There was a third Apple founder. Ronald Wayne sold his 10% stake for $800 in 1976.
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 latest issue of mental_floss just hit newsstands.
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.
The Science of Nostalgia. Things were always better back when we didn't remember them so well.
7 Celebrity Careers That Launched by Accident.
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.
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
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.
Has everybody seen Coraline yet?
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.
Socks, the White House Cat from 1993 to 2001, died last week at somewhere between the ages of 18 and 20.
Poor Frank. The police had pulled him over for a busted turn signal, but now he was downtown at headquarters being grilled by two burly men.
I've always liked local newspapers.
How Much Stuff Do You Really Need? If your house was on fire, you'd figure out quickly that you don't need any of it.
The Nine Weirdest Public Service Announcements Ever Made.