There are 293 ways to make change for a U.S. dollar.
A new study shows that couples with first-born daughters are 5% more likely to divorce than those who don't, and the statistic shoots up to 10% in families who have three or more daughters.
It's an all-new 5-day trivia hunt!
Co-puzzle Master Josh Halbur and I are happy to bring you the next How Did You Know?
It's perhaps the most obvious setting for a horror movie imaginable -- and it's real. And incredibly grim. There is a thick, in places nearly impenetrable forest around Mt.
Here's a catchy, simple song to brighten your Tuesday morning.
Timelapse Montage from Mike Flores on Vimeo.
Have you ever had a dream where clouds or planets suddenly start moving rapidly through the sky?
Many cultures have tales of the undead, zombies, vampires, and other creatures who rise from the grave to cause mischief among the living. Many will drink your blood or eat your flesh.
Over the weekend, Kara and I attended a concert performance of The Wall by Pink Floyd's Roger Waters. It was a great show, as expected, and the experience warranted inclusion in a Brain Game.
How to Manipulate People. Follow these directions exactly and you'll be just like my second husband.
The Million Dollar Question: Why Does the Web Love Cats?
In the 30+ years since Sony introduced the Walkman personal cassette unit, the company has sold more than 200 million of the devices.
Halloween is almost here. Just remember, scaring people can be a dangerous business.
Remember how much fun it was to get a new costume for Halloween? It was such a big decision.
With Halloween approaching you’ll be hearing lots about ridiculous fictional monsters like vampires and zombies. But what about the “real” monsters that may be skulking around the country undetected?
I've launched a new Neatorama Sub-Blog today, BitLit. Bit, as in binary digits, Lit, as in literature!
We've just been handed an envelope that contains the results of our Greatest Facts contest that coincided with the release of our new American History book. The winners are...
1) The U.S.
Last Friday, Sony announced the end of the Walkman Era -- a period that lasted more than three decades, defining the personal music listening experience for pretty much everyone in my generation (I wa