At points in the 1990s, 50% of all CDs being produced worldwide were for AOL.
They're called Weta Legs, and they were designed by a Seattle woman named Kim Graham, who's working as a designer at Peter Jackson's film studio in New Zealand, Weta.
Brent Jones doesn't exist: he has no birth certificate, no social security number, and as he graduates, can't get college aid because of his lack of legal documentation.
After the smashing success of the Mr. Wizard edition of the Late Movies, we thought we'd give you more childhood science shows. Here are some of our favorites.
Airing TONIGHT on NOVA at 8pm in most markets: Mind Over Money, a program about economics, the brain, and how emotions affect decision-making.
Oh, Mrs. Piggle Wiggle. When you look back at these stories today, they were clearly intended as lessons for kids. But because Mrs.
Remember 1996 -- or, as I call it -- the golden age of websites?
With the Stanley Cup playoffs in full swing, let's examine some of the various objects fans have hurled onto the ice.
The Flossers in our Birmingham office—Neely, Will, Terri & Winslow—want to thank everyone who stopped by and said hello at the Magic City Art Connection in Linn Park last weeke
It's an all-new 5-day trivia hunt!
Co-puzzle Master Josh Halbur and I are happy to bring you the next How Did You Know?
The story of Apple and the lost, found, sold, and possibly considered stolen iPhone has the internet abuzz. But there are quite a few even stranger stories of people finding missing cell phones.
Jennifer and Cassandra went bowling yesterday. They spent most of their time in the restaurant and the arcade, but did manage to eke out a single game of ten-pin.
Spirit photographs are relics of the Spiritualism craze of the 19th century, and nothing more than slightly doctored double-exposures.
Over the past month, I've done Late Movies posts about the music videos of both Jonathan Glazer and Mark Romanek, and I realize that every time I do these posts I claim that whatever director I
As I mentioned earlier today, tomorrow kicks off another Reader-Submitted Quiz Week! If you've got an idea for a timed quiz (name x in y minutes), leave a comment here.
We're going a little more contemporary with today's children's books Q10, partly because I had a lot of requests for it, and partly because I adored R.L.