At points in the 1990s, 50% of all CDs being produced worldwide were for AOL.
Dickens’ A Christmas Carol is one of the best-known Christmas tales in history.
Yesterday we ran a quiz titled "Monty Python Phrase or Ben Franklin Synonym for Drunk?" The quiz referred to Franklin's lengthy list of expressions meaning "inebriated" that h
One of the great things about comics is that characters can be physically disabled, yet still be superhuman. Here are some of the great disabled superheroes.
Most of the highly regarded “German-style” board games on the market today are true board games, with physical boards that are either set up at the game's start or built as the game goes along.
These SuperCuts videos are getting crazier and crazier.
According to its website, the Criterion Collection, which includes film classics such as Spartacus, The 400 Blows, and Brazil, "has been dedicated to gathering the greatest films from around the
I wrote about James Burke's classic science show Connections way back in May, 2008. As I wrote then: "Connections was a documentary series produced for the BBC in 1978.
• Whether it came from the turn-of-the century prison system, the 1893 World's Fair or the Chili Queens of San Antonio (or from traditional dishes prepared by Mexicans living in the Southwest), c
As we lead up to the QR Code Hunt next week in New York City where you will have a chance to win a brand new Ford Fiesta, I wanted to write some more about how the contest will work and how QR codes w
Deep under the streets of the New York are miles and miles of abandoned subway tunnels.
With focus on the use of the language, what specific trait do the following three three entries have in common?
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What Everyone Needs to Know About College and Privacy.
While the origins of Festivus are a little murky — Seinfeld? The father of a Seinfeld writer? The ancient Romans?
On December 12, 1531, the Virgin Mary, the story goes, appeared on the cloak of a peasant named Juan Diego. Today, the image that appeared on the cloak is popularly known as the Virgin of Guadalupe.
Dan Lewis runs the popular daily newsletter Now I Know ("Learn Something New Every Day, By Email"). We've invited him to share some of his stories on mental_floss this week.