Brain Game: Moving to the End

Back on May 11, our Presidential Middle Names quiz gave you 10 minutes for you to come up with all the presidents' middle names.

Morning Cup of Links: Carousel Race

Miss Cellania

In 1956, Ed Sullivan broadcast the animated film A Short Vision on his prime time variety show.

Real-Life Zombie Emergency Plans (and a giveaway!!)

Stacy Conradt

Never fear, zombiephobes: actual zombie emergency plans are popping up across the world.

neatorama presents: HDYK? - {day 5}

David K. Israel

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?

Lip Balm Addiction: Are You in Recovery?

Chris Higgins

I've never been a lip balm user.

10 Technology Prizes That Propelled Us Forward

Meghan Holohan

Sometimes, people just need a little added incentive. Here are 10 technology-related prizes that helped move us forward. 1. Orteig

Summer Wardrobe Stock-Up Sale Ends Tonight!

Jason English

Right now all our t-shirts are $14.90. But the sale ends tonight at 11:59pm Eastern Time! Just enter the code SUMMERSTYLE before checkout.

Scanner Nation: the Police Radio Craze

Ransom Riggs

When I was a kid, my uncle had an old CB radio in his kitchen, and some nights we'd sit around listening to the police and fire bands, just to "see what was going on" around town.

10 Director's Cuts That Change The Plot

Jason Plautz

Whether because of a dispute with the studio or just a plethora of unused material, a director often feels the need to re-release a classic (or not-so-classic) film.

Brain Game: Math Square #80

The three Ms for today are mental_floss, Monday, and Math Square. Enjoy! The nine white squares inside the main red grid should be filled with the digits 1 through 9.

The Number of the Day: 10,000

Colin Patrick founder Jeff Bezos is currently working with a team to place a 10,000-year clock within a remote Texas mountain.

Morning Cup of Links: Radiana and Rocketeer

Miss Cellania

The responsibility of research: the dual use dilemma. That's the possibility that your greatest accomplishment could eventually be used for nefarious purposes.

The Lyrebird Is a Bit of a Liar Bird

Jill Harness

Please play the following video with your eyes closed and try to imagine what kind of city scene is occurring amidst the noise: Now, go ahead and watch the actual video, keeping in mind that it

Bob Uecker: Pro Wrestling Icon

Colin Patrick

While doing costume research for my best friend’s Major League-themed birthday party (he’s a disgustingly huge Cleveland Indians fan), I learned something I didn't know about Bob Uecker.

Now You Know

Stacy Conradt

In the 1970s, Mattel sold a doll called “Growing Up Skipper.” Her breasts grew when her arm was turned. More from mental_floss… Where Do Baby Carrots Come From? * Would a Dingo Really Eat Your