We’ve all wondered, what really happens when we close the fridge door. Thanks to modern technology, this old puzzle is finally solved. Check out the video evidence.
You know the phrase… Necessity is the mother of invention. Well, this woman has been creative and resourceful in her invention. I won’t be taking my washing machine for granted today. Maybe our friends at bicycle.net would appreciate this too.
Sometimes, an ad is just beautiful…
I might get my kids to help load the washing machine to do the laundry if such was possible.
If you have ever wondered how your television works, HowStuffWorks has just what you are looking for. They cover the basic technology in the back of your TV: the four parts, electron gun, steering coils, phosphorus screen, and steering coil. It’s so much easier to understand if you watch the video.
Invisibly small silver ions that eliminate bacterial growth that cause odor are the idea behind Samsung’s SilverCare washer. Channel 4 news in New York met with Consumer Reports who conducted a study on the washers. See their report here.
If you are in the market for a new, large refrigerator and you would like to get a custom, built-in look with standard cabinets, this just might be the fridge for you.
Many children enjoy collecting things- stamps, coins, baseball cards, dolls, vacuums–vacuums?! Yes, Kyle Krichbaum of Michigan has a collection of 165 vacuums including an antique Hoover model O worth about $10,000. He repairs and enjoys using his collection and plans to continue this hobby into his future. You can see him here: