TASER is an acronym for Thomas A. Swift's Electric Rifle.
Today's stately Brain Game:
When viewed on a map, which
U.S. state's shape might best be
described as an irregular hexagon?
Here is the SOLUTION.
50 Things Every 18-Year-Old Should Know.
For your Monday viewing pleasure, here's a smart talk about bacteria. Princeton microbiologist Bonnie Bassler knows her bacteria.
Underrated. Overnamed. That's Chester Alan Arthur, the 21st president of the United States. You may know more about him than you think, especially if you read Mr.
Appropriately enough, I'm writing today's Quick 10 from my neighborhood public library.
Vatican City has fewer than 1,000 citizens and spans only 110 acres. But what actually goes on behind the scenes?
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) bars the use of all transmitting devices in the off chance that transmissions could interfere with a plane's navigation and communications equipment and
I recently upgraded from the wooden kitchen chair I've used for years to a real swiveling office chair on wheels, so I'm a bit behind the curve on office chair innovations.
More bad poetry for a Monday, in the guise of a riddle.
Workplace safety is no laughing matter, so presumably the purpose of workplace safety videos is to get people to take it seriously.
Kacie Kinzer designed small cardboard robots with smiling faces that will move only forward and left them running around New York City.
Some of you have written in, asking who won The Reader DVD and novel last month. I'm happy to report that Julie Hayes scored the DVD and Kirsten Tracy took the novel.
Since tomorrow is Easter Sunday, today's "Feel Art Again" post features Illarion Pryanishnikov (1840-1894) and his "Easter Procession" (1893).
Why must your seat be returned to the upright position? What happens to all the stuff confiscated by security officials? Here are answers to all your burning questions about air travel.
Due to technical difficulties the night the last clue was to be posted, this month's HDYK has 13 winners.