Shaunacy Ferro

Shaunacy Ferro is a senior staff writer for Her work has previously appeared in Fast Company, Popular Science, and Architect magazine, among others. She lives in Brooklyn and spends most of her free time taking photos of her cat.
What Famous Novels Look Like Stripped of Everything But Punctuation
Words that Sound Like What They Mean are Easier to Learn
9 of the Longest Journeys You Can Take Around the World
Poop Bank Opens in the Netherlands
Scientists Record High-Speed Imagery of Snot Rockets
Slovenian Town Plans to Build a Public Beer Fountain
St. Vincent Designed a Guitar to Better Fit a Woman’s Body
Go on a Date With Your Dog for Valentine’s Day
How You Should Really Be Sitting at Your Desk
How Many Push-Ups Would It Take to Power Your Life?
Nostalgic Photos of Student Life in the USSR
The 19th Century Version of Cards Against Humanity
Caribbean Sperm Whales Have Their Own Regional Accent
Turn This Armchair Into the Ultimate Lounge Chair With Add-On Stools
Enjoy a Nap in the Grass With This Outdoor Bed
A Caffeine Bracelet Will Free You From the Horrors of Drinking Coffee
Multicolored Cats Might Be More Aggressive Than Other Cats, Study Finds
32 Words for Positive Phenomena That Don’t Have an English Equivalent
Want to Move to Europe? Here Are the Happiest Cities
Panda Bear Toast Will Make Your Breakfast Dreams Come True
Popular Cover Songs Visualized as Solar Systems
Google Is Giving Away 2 GB of Storage for Free Today
France Will Build More Than 600 Miles of Solar-Powered Roadways
Vintage Valentines from 100 Years Ago
Alert: Girl Scout Cookies Differ Depending on Where You Live
3 Scientific Suggestions for Living a Better Life
Apple Wins Award for Preserving Historic Landmarks
Valentine’s Day Cards for Chemistry Geeks
Millennials Think They’re Narcissistic, Too (Thank You Very Much)
25 Delicious Facts About Nutella
Watch Soothing Footage of Ice Floes on Lake Michigan
This Packaging Is Like a Mattress for Your Eggs
20 Companies With the Best Job Perks
Play This Game to Find Out How Easily Distracted You Are
Looking at Nature Improves Kids’ Academic Abilities
Fly By The Dwarf Planet Ceres With This NASA Animation
Humans Use 'BoarCurling' to Rescue Wild Boars From Slippery Frozen Lake
Watch an Entire Earth Day Pass By in 12 (Breathtaking) Seconds
A Vertical Cemetery for Cities Running Out of Room for Their Dead
The Playing Cards That Help Solve Cold-Case Crimes
How Much Time Do We Actually Spend Working at Work?
25 Outsized Facts About Rhode Island
The Next Trend in Fitness Wearables: Analyzing Your Sweat
Watch Adorable Baby Turtles Learn to Catch Crickets
New York City May Finally Get Modern Train Cars
Europe’s Queens Were More Likely To Go To War Than Its Kings
Octopuses Change Colors to Intimidate Their Foes, Study Finds
The Milky Way Is a Messy Galaxy Compared to Its Neighbor
This Is How Sound Affects the Way Your Food Tastes
Computer Beats a Professional “Go” Player for the First Time


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