Ghosty is a ghost for your Sonos system. It wakes up at night and plays scary noises at low volumes on randomly selected speakers. It covers its tracks, and tries not to play so frequently that it becomes predictable. Really, the only way to know for sure that it’s responsible for the sound you’re hearing is to watch the Sonos controller as it’s happening.
Ghosty turns any Sonos-powered home into the haunted house of the future. This is meant to be funny, not mean spirited. Please use it in hilarious, good-natured ways.
No matter how caught up we get in our stressful day-to-day lives, nature always gives us the perfect place to escape to. The great outdoors have a way of making you seem small and insignificant, and of putting all of your problems into perspective. With that in mind, here are some stunning photographs showing just how small we can seem when eclipsed by the powerful wonder of nature.
Studies have shown that setting an intention brings you tangibly closer to your goal. What would happen if we brought together a critical mass to set the shared intention for peace—within ourselves, and around the world? We need your help to find out.
i’ve recently taken on meditating and can truly say its as good as everyone swears by.
The building at 190 Bowery is a mystery: a graffiti-covered Gilded Age relic, with a beat-up wooden door that looks like it hasn’t been opened since La Guardia was mayor. A few years ago, that described a lot of the neighborhood, but with the Bowery Hotel and the New Museum, the Rogan and John Varvatos boutiques, 190 is now an anomaly, not the norm. Why isn’t some developer turning it into luxury condos?
Because Jay Maisel, the photographer who bought it 42 years ago for $102,000, still lives there, with his wife, Linda Adam Maisel, and daughter, Amanda. It isn’t a decrepit ruin; 190 Bowery is a six-story, 72-room, 35,000-square-foot (depending on how you measure) single-family home.
i’ve been seeing a lot of awesome long form video content this week but this one takes the cake. 👏 for old navy
Considering tweens’ love of heartfelt musical numbers (how many times have you been forced to listen to “Let It Go” in the past year?) and the cameos from various AwesomenessTV stars, “Unlimited” should be pretty appealing to its target audience. (In fact, it’s racked up almost 3.5 million YouTube views in a week.) And if your household tween does beg you to download the song on iTunes, at least you’ll feel better knowing that part of the proceeds go directly to the Boys & Girls Clubs of America.