111,111,111 x 111,111,111 = 12,345,678,987,654,321
Some felt that our most recent U.S. president puzzle was a bit on the easy side, but I don't think that'll be a problem today.
Welcome to the Multiverse.
For the past few weeks, every time I saw an acronym or initials, I took a picture. You know the brands, authors, and pieces of legislation, but do you know what all those letters stand for?
If you ever thought your tablecloth was ruined and worthless after someone left a nasty coffee cup stain on it, then you need to meet Hong Yi.
This is for everyone celebrating Memorial Day weekend with pools, picnics, parades, and barbecue.
The Last Letters From World War I Literary Heroes.
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Arlington is some of the most hallowed ground in the United States.
This is truly amazing - from my friend Paul, see how the flashed face distortion effect makes ordinary portraits look hideous.
First person to guess correctly wins a copy of Split Decision. Or the jelly beans. Your call.
Update: May 24, 4:22pm
The magic number has not been guessed yet. Keep trying!
Friday, May 25, is International Geek Pride Day. We didn't invent it — according to Wired, a guy named Tim McEachern deserves some of the credit.
In case you weren't obsessively refreshing mentalfloss.com all week, here's what you
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Last night the New Jersey Devils defeated the New York Rangers to advance to the Stanley Cup Finals, where they'll face the Los Angeles Kings.
Photographer and filmmaker Michael Galinsky was 20 years old in 1989 when he and a friend decided to spend six weeks driving across the country, capturing images of mall life for "Malls Across Am
On May 25, 1977, a film hit theaters that would influence everything that came after: Star Wars.
If you're in New York and looking for a good discussion of decentralized energy, you're in luck!
At this year's Maker Faire, Adam Savage delivered a speech about "why we make" -- a discussion largely about how Savage gets kids interested in making things.