The dot of the letter "i" is called a tittle.
It's time for the weekly reminder of our Twitter account's existence. Amazing Facts, plus occasional insight into the casting of Intel
I'm still fine-tuning my Logic Puzzle capabilities, and I think today's Brain Game is a step forward in difficulty.
Why Craigslist Is Such a Mess.
I thought it was a mirage the first time I saw it.
The latest issue of mental_floss magazine is now on newsstands and nightstands. Now it's time for another edition of The $50 Challenge.
Cheers finished a lowly 77th in the ratings after its first season in 1982-83, performing poorly against Simon & Simon and Too Close for Comfort in its 9 p.m. Thursday time slot.
Think quickly about what types of insurance you have. Health (if you're lucky), renter's/homeowner's, car, and maybe a few other policies, right?
The Geekiest (slash, most awesome) Pants"¦ Ever?
The Curious History of Contraception - amazing (and sometimes slightly horrifying) moments in birth control, plus a look into the future.
In case you weren't obsessively refreshing mentalfloss.com all week, here's what you
If you have an itch, you scratch it. Scratch and itch; they go together like peas and carrots and everyone—humans, apes, dogs and cats—knows it.
Everyone knows the video game classics "“ you can't go wrong with Mario, Zelda, or Donkey Kong.
Summer is winding down, but a lot of us are still venturing through the local flora and fauna bare-legged. As a public service, we thought we'd scratch up some poison ivy
Last week, we took a look at the winding stretch of road between Detroit and Cincinnati and a few of the fantastic diversions along the way—everything from a haunted insane asylum to a great
You may know him as the author of such masterpieces as Lolita, Pale Fire, and Pnin, but how well do you know Vladimir Nabokov?