The inventors of Bubble Wrap were originally trying to make plastic wallpaper.
Almost all my Brain Game puzzles are original creations, but I occasionally stumble upon an old challenge that’s worthy of reintroduction.
There is a movement among those who study such things to refer to the current stage of geologic time as the Anthropocene epoch, or “age of man.” Does the presence of man make that much difference in t
We’ve all heard stories about schools banning books or gang-affiliated clothing, but there are many less-publicized bans in effect. Here are ten of the more interesting cases.
Good luck with today’s Think Thursday challenge!
National Geographic has a new infinite photo project online called Tropical Island.
Sometimes, things take a long time to happen, despite your efforts to speed them along; hence today’s Wednesday Word Ladder. By changing one letter in each step to form English words, and leaving all
We had a lot of fun giving away daily neatorama prizes this month! We hope you continue to enjoy this new aspect of the game. Thanks for being active on the Facebook page.
This past Sunday marked the end of an era in US history. Frank W. Buckles celebrated his 110th birthday on February first. He died peacefully at his home on February 27th.
Tuesday Test Time is more of a question/answer than a puzzle today, but it’s the type of question that would be better answered after a bit of careful thought.
In 2009, Malcolm Casadaban died from a weakened research-grade strain of the Plague that he was studying.