Google's founders were ready to sell to Excite for under $1 million in 1999. Excite turned them down.
As the "Breakfast of Champions," Wheaties won't put just anyone on their iconic orange boxes.
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
I know I'm not alone when I say that I have always wanted to have a secret passageway in my house.
Trying to improve upon classic comic and cartoon characters is like messing with Mother Nature. Still, there's nothing wrong with re-imagining a character from a different point of view.
Here is today's Brain Game; please say hello to Spinner.
Spinner has four appointments scheduled for different times and days next week; one Monday, one Tuesday, one Friday, and one Saturday.
The 7 Most Amazing One-Take Video Clips. Some of these would still be amazing even if they had been edited.
Extreme pain and stress can actually impair a person's ability to tell the truth.
Some of these are parodies, and some are for real -- see if you can tell the difference!
Excerpts from this homemade ad were featured in Michael Moore's new movie Capitalism: A Love
Everyone knows The Mickey Mouse Club of the early "˜90s was full of people who would go on to become big stars - Britney, Justin, Christina, Keri Russell, J.C. Chasez and Ryan Gosling, namely.
Here's something that happened.
A few nights ago, I went to see Insane in the Brain, a stage production that bills itself as a "street dance" interpretation of Ken Kesey's One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest.
"Feel Art Again" was on a two-month hiatus, but it's back and better than ever!
Stacy Conradt's round-up of secret menu items at fast-food restaurants is challenging for the top spot on CNN.com's Most Popular list.
Ad slogans and taglines generally come to us in the form of a declaration. Like, It takes a licking and keeps on ticking; or With a name like Smuckers....it has to be good; or Good to the last drop.
The confluence of a growing elderly population and a booming robotics industry has made Japan the world leader in mobility innovations.