The title URL says most of it. But since food is first you wouldn't think that there's so much more that's back of this site's many link buttons. These links are to part blog, part how-to areas that themselves have more buttons. There are a pretty large number of people writing about "Gadget Hacks" phone info and hacks, appliances, and the like, "Next Reality" full of odd stuff, and "Null Byte" things, all in addition to the food articles. Thankfully there is a search that works.
I like the site well enough, but only gave them four stars because I found most of the explanations simplistic and some incomplete. This smacks of being reader written rather than by a more professional staff (remember there's a really lot of them). As an example "Fresh Hacks for a Changing World" has so far not realized its potential for me. Behind some of the others like "The Secret Yumiverse," "Moe Gyversisms," "Invisierse," etc., the trend seemed to be just like the cutesy names..wide open and attracting writers that have maybe done it once and written it up without any in-depth involved just to get in another article. In other words, these are not professionals that kno their stuff inside and out, but write it up anyway.
A few others are: "Lock Picking Mad Science Mind," "Driverless," and more, so there's a lot there and take your pick, both good and bad, but watch for shallowness and move on quickly before you accept anything as gospel from this site.
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