Brain Game: Math Square #98

It's the beginning of a new week, and that means it's time for a new Monday Math Square here at the Brain Game.

Morning Cup of Links: Space Chair!

Miss Cellania

The durable Mike Malloy. He survived six murder attempts, placing him above Rasputin in the "hard to kill" category.

My Very Educated Mother Just Served Us Noodles

Jason English

Everyone loves a good memory tool.

11 Jersey Numbers Retired for Unconventional Reasons

Scott Allen

Retiring a player’s jersey number is most often reserved for all-time greats. Other times, it’s a tribute to a player whose career is cut short by illness or death.

Last Week's 11 Most Popular Stories

Jason English

In case you weren't obsessively refreshing all week, here's what you

Weekend Links: Origami That Folds Itself

Allison Keene

If you think packing for a long trip is the worst, consider being an explorer!

11 Things Billed as the 8th Wonder of the World

Mark Arminio

Since the days of antiquity, scholars and teachers, orators and critics, guide books and travel maps have identified Wonders of the World — locations that stand as a testament to human achievement in

J.K. Rowling Considered Killing Off Ron Weasley

Miss Kathleen

Each week Miss Kathleen provides links to a variety of stories about libraries, authors, and books. If there’s something noteworthy going on in your local library, leave us a comment! J.K.

11 Scientists Who Experimented on Themselves

Laura Turner Garrison

Would you inject 50 hookworms under your skin for your job? Or steam in a vomit sauna for a few hours? Hopefully we non-scientists will never have to answer questions like these.

Weekend Links: The Most Unusual Sports Venues

Allison Keene

Robot Revolution History Lesson: Did Charles Babbage invent the first computer in the 1830s? The Revolution looks to be a slow roll.

Here Are the Links to All 24 11/11/11 Lists

Jason English

We promised you twenty-four '11 lists' and twenty-four '11 lists' we delivered.

11 Broadway Musicals Featuring Characters in the U.S. Military

Laura Turner Garrison

Not only have the men and women of the United States Armed Forces served their country, they have also served as inspiration for the Great White Way. 1. Carmelina

11 Great Gift Ideas From the mental_floss Store (and They're All 20% Off This Weekend!)

Jason English

There's a sale going on in the Home & Office aisle of the mental_floss store this weekend. Here are some of the great gift ideas that are 20% off — just use the coupon code HOMESALE.

11 Famous People Who Started as Lowly TV Writers

Colin Patrick

Becoming a comedic icon doesn't happen overnight. It takes years and years of hard work.

11 Reasons Athletes Change Their Names

Jason Plautz

Lakers star Ron Artest made waves this summer when he announce he was changing his name to Metta World Peace.