Whenever a new technology is created, hackers will find a way to crack it. We’ve seen some seriously creepy methods over the last few years, including hackers gaining access to speakers on kids toys, allowing them to play their own audio through them, as well as a multitude of other toy vulnerabilities. We’ve even seenContinue reading
Just a quick post this morning to wish you all a Merry Christmas before I head on up to Mum’s place for Crimbo dinner. I hope Santa delivered what you wished for! If not, I hope these Alternative Crimbo songs cheer you up. Looking for Christmas Gift Ideas? Click here. Slipknot Christmas Lights Youtuber SlayerContinue reading
From wildlife hunting to climate change to nuclear waste, there is no shortage of environmental issues that need our attention. Thanks to film makers, journalists and researchers around the globe, we are now more informed about our impact on the environment than ever before. As a documentary addict I want to share with you aContinue reading
Clicks of Awesome is a regular feature where I share with you my favourite videos, articles and other fun stuff from around the internet. Read past Clicks of Awesome here. Freaky Eye Research. Italian psychologist, Giovanni Caputo has discovered that staring in to peoples eyes can induce some creepy effects, including hallucinations and memory loss.Continue reading
It’s International Women’s Day! The day women across the globe celebrate each others achievements and continue to show support by empowering one another to believe in ourselves and become the best we can be. To celebrate, I’ve compiled a list of some of the women who inspire me (I could of gone on all dayContinue reading
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