The Arkansas School for the Deaf's nickname is the Leopards.
As we enter the second round of the Tournament of Genius, 32 geniuses remain (well, 33 if you count the second Wright brother). Voting will remain open through Sunday.
Update: Cosmos Available Online, Free
I'm reposting this article (originally from September 2007) because the entire Cosmos TV series is now streaming at Hulu for free. Enjoy!
If you're a girl who likes programming, who are your role models? Too few and far between, says UK-based freelance software consultant and tech blogger, Suw Charman-Anderson.
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We're back with a totally redesigned, and retooled Trivia Hunt!
Over the last 14 months, How Did You Know?
Yesterday a story surfaced about authorities finding $3 million in cash on a bus bound for Mexico. How did they find such a large sum of money hiding on the bus? With a cash-sniffing dog.
You are no doubt familiar with the Periodic Table of Elements.
What comes after Math Monday? Text Tuesday? Okay, then. Following are three words, each of which are missing four letters.
Iraqi Refugee Stories. One in five Iraqis are now without a permanent home, but individual stories are more meaningful than numbers. (via Metafilter)
What's So Hot About Chili Peppers?
Ethan and I were just talking about doing a simple name-that-dog-breed quiz. We could go the stock image route, but that's neither fun nor free. Want to help us out?
Today, Scientific American brings us some answers to the question what happened to the honeybees?
Today marks the anniversary of the first installation of something that those of us who work in many-floored office buildings take for granted until it craps out "“ the elevator.
On Friday, we announced that Scott Slocum of Essex, Maryland, had won the grand prize in our 'I Want to Rock in Cleveland' sweepstakes.
This week, David Clark will be our tour guide as we take a closer look at some of America's greatest monuments.
I recently moved to England, and animal husbandry is big news in this country "“ literally, in the case of this story.
In what would have been the biggest upset in Tournament of Genius history, Burt Reynolds held a commanding 73%-27% lead over Leonardo Da Vinci last night.