Andrew Daniels

Andrew Daniels

Andrew Daniels is the How To editor for Seniorhelpline. He doesn’t know How To do everything. Not even a lot of things. Just some things. In a past life, he was a senior editor at Men’s Health and wrote for Playboy, among lots of other publications that have since deleted his work. He’s also the author of , which one Amazon reviewer called “the perfect book for the crapper,” and another called “moronic.” He lives in Allentown, Pennsylvania with his wife and dog, Draper.

The Wildest Proposals for Notre-Dame’s New Roof

Following last month's fire, France wants to restore its historic cathedral—fast. Naturally, architects have some ideas.

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A Back to the Future Musical Is Finally Coming, So Here Are Some Song Ideas

Featuring the Tony-winning “Oh No, I Kissed My Mom."

An Interview With My Wife, Who's Never Seen Star Wars, After I Made Her Watch 'The Phantom Menace'

Twenty years later, is Episode I really as bad as we thought? Let’s ask an impartial observer.

An F-16 Fighter Jet Crashed into a California Warehouse

"It looked like a bomb had gone off in the building," said one witness—but there were no major injuries.

The 10 Best Game of Thrones Moments That I Heard Were Pretty Cool

I've never seen the show, but these are my all-time favorite scenes.

Here's How to Watch SpaceX Launch Its Starlink Satellites

Sixty sats take off from Cape Canaveral tonight in the first step to delivering high-speed Internet everywhere.

Can You Solve the Cryptic Code on This Ancient Rock?

A tiny French town will pay you $2,240 if you can crack their case.

Celebrate World Cocktail Day with a Surprising Spin on the Boulevardier

Sherry-rested vodka instead of whisky? Strange—but scientifically delicious.

The 25 Best Sci-Fi Movies on Netflix Right Now

For when you really need to escape reality.

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Here Comes the World’s First AI-Generated Whisky

But robots aren’t stealing master blenders’ jobs … yet.

Would You Pay $20,000 for an Original iPod?

That's the price tag for the first-generation mp3 player that changed everything back in 2001.

Iceland, known for its green energy, is working toward carbon neutrality
Iceland’s Radical Plan to Slow Climate Change

Geothermal engineers are turning CO2 into fizzy water and injecting it into rocks—and it’s working.

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This Mad Science Experiment Is the Key to the Perfect Mint Julep

Got a spare rotary evaporator lying around? Then you can celebrate the Kentucky Derby in style.

Kilauea Lava Flows Into Ocean
Turns Out You Can Fall 70 Feet Into Kīlauea Volcano and Survive

Not that you should follow this man’s lead.

Trappist Monks Are Fighting to Save the Water in Their Sacred Beer

If locals drill deeper into their water source, Rochefort's world-class ales may never taste the same.

5 Reasons Why the Sonic the Hedgehog Movie Will Be Better Than the Internet Thinks

You should be excited for the Sega character's big-screen debut—and the return of vintage Jim Carrey.

Samsung Is Making a Vertical TV Because of Millennials

The Korean tech giant is giving the (young) people what they want.

Bond 25: Everything We Know About the New James Bond Movie

The details of 007's next big adventure are finally dropping.

How Cycling Helped This Former Lieutenant’s PTSD

“Give someone a bike and it’ll take their problems away—I guarantee that. My bike saved my life.”