How to Layer Clothes for Your Next Outdoor Adventure

How to Layer Clothes for Your Next Outdoor Adventure

Sweat too much and you'll dampen your clothes, and wet fabric will chill and rub your skin raw.Despite the preconceptions, thin merino wool base layers are fine and popular for warm-weather use.For high-intensity activities, such as climbing or backpacking, choose very thin base layers and short underwear.

Games Like Umurangi Generation Bring the Moment Into Focus

Games Like Umurangi Generation Bring the Moment Into Focus

However, it’s not only these characters and the player asserting their presence but the game’s 28-year-old designer Tali Faulkner, whose Māori heritage is suffused throughout the world with visual cues like tāniko and raranga patterns.

A Bird-Feed Seller Beat a Chess Master Online. Then It Got Ugly

A Bird-Feed Seller Beat a Chess Master Online. Then It Got Ugly

Highlighting Dewa_Kipas’s knight on his stream, Rozman said he was worried that his opponent might move it to A5.Levy Rozman, Chess International Master.Dewa_Kipas’ accuracy, or similarity to how a chess engine would play, during the match was 94 percent; Rozman’s was 76.

9 Russian Adventurers Mysteriously Froze to Death. A New Theory Explains Why

9 Russian Adventurers Mysteriously Froze to Death. A New Theory Explains Why

The researchers modeled how such winds could have built up snow above the tent, and how long it would have taken to reach a critical load that would cause the top slab to slip off the weaker layer below, now that its structural integrity was compromised by the cut.

‘Heaven’s Vault’: A Linguist’s Buried Treasure

‘Heaven’s Vault’: A Linguist’s Buried Treasure

Jon Ingold, cofounder and creative narrative director of Heaven’s Vault developer Inkle Studios, invented the unique translation mechanic, which puts the player in charge of deciphering a lost alien language called Ancient—bringing players the closest they can get to a linguistics and translation game.

Flash Is Dead—but Not Gone

Flash Is Dead—but Not Gone

On January 12, Adobe took things a step further, triggering a kill switch it had been distributing in Flash updates for months that blocks content from running in the player—essentially rendering the software inoperable.

A Letter to My Pandemic Baby

A Letter to My Pandemic Baby

As World War II may seem to baby boomers and 9/11 to Gen Z, children born during and after 2020 may view memories of the pandemic, the smoke-choked orange skies over Australia and the American West, protests in the streets, an endless election, and a hologram of a deceased father wishing his daughter a happy birthday as a bizarre fairytale.

Forget Imposters. Among Us Is a Playground for Hackers

Forget Imposters. Among Us Is a Playground for Hackers

The crux of the game's security bugs, Sebree says, is that its servers aren't designed to validate information sent by the game client running on the players' computers, a basic safeguard against cheating in most popular PC games.

The Genshin Impact Backlash Is Here

The Genshin Impact Backlash Is Here

Streamers, YouTubers, and TikTokers have glommed onto Chinese role-playing game Genshin Impact like it’s a magic top hat unspooling an endless rope of content.And while players can earn free wishes by reaching certain benchmarks, to get and max out all 23 characters or experience the full game, they have to open their wallets.

How Rock the Vote Became Tok the Vote

How Rock the Vote Became Tok the Vote

She takes us deep inside the world of political TikTok, the impressive creators who are making the videos, and how they’ve helped galvanize young voters who are likely to remain active long past this election season.

17 Tips to Help You Survive Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout

17 Tips to Help You Survive Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout

You might have to race your opponents to a finish line by navigating tricky obstacles, work with other beans to hoard eggs, or simply outlast your fellow players on a rolling-log contraption.Fall Guys is available for $20 on PC and PlayStation 4.

Why The Queen’s Gambit Is the No. 1 Netflix Show Right Now

Why The Queen’s Gambit Is the No. 1 Netflix Show Right Now

Suffice to say very few people watching understand chess at the level someone like Kasparaov does, but movies from Searching for Bobby Fischer to Queen of Katwe to Fresh have proven audiences want to know what it’s like to play as a grandmaster.

AI Ruined Chess. Now, It’s Making the Game Beautiful Again

AI Ruined Chess. Now, It’s Making the Game Beautiful Again

DeepMind and Kramnik tapped AlphaZero’s ability to learn a game from scratch to explore new variants more quickly than the decades or centuries of human play that would reveal their beauty and flaws.

Apple Accidentally Approved Malware to Run on MacOS

Apple Accidentally Approved Malware to Run on MacOS

Wardle notified Apple about the rogue software on August 28 and the company revoked the Shlayer notarization certificates that same day, neutering the malware anywhere that it was installed and for future downloads.

The Epic Siberian Journey to Solve a Mass Extinction Mystery

The Epic Siberian Journey to Solve a Mass Extinction Mystery

“I really wanted to find this place that was rumored where there were a lot of rocks that result from explosive volcanic eruptions,” Elkins-Tanton says, “because that's the only way that we know of that you can effectively drive chemicals into the upper atmosphere where they'll get spun around the whole planet.” She was closing in on the geological signals of apocalyptic climate change.

