There was a third Apple founder. Ronald Wayne sold his 10% stake for $800 in 1976.
In case you're not familiar with the Turnip, it's a whimsical Google search, wherein I type a random phrase and we see what kind of interesting pages "turn-up." As always with thi
It's time for the Tuesday Brain Game:Â Besides being six letters in length, what do these six-letter words all have in common?
ashore, budget, damage,
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So someone leaves a phone on a bar, someone else picks it up and plays with it, and the next thing you know Gizmodo is taking it apart and declaring that this disguised iPhone is a test model of the n
A few weeks ago I did a post all about one of my favorite directors of film, commercial and music videos, Jonathan Glazer. This week I want to focus on another favorite, Mark Romanek.
To promote The Book of Awesome, author Neil Pasricha shared a few new excerpts here last week, and invited you guys to share your own awesome things.
I think this may have been the #1-requested series when I asked what books you wanted to know more about last week.
Reader Lisa from Anderson, California, wrote in with a question: "Chew a piece of mint gum and then drink something. It seems colder. Why is
Roger Ebert made waves a while back when he claimed that video games can never be art.
We don't spoil our 2 Â½ year old, but he has collected his fair share of toys and games, especially over the last year or so.
The nine white squares inside the main red grid should be filled with the digits 1 through 9. Each digit should appear only once in this main grid. Two of these numbers are already provided for you.
If there's one thing I can say about New Zealand (and there are many), it's that it is a place certainly not lacking in geographical diversity.
Breeding the Perfect Bull.
Sometimes at the end of my Dietribes post I ask you guys if anyone uses the food-of-the-week in an offbeat recipe.
In case you weren't obsessively refreshing mentalfloss.com all week, here's what you
Here are some major events that passed under the radar because, on the same day, something even greater (or at least, more noticeable) was happening.