‘The World’s Most Remote Pop-Up Shop’ Handed Out Gear 300 Feet Up A Sheer Cliff

‘The World’s Most Remote Pop-Up Shop’ Handed Out Gear 300 Feet Up A Sheer Cliff

Climbers on the iconic Bastille in Eldorado Canyon deal with heavy winds, pouring rain and temperatures that can rise and fall by as much as 40 degrees in August. As prepped as they might be, they could likely use an extra layer or two on their way to the top of this picturesque mountain outside Boulder, Colorado. Continue reading »

The Mudmen Of The Western Highlands – The Terrifying Tribe From A Remote Part Of Papua New Guinea

The Mudmen Of The Western Highlands - The Terrifying Tribe From A Remote Part Of Papua New Guinea
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Papua New Guinea is a land of Wig-Schools, Wig-Teachers and WigMen, impenetrable rain-forests, sweet potatoes and pigs. A land of the Cus-Cus, the Cassowary and thirty-eight species of Birds of Paradise. A land without sheep, goats, cows or milk. Continue reading »

Children From A Remote Village In China Have To Take A Dangerous Path To Get To School

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These children from Atule’er village in China put their lives in danger every day when they are going to school. To get there, they have to climb up the side of a mountain on a vertical ladder that is unsafely attached to the steep cliff. Continue reading »

Massive Landslide Buries Remote Afghan Village

Last Friday, in Afghanistan’s mountainous northeastern province of Badakhshan, an enormous landslide took place, burying much of a small village, and killing hundreds. Officials say that at least 300 residents of Abi Barik village were killed, but are uncertain about exact numbers, cautioning that the final number could be 500 or more. Rescue teams gave up hope on Saturday of finding any survivors, focusing energy on helping the hundreds suddenly made homeless. Many of the surviving families have struggled to get aid. Some have gone to nearby villages to stay with relatives or friends, while others have slept in tents provided by aid groups.

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An aerial view shows the site of Friday’s landslide that buried Abi Barik village in Badakhshan province, northeastern Afghanistan, on May 5, 2014. Afghan officials said they plan to build new houses for hundreds of families made homeless by a landslide that entombed a northeastern village and killed at least 300 people, perhaps as many as 2,700. (Wakil Kohsar/AFP/Getty Images)
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Inuits from Remote Russia Get Used to being Photographed for the Very First Time

Inuits from Remote Russia Get Used to being Photographed for the Very First Time
Braving temperatures of -45f to visit a place that is literally located at the end of the earth, Sasha Leahovcenco photographed people who have never had their picture taken before.

Trudging through snow drifts and blizzards, across the deep tundra of the northern Russian region of Chukotka, Leahovcenco traveled to meet a small nomadic tribe of reindeer herders – disconnected from the modern world where the way of life has barely changed for thousands of years. Bringing along a digital printer to the region where it the record high is barely above 90f, Leahovcenco photographed the men, women and children of the hardy native people there – and then to their delight showed them pictures of themselves for the first time in their lives. Continue reading »

Apple Depot Earbuds with Mic & Remote

Apple Depot Earbuds with Mic & Remote
Apple Depot Earbuds with Mic & Remote

We know how tough it is to find a durable and affordable pair of headphones these days and is why we’re bringing these In-Ear Stereo PolyPhones to the table. These headphones combine high quality sound output with scientifically developed sound isolation that creates a music listening experience you won’t be disappointed with, especially for ONLY $15.

These WHITE PolyPhone headphones (shown in the pictures above) even come in a sleek carrying case so you can protect your earbuds when they’re not in use.

If you’re active like us you know how many pairs of headphones you blow through in a given year so a nice extra set is always needed. With these headphones the molded earpieces fit your ear perfectly and they’re formed to comfortably seal the ear, thus allowing you to experience your music and conversations to their fullest potential. The remote control gives you total freedom to start, stop, pause music and video, answer calls, and adjust volume, all right from your fingertips. And lastly, the built-in microphone works great and is positioned perfectly to catch your voice and to block out background sounds. What’s not to love?

Key benefits:

In-ear earpieces are molded for optimum comfort and sound isolation
High quality ABS cylinders are moisture-proof and water resistant
Remote control and microphone are positioned at an optimum distance on the cord for efficient hands-free communication and playback control
Powerful full-range frequency response

An In-Ear Stereo System That’ll Keep You In The Zone!

NOCS Releases NS600 Crush – Earphones with Remote and Mic Designed in Stockholm, Sweden

Cast aside those big headphones – the future of professional earphones stands before you. Sleek with full sound and emphasizing innovation over redundancy, the NS600 Crush is in a class by itself. Possessed of a cutting-edge Dual Dynamic drivers set-up, the sound quality must be heard to be believed.

A must-have for any traveling DJ!

NOCS Releases NS600 Crush - Earphones with Remote and Mic Designed in Stockholm, Sweden

Sound characteristics

The NS600 Crush was designed with one objective in mind: to rise head and shoulders above the competition.
The Crush’s unique Dual Dynamic technology features two drivers per earphone, creating a tweeter + woofer set-up that delivers a superior full-range sound complete with impressive highs, compelling mids and an exceptionally full and rich bass. If you’re serious about your music, then this is the earphone for you. Continue reading »

Dubai Opens New Driverless, Remote-Controlled Metro Service

Dubai Opens New Driverless, Remote-Controlled Metro Service

Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum (yellow) arrives at a metro station to inaugurate the second metro rail network, after a two-year delay, in the Gulf emirate of Dubai on September 9, 2011. (Karim Sahib / AFP – Getty Images) Continue reading »