Johnny Cash’s “A Boy Named Sue” was written by Shel Silverstein.
Our co-founder and president Will Pearson sat down with The Morning News to talk about the history and future of mental_floss, and to discuss his superior athletic ability.
I washed dishes at a local restaurant for a whole summer when I was 15 to save up for my first guitar -- a Rickenbacker 360 -- which I'm still not all that amazing at playing.
People have been writing words on paper for a lot longer than they've had convenient ways to firmly bind those pages together.
It's an all-new 5-day trivia hunt,
with an all-new set of puzzles, prizes, and collaborators!
In addition to the usual $100 and $50 gift certificates to our store for the first place winner and
The caged rodents in today's labs aren't the guinea pigs of yesteryear.
With the Little League World Series in full swing, now's a good time to go over a few things you might not know about Little League.
Little League was formed with the express purpose of being
Today's Brain Game may seem unanswerable at first, but don't let that throw you. The puzzle is really in two parts...
Meet the forgotten 90 percent of your brain: glial cells, which outnumber your neurons ten to one.
Earlier this summer we were treated to a Will Ferrell remake of Land of the Lost, which turned out to be a disappointment to most fans.
I'm going through a serious Fab Four phase at the moment, I think because of the eminent release of The Beatles: Rock Band (09.09.09, people, it's just around the corner!!).
We're betting that Ken Basin will never forget what that fourth button was for on LBJ's desk.
This is the International Year of Astronomy. The U.N.
Working for a large non-profit keeps me abreast of all the great volunteering opportunities coming up. Thought I'd pass this one along, for all you techies in the blog.
For decades, rumors have been spread about the magical powers of M&M's. Some claim that green M&M's act as an aphrodisiac.
Two weeks ago, my photo essay Oil!