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See the 20 “Most Pinned” Places on Pinterest

Caitlin Schneider

Hint: Five of the 20 most popular spots are in the United States.

Peruvian Teen Sensation Sings Michael Jackson in Quechua

Arika Okrent

At eight million speakers, Quechua, the language of the ancient Incan Empire, is one of the most robust indigenous languages in South America.

The 1980s Book Series That Literally Claimed It Had To Be Read To Be Believed

15 Fun and Unusual Planters

Rebecca OConnell

Plants are an integral contribution to any home, so when you welcome a new plant friend into your house, make sure they have the right accommodations.

5 Questions: Singin' in the Rain

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8 Amazing Ferris Wheels from Around the World

Hannah Keyser

These Ferris wheels are more than just a fun ride.

Explore the Art of Subway Mosaics With This Comprehensive Site

Shaunacy Ferro

Which line features the best underground art?

11 Examples of the Odd Dialect Called EU English

Arika Okrent

Every profession has its in-group ways of using language, but not every profession requires native speakers of many different languages to communicate with each other every day.

Quantum Teleportation Just Got Even Faster

Janet Burns

How One Guy Recreated the Magic of Thor's Hammer With Science

Andrew LaSane

A fun way to combine electromagnets with a fingerprint scanner.

New Museum on the Brothers Grimm Opens In Germany

Shaunacy Ferro

Located in the brothers' longtime home of Kassel, the museum celebrates them as pioneers of German language studies.

The Most Interesting Comics of the Week

Rich Barrett

'Two Brothers,' 'Twilight Children,' and more.

Caramel Apples Linked to Deadly Listeria Infection

Kate Horowitz

But don't give up on them just yet.

The Musical Easter Egg Hidden in Windows 95

Mental Floss UK

"Clouds" might be the catchiest noise Windows 95 ever made.

Inside a French Museum Filled With Miniature Movie Sets

Rebecca OConnell

Professional miniaturists were once relied on to create entire movie scenes in 1/12 scale.

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