Morning Cup of Links: Things that Resemble the Death Star

Brian Abrams

The Brangelina twins and People Magazine share the record for the largest monetary transaction ($14 million) for celebrity baby photos. * May the 4th be with you!

10 Things You Might Not Know About 'Gone With the Wind'

Stacy Conradt

Margaret Mitchell at the Gone With The Wind movie premiere party in Atlanta. © Bettmann/CORBIS, 1939 On this date 75 years ago, Gone with the Wind won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction.

The Late Movies: Guess The Theme 52

Mark Arminio

Welcome once again to the game that's sweeping the nation: GUESS THE THEME! All the clips below have something in common.

When We Decide What to Call the Afternoon Links, We'll Put That Up Here

Colin Patrick

The 1940s Produced the Greatest Generation - Of Squirrel Outfitters - the World Has Ever Seen This gallery depicting Mrs.

Shattered Dreams: 9 Tales of Damaged Trophies

Scott Allen

Trent Richardson with the BCS trophy.

For Flight Attendants, Seniority Means Shorter Skirts

Mangesh & Jason

In the current issue of mental_floss magazine (get a free issue!), veteran flight attendant Heather Poole revealed 10 workplace secrets, including this one about the length of her

Brain Game: An Ace Away

Here's a new Brain Game Think Thursday challenge for your consideration.

Morning Cup of Links: Bears Falling from Trees

Brian Abrams

In Arkansas last week, a bear fell out of a tree and onto a children's bouncy house.

The Weird World of Country-Specific Web Domains

Chris Higgins

As the dot-com bubble reached its peak in 2000, Internet entrepreneurs faced a problem: every word in the dictionary had been registered as a dot-com domain name.

The Late Movies: Fun With Mispronunciation

Chris Higgins

So there's a YouTube channel called Pronunciation Book, which "shows you how to say various words in American English." It's an extremely simple format: display a word or phrase,

The Soon-To-Be Named Afternoon Links

Colin Patrick

When You Devote Your Life to Pure Evil, Your Looks Really Pay the

Dietribes: A Pocket Full of Rye

Allison Keene

• Rye is a hardy substance. It can grow in poor soils with less sun and at higher altitudes than wheat, and it can thrive through dampness and drought. The bread made from rye also lasts longer.

A Song of LEGO (Ice) and K'NEX (Fire)

Chris Higgins

The HBO series "Game of Thrones" features an exquisite opening title sequence, showing cities and settlements growing like clockwork toys from the landscape, using a slightly bizarre tilt-sh

8 Children's Book Themes Dr. Seuss Never Tackled

Jill Harness

Everyone reads Dr. Seuss, Judy Blume, Shel Silverstein and Maurice Sendak books growing up, but there are thousands more children’s authors out there.

Brain Game: Short Spell #11

Today's Wednesday Wordplay challenge at the Brain Game offers a list of five commonly-misspelled words that begin with the letter "P." Four are spelled correctly; one is