Google is great for a lot of things. But what's not great is the unfortunate way it can reveal to loved ones how screwed up your life really is.
While we go about our busy lives, smoking pipes and seeing things through rose-tinted monocles, we don't ever stop realize how the littlest things tend to make everything we do that much easier.
These technologies are still incredible, but it's happening. The groundwork for their fall from grace is being laid now.
The Internet is not going to wait for us to get our heads around its intricacies. It's far too busy wrapping its own tendrils around the real world.
Our readers put their Google-fu to work and brought out the most insane processes involved in products we use every day.
When it comes to moth wings and hurricanes, these wings turned out to be the strongest.
The Internet is taking its first baby steps toward respectability, but it still has a lot of growing up to do.
Like many of you, a love of gadgets is what I have instead of a soul. So when I say that 2013 was the year consumer tech completely ran out of ideas, I'm not coming at this like a Luddite.
My name is Caleb Brinkman. I'm a white hat hacker, which means I only hurt websites to make them stronger.