday carry or a trip around the world defending the elements. The GR1 was GORUCK’s original and also it’s most versatile pack. The pack comes equipped with two separate compartments one flat, specifically for up to a 17″ laptop, the other for everyday gear. The pack is highly water resistant making sure the needs of every excursion are well within the means of the GR1. At the bottom of the pack is a large mesh pocket, paired with an internal sleeve on the interior side of the pack, the perfect place for utility tools or just some otehrwise un organized cables. One of the coolest and unique aspects of GR1 is a 2″x3″ velcro patch on the exterior front of the bag. The perfect model for customization, GORUCK sells a wide variety of branded patches or you can purchase your own and sport a flag all your own. Overall the GR1 pack is a no nonsense military grade, bombproof pack built to last through the ages and elements. All GORUCK bags are made in the USA and the GR1 comes in a wide array of 10 colors. Get your more »

  • Own Al Capone’s Florida Villa For $8.44 Million [23 Photos]

    Al Capone’s Miami Villa, where he died from complications from syphilis in 1947, is back on the market. The 1922 Villa was purchased last year for $7 million but apparently houses where STD-infested gangsters spent their final days in dementia are hot right now and the house is now listed at $8.44 million. Although much of the property has changed in the 67 years since Capone’s passing, some original elements, like the black and gold Art Deco powder room, remain. And if security is a concern, Capone’s got you covered. High walls and heavy iron doors are sure to stop the G-Men from showing up unannounced. There is also a large swimming pool with marble all around and a 2 bedroom cabana, perfect for hosting parties where maybe, if you’re lucky, you can contract your very own venereal disease. How can you pass this up? Contact Sotheby’s and put in your bid right now!

  • The Arnold Collins [RSVLTS Drink Infographic]

    Spring reminds us of the beginning of baseball, the end of winter hibernation, people actually smiling, women walking around Manhattan without bras on, but most importantly; Day Drinking. This spring when you’re at an outdoor happy hour spot, drinking on a weekend day, or hell, at your job, concoct one of these guys. It’s a drink you’ve heard of, but probably haven’t the slightest idea whats in it. The Tom Collins isn’t just for the country club anymore. Also try his hybrid freak of deliciousness “The Arnold Collins.”

  • Ukraine’s Forgotten Tank Graveyard [12 Photos]

    In the Ukrainian city of Kharkov, 300 miles east of capital city Kiev and 30 miles form the Russian border, lies a “graveyard” filled with hundreds of Soviet-era tanks. 18-year-old adventurous photographer Patvel Itkin heard about the site from a friend and spent months trying to find its exact location. The area is guarded, but Itkin was able to sneak his way in and capture these photographs while walking the grounds for about two hours. The site was originally a manufacturing plant, producing more than 60 tanks and 55 engines per month, but has been mostly dormant since the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991. There are still a handful of mechanics on site who repair modern tanks, but the old tanks have been long abandoned. With the recent events in Ukraine, the “graveyard” may soon find new life.

  • 20 RSVLTS Approved Travel Experiences That Will Change Your Life

    Travel should transform. Choose your destination wisely, and then the voyage itself, the people you meet, the foods you sample, and the experiences you have will mean you’ve arrived in a whole new place—physically, spiritually, philosophically. This kind of travel isn’t exactly relaxing, but is mere relaxation ever really that satisfying? Our purpose here—on these pages, on this planet—is to squeeze the maximum amount of joy, hilarity, challenge, and accomplishment out of our allotted time. What better way to do that than to travel to places that won’t just be a change of scene, but rather, can provoke a change in you? Men’s Health accumulated 20 such transformative travel experiences. We handpicked 10 of our favorites from the list so check them out then visit Men’s Health to see the rest and start planning your trip. Maybe it’s time to get lost, and find yourself.

  • Whiskey Barrel-Aged Sriracha

    Anything aged in whiskey barrels is better. Fact. Anything with Sriracha added to it is better. Fact. So when Lisa Murphy founded Sosu Sauces, Kickstarter went crazy. Earning $20,000 in less than two days. Over $70,000 to date. Sosu takes their combined philosophy of using fresh, locally sourced ingredients with the age-old craft of fermentation. Aged with a secret pepper mash in whiskey barrels for between 1-3 months. The sriracha takes on complex flavors from the oak barrels and the natural fermentation process. Each bottle is handcrafted and made in small batches to ensure the most intense flavors. Sosu Barrel Aged Sriracha

  • Transforming Bay Bridge Scrap Into Self-Sufficient Housing

    The old Oakland Span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge is headed to the scrapyard, but some enterprising folks in the Bay Area are hoping to make better use of the historic bridge. While some parts will be find their way to parks and museums, most will be junked, but not if Bay Bridge House can help. They aim to use concrete, I-beams, trusses, wires, girders, and more from the old bridge to construct self-sufficient housing for the Bay Area. The Bay Bridge House designs call for a modern contemporary house with a green roof system and solar panels to provide power, and rainwater reclamation to store water for use with the green roof and sewage systems. In addition to the single family house, each design includes 1 or 2 condos or BNB rooms the owner can use to generate income, making the houses completely self-sufficient. It’s a great idea, especially for a state like California that is heavily burdened with energy demands. For more information on the project and the Bay Bridge in general, check out the Bay Bridge House.

  • The Black Tux is the Answer to All Your Wedding Season Problems

    Like it or not, wedding season is upon us. The hotels, the gifts, the dry cleaning is all about to hit full steam ahead. With all the hoopla that surrounds the season, it’s all good and fun (as long as it’s an open bar), but wearing that monkey suit is always a hassle. Always. Now unless you’re a fancy pants aristocrat or a British secret agent, chances are you’ll be renting your fair share of tuxedos come the season. Those tuxedos will more than likely be baggy and more times than not worn. The Black Tux aims to change that. Offering a premium deal at an affordable price with three tux types to choose from, this is the way to go. At $95 per rental you’ll be thanking yourself for going this route as oppose to renting at the seasonal prom shop. Suits are also available for rent on the site. The Black Tux

  • Khurshid Hussain Is The World’s Fastest Nose Typer

    Mohammed Khurshid Hussain, who holds the Guinness World Records for typing the English language alphabet in 3.43 seconds on a keyboard, broke the record for typing a 103-word sentence in the shortest time, with his nose. It was Mr. Hussain’s second attempt to break the world record for typing the sentence ‘Guinness World Records have challenged me to type this sentence using my nose in the fastest time’ with his nose.

  • The 10 Drunkest Moments In Sports History

    Our boys at RESQWATER, the anti-hangover drink hooked us up with a case of product, and that got us thinking about all the times sports fans across the globe could have put the stuff to good use. Here are our top 10 drunkest moments in sports fan history starting with number one, which we just happened to be at in person.

  • Kurt Cobain’s Stuff For Sale On Craigslist

    In memory of Kurt Cobain, on the 20 year anniversary of his death, why not buy his old skis? Or Swatch phone? Or Tomy game? Thanks to a former roommate of Cobain’s, these fine pieces of music history can all be yours! The roommate, a former bass player for Seattle band Gruntruck, has placed an ad on Craigslist with the odd mix of items. You’d think he’d try to cash in on the anniversary with outrageous prices, but they’re not that crazy. The skis are $80, the phone, which is actually pretty rad, is $55, and the Tomy game, Kingman, which still works, is only $25. It’s actually a pretty good deal for a superfan and the roommate claims to have photo proof of Kurt using each of the items. He also says that soon he will put some of Kurt’s clothes and magazines for sale. Wait…did he really hold on to a bunch of gross old flannel and magazines for over 20 years? What a creepy roommate. Source: Craigslist

  • Jimmy Fallon’s 5 Best Classroom Instrument Performances

    Jimmy Fallon and The Roots’s performances alongside top music talent using only instruments found in an elementry school classroom has become one of the Tonight Show’s most sure fire hits so in honor of his latest video with Idina Menzel, singing “Let It Go” from “Frozen”, we give you his five best “Classroom Instrument” performances.

  • The Price Of Pizza In Manhattan, By Neighborhood [Infographic]

    When you think of the cost of living in Manhattan, Pizza isn’t exactly the first thing that comes to mind. Well it should be. Pizza is one, if not the number one type of food sold in Manhattan. With broad ranges of pizzerias found throughout every neighborhood in the city. From the fresh Italian brick oven pies of Little Italy to the heavily inflated cardboard chain “restaurants” of midtown, here is the ultimate breakdown of the price of pizza in NYC.

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