In a 1917 letter to Winston Churchill, Admiral John Fisher used the phrase "O.M.G."
The U.S. historyÂ instructor offered to give extra credit to five students - Billy, Lilly, Millie, Tilly, and Willie - if they'd each do a special report on a different state of the union.
What Makes a Great Teacher? Teach for America shares their findings on what the most effective teachers have that others don't. (via YesButNoButYes)
First-Person Tetris rotates when you do.
With the new year only two weeks old, it's not too late for a series of clips about the year (or ten years) behind us.
Dan Buettner, a writer, explorer, and endurance bicycler, gave a TED Talk in September 2009 entitled: How to live to be 100+.
Do you ever wonder why we say the things we say?
I'm sure you've heard about Avatar, the technical marvel that reinvented the digital wheel and recently took the movie world by storm. It's a motion capture movie.
You'd have to look far and wide to find a child who doesn't like elephants!
I was driving around my neighborhood recently and discovered this creepy looking house that the city is getting ready to move across town.
Today's Brain Game asks one question: The following codeÂ represents what time of day?
389Â 21Â 198
HereÂ is the SOLUTION.
TheÂ codeÂ uses the first letter of
American Pie. That's pizza, the world's best food, perfected in the United States.
The Top Seven Classic Movie Moments You Didn't Know Were Improv.
In case you've been living under a rock for the past week, the late-night world is up in arms about NBC's decision to reshuffle its late-night lineup -- affecting Jay Leno, Conan O'Brie
Today, another awesome Letter of Note, this time from comic artist John Kricfalusi, best known for his work on Ren & Stimpy.
"¢Â While love may be the international language, the international love is the chickpea, or the Bengal gram (India), Chickpea (English), Garbanzo (Latin America), Hommes, Hamaz (Arab world), No
Kurt Vonnegut Jr.'s most famous novel is Slaughterhouse-Five. You may have read it -- it's taught in many high school English classes in the U.S., though in others it has been banned.