Pepsi-Cola was originally called “Brad’s Drink.”
Ed. note: If you missed our first post on New Amsterdam Records yesterday, be sure to check it out here.
What it's like to climb the last leg to the summit of Mt. Everest.
WebUrbanist has a gallery of early office computing scenes, complete with lots of punched cards, reel-to-reel tape, dumb terminals (with awesome Star Trek designs), and hot hot fashion.
Welcome to day two of our Late Movies experiment. Today we get in the Cinco de Mayo spirit!
First, Joanne Colan of Rocketboom gives us a brief history of the Mexican
Today's 5pm Quiz originally ran during last spring's heated primary season, when both John McCain (conservatism and age) and Barack Obama (idealism) were drawing comparisons to Ronald Reagan
I'm sure you've all heard of the uber-top-secret-this-message-will-self-destruct Skull and Bones society at Yale.
The Nazis had a number of nefarious plots for world domination and genocide, from occultism to the infamous Sun Cannon (a giant reflector that was designed to melt enemies in midair using the power of
Last month, the Broadway community hosted its 23rd Annual Easter Bonnet Competition to raise funds for AIDS research.
The car from Knight Rider could do a lot of cool things, like go 0-60 in 2 seconds, withstand temperatures up to 800 degrees, deflect bullets, shoot fire -- you name it.
Some women are more extraordinary than others. They raise children, start businesses and schools, write books, and even advise kings and presidents.
Ed. note: We love New Amsterdam records, so we're thrilled to be teaming up with them.
Early this morning,Â BAM Plumbing won a contract to install a new bathroom - a sink, bath, and toilet - for a house under renovation on Elm Street.
If you could travel in time, wouldn't you travel back to show yourself how to time-travel?
We're trying something new this week. Every night at 8:00pm, I'll post a few short videos that all have a connection to something that happened that day.
Sean Gourley is a physicist who wanted to know more about the Iraq war. He wanted to understand the war via the data -- data about attacks, deaths, types of weapons used, locations, and so on.