If youâ€™re going to visit Los Angeles, youâ€™re going to want to party; and if youâ€™re going to want to party, youâ€™re going to want to eat, which is why Thrillistâ€™s Late-Night Gorging guide should be an important part of your pre-inebriation ritual. The print at home card features 50 late-night eateries, as well as a few that will cater to you all night long while you attempt to eat off that hangover. Good luck, itâ€™ll never work.
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When I first saw the cover of this book, I though it was a well executed and well Photoshoped joke. Strangely enough though, itâ€™s an actual book, with actual advice for how to get it on in (and possibly on) a car. Insights include the obvious, like avoiding gearshifts and seatbelts, to the more heavily researched, like the best cars (Lincoln Town Car, Volvo V70), and the worst cars (Honda Insight, Ford GT). There are illustrations and advice for over 20 makes and models, from compacts and sedans to hybrids and SUVs, and there are even two included double-page gatefolds for taxicab eroticism and limousine service. If youâ€™ve been looking to rev up your sex life, then maybe this glove-compartment-sized guide is just the ticket. Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines.
If youâ€™re looking to get into the kick culture, Product Dose has put together a guide called Sneakers For Starters. Featuring the classics, the underdogs, and the new additions, it will make sure you know the difference between â€œthe bad-ugly (say, Sketchers) from the good-ugly (Greedy Genius), and the unhyped conventional (New Balance) from the overhyped conventional (Nike)â€ in no time. Itâ€™s good to know where to start.
Esquire is all about the oyster, and has put together a great little guide to enjoying the great little shelled invertebrate. Including four things you should know, the east coast/west coast thing, a shucking guide and a few places to get some great ones, itâ€™ll have you slurping down a newly appreciated snack in no time. Just be sure to watch out for the pearls.
One thing that makes Firefox so great is its customizability. Lifehacker has put together a nice little tutorial for changing values and tweaking the little known and littler used about:config settings. It looks daunting at first, but by following the guide, you canâ€™t stray too far off course, and soon youâ€™ll find yourself tweaking with ease (doesnâ€™t that just sound illegal). Give it a try, youâ€™ll be glad you did.