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The Strange Deaths of 20 Interesting People

Linda Rodriguez McRobbie

Despite our best efforts, Death, in all its myriad and weird forms, is constantly lurking around the corner. But who knew a toothpick could be so dangerous?

Losing Face: Five People Who Got New Ones

Ransom Riggs

You've probably heard about Charla Nash, the woman who recently had her face torn off by Travis the chimpanzee, who despite being able to open doors with keys, dress himself, and use a computer t

Star Trek: TNG Reedited

Chris Higgins

Jandrew Edits is a collection of TV and movie reedits. Scenes are edited and compressed in bizarre ways, creating something bizarre, nonsensical, and wonderful.

How Did You Know? - {Day 2}

David K. Israel

We're back with another 5-day trivia hunt! Again, the rules: Every remaining day this week, I'll be presenting a specific challenge.

The 25 Most Influential Books of the Past 25 Years: And the Band Played On

Mangesh & Jason

The latest issue of mental_floss just hit newsstands.

Brain Game: Numb Numbers

It's time for another Brain Game chestnut. It's fun to bring some of the classic puzzles and riddles out of the mothballs every once in a while, I think.

Morning Cup of Links: Nostalgia ain't what it used to be.

Miss Cellania

The Science of Nostalgia. Things were always better back when we didn't remember them so well. * 7 Celebrity Careers That Launched by Accident.

Père Corot

Andréa Fernandes

Jean Baptiste Camille Corot passed away 134 years ago this past Saturday. Claude Monet once said of his fellow French painter, "There is only one master here—Corot.

The Quick 12: 12 Alien Encounters

Stacy Conradt

Today (and tomorrow, since it happened in the middle of the night) is the anniversary of the Battle of Los Angeles "“ not the Rage Against the Machine album, but the event that may have involved

The Greatest Interviews: Marlon Brando with Truman Capote

Linda Rodriguez McRobbie

Kyoto, Japan, 1957. The actor was in town to shoot scenes from the movie Sayonara; the writer was there at the behest of the New Yorker to interview him.

The ABCs of 'Coraline'

Ransom Riggs

Has everybody seen Coraline yet?

The 25 Most Influential Books of the Past 25 Years: Thinking in Pictures

Mangesh & Jason

The latest issue of mental_floss just hit newsstands.

How Did You Know? - {Day 1}

David K. Israel

We're back with another 5-day trivia hunt! Again, the rules: Every remaining day this week, I'll be presenting a specific challenge.

Robin Hood's "Oo De Lally," Translated Into 13 Languages

Chris Higgins

Blogger Andy Baio went on a search for localized (non-English) versions of the song "Oo De Lally," featured in the 1973 Disney movie Robin Hood.

The Nine Lives of Socks Clinton

Miss Cellania

Socks, the White House Cat from 1993 to 2001, died last week at somewhere between the ages of 18 and 20.

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