West By West ($10) is about 'Mr Clutch', one of the towering figures in basketball history who mesmerized both his fans and his opponents. He was the coach behind the resurgence of the Lakers back in the 1970's and the man who played a major part in bringing Showtime to the LA by creating a championship winning force to be reckoned with that still continues today. For the first time Lakers legend Jerry West tells his own story from his tough West Virginia childhood to his outstanding college success that led to his four decade career with the Lakers. Whether you are a basketball fan or not this is an incredible human story.
Welcome to our daily series “The Daily Roundup“, where we scour the web and provide you with links to all the happenings around the world that we’ve found. 1. LeBron James, Miami Heat Protest Donald Sterling Before Playoff Game - Mashable2. You can now use the iPhone for free, as long as you don't mind old gear - Engadget3. Donald Sterling Sure Isn't Going to Like Us Printing This Photo of Him Sitting Courtside With Chris Tucker - Esquire4. Apple's MacBook Air is now $100 cheaper and has a slightly faster processor - Engadget5. How Would Lag Feel in Real Life? This Ad Uses Oculus Rift to Find Out - Mashable6. Microsoft donates $1 billion to help US schools buy PCs - Engadget7. Suspect dead, 6 injured in FedEx shooting - NY Post
The Skuta Mountain Shelter ($NFS) is the ultimate symbol of refuge. It was built to protect climbers from the extreme mountain conditions they could experience on Mountain Skuta in the Kamnik Alps of Slovenia. Built and transported in modules, it features a dedicated entrance, storage and a small space for food prep. The second module houses space for sleeping and socializing, while the third module features a bunk sleeping area. Windows at either end of the shelter provide panoramic views of the valley and the Skuta mountains. The whole project was transported and built in just one day.
If you have a favorite pair of jeans, then you need to do yourself a favor and pair them with these New Balance 997 - Navy & Grey ($200). The 997 series was originally released in 1991 and this release stays true to the originals. It features classic swede and mesh uppers in shades of navy & grey, which sites on a white and grey midsole. These guys will be dropping on May 15th at Packer Shoes.
903 hp. Zero to 124 mph in less than seven seconds. The McLaren P1 ($1.15 million) expected to start delivery in early 2014 can deliver on both and I want one. The 3.8- liter twin-turbo V8 combined with an electric motor and a seven-speed dual-clutch puts out 664 lb-ft of torque and has a top speed of 218 mph. And lets say you want to hit the track - there's a mode for that. The P1 comes with modes including Launch, Track, Race, Sport, and E and at a push of a button you can adjust suspension height and firmness, change powertrain programming, chassis settings, and stability control. Only 375 of these guys are going to made so you better step on it if you want one.
The Cambridge Audio DACMagic XS Headphone Amp ($189) plugs into your PC or MAC via a USB connection and provides audio quality that will blow you away. It takes your current MP3s and high res audio files to an entirely new level. A USB 1.0 connection will support up to 24-bit/96kHz and a USB 2.0 will support up to 176.4kHz/192kHz. In order to get this resolution on a PC you'll need to install an extra driver. The unit itself is small and made from esthetically pleasing aluminum. You be hard pressed to find a better bang for your buck.