There was a third Apple founder. Ronald Wayne sold his 10% stake for $800 in 1976.
One thing I love about the internet is the never-ending supply of geeks with a sense of humor.
In 1925, the New York Americans joined the National Hockey League and played their home games at the old Madison Square Garden.
Last week, to celebrate the return of professional ice hockey across North America, we asked you to decipher the mixed-up names of five NHL teams. Today, we offer you five more.
Randall Munroe of xkcd updated his 2007 map of online communities.
We’ve covered the origins of various dog breeds before, so it’s about time we gave cat lovers some info, too. Let’s take a look at how several of your favorite breeds grew to prominence.
So you think you know how to iron a shirt? Take it from the YouTube experts, there's actually a lot of technique involved!
Whether they're creepy skeletons climbing up stairs, terrifying baby carriages made of steel or castles popping up from a Lego book, the art of sculpture is always fascinating.
It's here -- the mental_floss interview with the MythBusters, featuring your questions! (Also here: a new season of the show, starting tonight: Wednesday, October 6!
• In addition to the waffle which bears their name, the Belgians claim to have invented "French" fries, although accounts are unconfirmed.
I've long been interested in remote cultures and uncontacted peoples, a fascination I share, apparently, with film director Werner Herzog.
Are you tired of your boring, plain, everyday bookcases? Me too!
There’s a wonderful scene in the classic mockumentary, This is Spinal Tap, where mockumentarian, Marty DiBergi (Rob Reiner), is interviewing Spinal Tap songwriter, Nigel Tufnel (Christopher Guest), se
Just how big is Big Bird? 8 feet, 2 inches.
On Friday, we asked readers to submit amazing demographic facts.
In last week's exciting college football game, four players - Carl, Clint, Curtis, and Carey - each scored once for State University in their big win against Tech.