Remember Stephen McLaughlin, the guy who let the internet decide the name of his baby daughter to be? We do too! He set up a website, www.NameMyDaughter.com, and did a casual reddit, generating a ton of suggestions. The final outcome, based on suggestions and their final decision, was:
Built For It Trials "Stack" includes five Cat machines, including Excavators and Telehandlers, against a mountain of massive wood blocks like Jenga. The object of the game is for the heavy equipment operators to remove and reposition the stack of 27 blocks one at a time without toppling the structure, using only their Cat® machines and attachments.
Photo sharing has dominated the internet over the years and is still a huge trend. People keep finding new ways of photo sharing like Instagram and SnapChat. Well, now there's a new mobile app where you don't just share your photos, but you get to see the recipients' reactions, as well.
Bjørn Frilund, a 64-year-old master baiter from the village of Eidsbygda, Norway, found a dildo in a fish he caught one morning after cutting it open. He swears it wasn't his, but thought the fish may have thought it ate a small octopus.
Google has invented a new smart contact lens that measures glucose levels in tears using a tiny wireless chip and miniature glucose sensor, a device that could potentially be incredibly useful for people with diabetes. Prototypes are currently being tested to record readings once every second, with plans to research the ability of using the device to serve as an early warning signal. Glucose levels in people with diabetes change so frequently, round-the-clock monitoring is required. A device like this could be very useful and maybe even save lives.