Before I share the image for this post, let me give everyone a quick background.
For about 100 years, the British ruled what is today known as the Asian subcontinent (or Indian subcontinent) — the countries of Pakistan, India, and …Read More »
Someone who was simply bored, ingenuity in the face of harsh financial conditions, a salute to peace, a love for music, or simply an opportunity to turn a leftover war relic to good use, or maybe some other reason — …Read More »
Most people have heard of Hurricane Sandy, the storm that devastated the American East Coast last year. The same region that was hit with Hurricane Sandy was recently hit with a winter blizzard and/or snowstorm. The city of Boston was …Read More »
Advance notice to all dotTechies who own Apple products, want to own Apple products, and/or like or love Apple: don’t be offended, this post is a joke (and I didn’t create the image, I just found it)!
What do you …Read More »
Advance notice to my friends from the United Kingdom: don’t be offended, this post is a joke (and I didn’t create the image, I just found it)!
I am sure if you live in the United Kingdom you probably have …Read More »
Awesome long-exposure photo shows 80,000 people leaving Wembley Stadium in the UK [Amazing Photo of the Day]
Wembley Stadium was originally 1923 in Wembley Park, in the Borough of Brent, London, England. It was demolished in 2003 and a new Wembley Stadium was built in the same place until 2007. On March 9, 2007 the new Wembley …Read More »
How many dotTechies depend on coffee (or tea) to keep them awake and alert throughout the day? Although I drink coffee (or Coke or Pepsi) to stay awake during the day when I am about to fall asleep, I am …Read More »
The best way to describe Apple rumors is: when it rains, it pours. We have had a nice dose of continual iPhone 5S and iPhone 6 rumors, such as the recent claim that a 5-inch iPhone 6 has been spotted. …Read More »
A few days ago we shared a stunning photo of Crater Lake National Park in Oregon. Today we have a photo of yet another place in Oregon to share with you — ‘Thor’s Well’.
You know that hole to China …Read More »
I am not sure how it works in other countries, but here in the United States we have something called ‘STOP’ signs. These signs are typically at intersections on roads that don’t have a stoplight. If you see one on …Read More »
How many dotTechies are car people? (Or maybe I should ask how many dotTechies are car guys. No offense ladies.) And by car people I mean not just admiring exotic (and sometimes not so exotic) vehicles but also having …Read More »
I don’t know about other countries or regions but here in the United States we pretty much have a warning label on everything. For example, hot coffee from a store like Starbucks comes with something along the lines of “warning …Read More »
When prompted by something frightening, different people react in different way. Some people run or hide in fear. Others start laughing. Yet others get physical… like the guy in the following video. Check it out:
Oh, and don’t worry …Read More »
Yesterday we saw a stunning photo of winter scenery at Crater Lake National Park in Oregon, United States. Today we have yet another stunning nature photo to share with you.
The following photo shows Orion, Taurus, and the Pleiades stars …Read More »
For all the great things Microsoft has done for the world (and mind you, they have done some great things — nobody can rightly deny that, regardless of how much you hate Microsoft), they get a lot of crap from …Read More »
Living in the United States and having a name of Arabic origins is, for the lack of a better word, interesting. Rarely can anyone properly say my name. And I have to give a fake name whenever I go to …Read More »
It has been a while since we shared an Amazing Photo of the Day of national beauty. To make up for the extended hiatus, today we have an absolutely gorgeous shot to share with you today.
The following photo is …Read More »
Last week we saw photos of the ‘Death Cage’, a tourist attraction where people get inside a pool with a crocodile. Today we have another crocodile photo to share with you. This one, however, is a bit different. This one …Read More »
How many dotTechies watch Jeopardy? I do not… not anymore anyway, I used to as a kid with my dad. How many dotTechies watched today’s (Feb 6, 2012) Jeopardy? I wish I had watched Jeopardy today because, if I had, …Read More »
For some reason, we humans like destruction, particularly blowing stuff up. While I’m sure all of us ‘normal’ people probably won’t blow anything up in our lives, that doesn’t stop us from enjoying the destruction on YouTube. And slow motion …Read More »
I am sure everyone has heard a derivative of the joke “how many [insert name here] does it take to screw in a light bulb”. However, I am sure none of you heard the following version: how many tigers does …Read More »
How many dotTechies live in an apartment or otherwise non-one story home? If you do, care to describe what your worst nightmare is in relation to your home? Fire? Flood? How about… coming home from a hard day of work …Read More »
This is how astronauts wash their hands in space… and it ain’t as easy as turning on the tap [Video]
We have already seen how it is like to drive on the Moon. Now let’s find out how astronauts wash their hands in space. (At this rate we will be experts on space travel in no time.) Check it out:…Read More »
Having family that lives in other parts of the world, since a kid I have been a regular traveler by air. I remember when I was younger we were allowed to carry two checked-in bags weighing 70 lbs each, didn’t …Read More »
How many dotTechies drive cars regularly, or drove cars regularly in a past life? My guess is most. How many dotTechies have gotten into major accidents? I hope none. In my short time as a driver, I have only had …Read More »
Dubai is known in some circle as the Las Vegas of the Middle East. Why? I am not completely sure but probably because of how many tourists visit the city every year. It definitely isn’t because of similar terrain.
In …Read More »
With so many hacking incidents hitting the headlines recently, and with many of them being blamed (directly or indirectly) on Chinese hackers, it was only a matter of time before someone cooked up a joke about it all, right? Well …Read More »
‘Clouded leopards’ look awesome, regardless of if you like big cats or not [Amazing Photo of the Day]
In the past I have been (playfully) accused of being overly obsessive with big cats. I denied it and, to prove my innocence, I stopped posting about big cats for a while. You know, like five days. Maybe.
Oh screw …Read More »
Okay, before everyone gets all anti-war or pro-armed-forces on me, let me say this isn’t a post about war or soldiers or fighting. This is a post about a joke. A joke written by a new recruit to the army …Read More »
Sometimes the comics we feature on dotTech are funny; other times, they are not. Today I have a comic that I am sure will make you laugh. I quite literally laughed out loud when I read it.
Before I show …Read More »
Maybe I am the oddball here (okay, I am most definitely the oddball here) but I never, ever learned how to build a snowman. To this day I don’t know how to build a snowman. And it isn’t because I …Read More »
Here is something a little offbeat for your Sunday.
The following two quick videos (less than three minutes each) that spill out a bunch of interesting facts that I bet you did not know. Check them out:
…How many people …Read More »
You have a head (I hope). I have a head (hang on, let me double check… yep, still there). What if, instead of a head, you had iPads? What would you look like? How would you see? How would people …Read More »
Anyone that has been to a South American, Africa, or Asian country (or to the shady parts of some towns in European and American cities) knows how prevalent bootleg movies are. Literally for dimes on the dollar you can grab …Read More »