The original version of “Under the Sea” for comparison:
An orange tabby named Kyo fully enjoys his time being belly up, swaying back and forth in a baby swing and playing with the toys that hover above. According to Kyo’s human Jeremy Trader, he’ll probably be hanging on to the swing longer than he had originally planned.
Our cat, Kyo loves the baby swing more than the baby! This just confirms for us that toys made for our kids and pets aren’t so different after all. We’re probably going to keep the swing for the cat even after our kid has outgrown it.
Krispy Kreme Doughnuts is celebrating the 30th anniversary of the classic film Ghostbusters with two special donuts. One features a candy Ghostbusters logo over a green splat inspired by the character Slimer, and the other is made to look like the The Stay Puft Marshmallow Man including a candy sailor hat. Both donuts are filled with marshmallow.
The special doughnuts will be available at Krispy Kreme locations in the United States and Canada between September 29th and October 31st, 2014 while supplies last.
A young man named Jack was the first person in Perth, Australia to buy the new Apple iPhone 6 (see previously) which went on sale September 19th, 2014. During an interview with 9 News Perth, Jack dropped the phone on the ground immediately after opening the box. In the video, Jack says, “We’re good,” over a roaring crowd as he picks up the phone, but 9 News Perth says the fall scratched the phone’s screen.
It’s always best to stay calm when you’re handling something fragile – as the first Perth man to buy an iPhone 6 found out this morning.
via 9 News Perth
iFixit has posted separate teardowns of Apple‘s recently released iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. The full teardowns for both the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus are available at iFixit for more photos and information on how repairable each phone is. The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are currently available via Apple.
Print the Legend is a new documentary directed by Luis Lopez and J. Clay Tweel that examines the rise of consumer 3D printer manufacturers like MakerBot, 3D Systems, and FormLabs. The film, which debuted at South by Southwest (SXSW), will be distributed exclusively through Netflix.
image via Print the Legend
On this day in which the question of Scottish Independence was answered with a (slight) “nay” majority ruling in favor of remaining a part of the United Kingdom, some might find this lesson in basic Scottish insults by Erin Doogan aka Beauty Creep to be somewhat helpful in expressing their feelings in a geographically appropriate manner.