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Guy Makes 660-foot Basketball Shot from Atop a Waterfall

Guy Makes 660-foot Basketball Shot from Atop a Waterfall
I’m pretty good from the free throw line. Occasionally, I may even get nothing but net from full court, if I get lucky. But I’m not this good. Watch the guys from How Ridiculous take what should be an impossible 660-foot basketball shot, and make it look easy.

Africa’s Underwater Hotel The Manta Resort: Is That Captain Nemo out My Window?

Africa’s Underwater Hotel The Manta Resort: Is That Captain Nemo out My Window?
I guess that if you’re not afraid of water, then underwater hotels can make for some fabulous sights. This new one will provide you with an amazing stay, thanks to being submerged more than 13 feet below the surface of the ocean.
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No Baskets Were Harmed in the Weaving of This Awesome Wicker-Covered Car

No Baskets Were Harmed in the Weaving of This Awesome Wicker-Covered Car
Weaving is both an art and a learned skill. Given the fact that I cannot weave anything decent to save my life, I have utmost respect for weavers who know their craft, like Nigerian artisan Ojo Obaniyi from Ibadan.

Mad Max Motorcycle Built from Car that Broke Down in the Desert

Mad Max Motorcycle Built from Car that Broke Down in the Desert
For most of us, if our car broke down in the desert, we would have no choice but to just walk or pray for rescue. Most of are not so technically inclined to take our cars and build something else out of the parts.

African Entrerpreneur Making Wooden Outlet Strips

African Entrerpreneur Making Wooden Outlet Strips
Here in the U.S. and in much of the Western world, we take many of the little things for granted. For instance, if you want a power strip, you just head down to your local Best Buy or other mega-chain store and buy one.

Robot Built From Used Television Parts Inspires People, Old Tvs

Robot Built From Used Television Parts Inspires People, Old Tvs
A young Togolese man named Sam Todo made a humanoid robot “almost entirely from old television sets.” Todo built the robot as a way of encouraging his fellow Africans to become more interested in science and technology.

Cherrypal Africa $99 Netbook: Too Cheap to be True?

Cherrypal Africa $99 Netbook: Too Cheap to be True?
Cherrypal specializes in selling cheap computers, and their latest product is testament to that. The Africa is a 7-inch netbook equipped with a 400 MHz processor, 256 MB of RAM and 2 GB flash memory, and runs either a Linux OS or Windows CE.

Playpump Helps Quench Thirst the Fun and Simple Way

Playpump Helps Quench Thirst the Fun and Simple Way
According to Playpumps International, more than one billion people in the world do not have access to clean water. Water-related diseases are responsible for 80% of sicknesses and are the leading cause of death worldwide. In response to this urgent problem, Playpumps International are helping many communities in Third World countries to have an simple and easy to operate mechanism to obtain drinking water.
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