The Dad, How Do I? YouTube channel is filled with practical “dadvice” tutorials, everything from how to shave to how to change a tire to how to love yourself.
Inspired by growing up without a father himself, the YouTuber created the channel in hopes that children without dads could find it and use it as a resource. There’s even a bungled dad joke or two thrown in for good measure.
Breathe in this wholesome content and find your faith in humanity restored, at least for an hour or two.
Richard Simmons gave his heart to the world. It was no small feat to be an energetic & effeminate fitness celebrity in the homophobic ‘80s, and yet he still rose to prominence and encouraged self respect at every size many years before it was cool. Richard’s videos didn’t just have us grapevining for our lives, […]
YouTube says it will remove “unsubstantiated medical content”, taking aim at quacks, conspiracy theorists and grifters using the platform to exploit the Covid-19 pandemic. Chief executive Susan Wojcicki said the media giant wanted to stamp out “misinformation on the platform”. Mrs Wojcicki made the remarks on Wednesday during her first interview since the global coronavirus […]
In the days leading up to the U.S. presidential election and on Election Day, YouTube’s homepage will reportedly be advertising only one candidate: Donald Trump.
They’re models…yet, they move. They’re machines…yet, they’re made of wood. They’re assembled…yet, no glue is required. They may be a hodge-podge of contradictions, but UGEARS wooden mechanical model kits are without question absolutely gorgeous. Launched in Ukraine in 2014, UGEARS have created truly remarkable works of art, sustainably sourced, laser-cut plywood pieces fashioned with a […]
While the past two months and the upheavals of our new work from home routines have put many business projects on hold, you might be surprised to learn the changes driven by the pandemic are actually fueling more companies to adopt proven project management tools. With workers handling remaining projects remotely and less direct oversight, […]
Look, we get it. Animal Crossing is about as destressifying as any game could possibly be these days. But, c’mon… There are only so many bugs you can put in a museum and so many seashells you can sell while still maintaining any level of gaming edge. If you’ve already played through everything else in […]