'If Found' Is an Essential Game About Letting Go of the Past

'If Found' Is an Essential Game About Letting Go of the Past

Cassiopea's far-flung adventure feels less grounded, both literally and in the written details, which come off somewhat more cartoonish than Kasio's more personal narrative in a way that doesn't necessarily do the game a service.

All the Ways to Kill a Coronavirus (So Far)

All the Ways to Kill a Coronavirus (So Far)

Lock It Out. Each particle of the new virus, SARS-CoV-2, is studded with spikes, which allow it to attach itself to a human cell, poke a hole, and burrow inside.

The Sneaky Simple Malware That Hits Millions of Macs

The Sneaky Simple Malware That Hits Millions of Macs

But given that over 100 million people use macOS, and it hits at least 10 percent of those with Kaspersky installed, it’s reasonable to assume that millions of Mac users deal with it every year.

FAO - News Article: Global cooperation and climate friendly technologies are key to tackling global food loss and waste

FAO - News Article: Global cooperation and climate friendly technologies are key to tackling global food loss and waste

7 November 2019, Rome – FAO Director-General Qu Dongyu said today international co-operation and innovative, climate friendly technologies were critical to address global food loss and waste which totals more than 1.3 billion tonnes a year.

The NFL's Helmet Tests Are Brainless

The NFL's Helmet Tests Are Brainless

So it’s not surprising that the NFL's helmet testing and ranking has had no discernable impact on the incidence of concussions (to say nothing of the incidence of clinically silent injury, which hasn’t been measured at all).

Watch Google's Pixel 4 Hardware Event Right Here

Watch Google's Pixel 4 Hardware Event Right Here

We should also see some new hardware for the smart home, and now that Google has been busy pulling all of its smart devices under the Nest brand, if new smart speakers and mesh Wi-Fi routers are announced at Tuesday's event, they should also carry the Nest name.

Hong Kong Is the Latest Tripwire for Tech Firms in China

Hong Kong Is the Latest Tripwire for Tech Firms in China

Over the weekend, an esports player for another Blizzard title, Hearthstone, had shouted a Hong Kong protest slogan on the game's official Taiwanese livestream; in response, Activision Blizzard suspended the player from high-level competitive play for a year and said it would not pay out his past winnings, claiming that he had violated rules barring acts that "offend a portion or group of the public.".

'Destiny 2: Shadowkeep' Is Ready to Kill the Past

'Destiny 2: Shadowkeep' Is Ready to Kill the Past

In Destiny 2: Shadowkeep, Bungie's first major game expansion since its break with Activision, the developer allows players to return to the moon.The decision to make Destiny 2's most blatant fan service into its first attempt at horror is a curious one, made more interesting by the way Shadowkeep changes how the game plays.

Three Simple Tests Might Help Prevent Athletes' Injuries

Three Simple Tests Might Help Prevent Athletes' Injuries

The Redskins test players each week with the Sparta Science force plate and software program, according to head strength and conditioning coach Chad Englehart.

Depth of Field: Coco Gauff and the Future of Women's Tennis

Depth of Field: Coco Gauff and the Future of Women's Tennis

The US Open culminates Sunday—where Serena Williams again has a chance to seize tennis immortality—but the tournament's real crowning moment came last weekend, on Day 6, between Naomi Osaka, the No. 1 ranked women's player, and Cori "Coco" Gauff, a 15-year-old rising talent of unforgettable resolve.

Wolfenstein: Youngblood Is a Rare Game About Sisterhood

Wolfenstein: Youngblood Is a Rare Game About Sisterhood

The half-goofy half-earnest story of these sisters gripped me, and I adore the way the co-op element of the game ties it into every aspect of play.

Golf's Longest Drives Are Creeping Up and Changing the Sport

Golf's Longest Drives Are Creeping Up and Changing the Sport

It seems like the kind of statistic that number-crunching sports fans would agree upon, yet there exists surprisingly little consensus on the distance of the longest drive ever measured in the game of golf .Some say the record belongs to Mike Austin.

The Future of 'Destiny 2' Looks Pretty Swell

The Future of 'Destiny 2' Looks Pretty Swell

Earlier this week, Bungie ran a stream detailing the future of Destiny 2 and revealing the first major moves of the game and the company since they both split from Activision a few months back.

Pathologic 2 and What Games Can Learn From Low-Tech Art

Pathologic 2 and What Games Can Learn From Low-Tech Art

When I leave the performance space and walk out into the world of the game and its nameless, likely doomed town, the theatre follows me. Which it is; all games are, a performance of one for an audience of one, for the player by the player, with a stage and script created by developers.

How the Videogame Aesthetic Flows Into All of Culture

How the Videogame Aesthetic Flows Into All of Culture

One of the principal pleasures offered by both videogames and social media is the experience of flow . Our media culture today offers a variety of passive experiences that share a key characteristic with Csikszentmihalyi’s flow: the pleasure of losing oneself.