Every film John Cazale appeared in was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Picture.
"Meh" quietly entered our lexicon back in the early 2000s, when The Simpsons began to use it on a semi-regular basis.
The late night talk show drama earlier this year made a lot of people pine for the days of Johnny Carson.
With a depth of 1,943 feet, Oregon's Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United States.
Related Fact: According to Wired, Crater Lake was first measured in 1886 using a crank and piano wire
I've personally only seen solar eclipses in the classroom, generally using complex pinhole projection devices designed to keep little-kid eyes safe.
I've never been a flight attendant, but I have worked retail, which must be almost as infuriating.
The book we're giving away today is Where the Sidewalk Ends by Shel Silverstein. Here's how you can win a copy:
Come up with a great slogan for a mental_floss jumper.
"¢Â The miracle of corn (that a wild grass that is barely able to reseed could be so domesticated, and so dominant) is mostly a Western one.
There are many places I want to visit in my lifetime: Paris, Australia, and Montreal, just to name a few. All of these places have attractions I would like to see.
I know what you're thinking -- Kevin? But professor Kevin Warwick is the real deal, or as real as it gets in this early-21st-century version of cybernetics.
Every week, Miss Kathleen provides links to a variety of library-related items.
William Shatner made a habit of stealing Leonard Nimoy's bike while working on Star Trek. Here's why.
Today's Brain Game will be easy to solve with a spreadsheet program, but try it without. Remember, we're here to exercise your brain, not your computer skills.
Time to add "able to save homes from foreclosure with a single issue" to Superman's already massive list of superpowers—that's just what happened to one family in Baltimo
The concept of Sketch Swap is very simple "“ and quite addicting. You draw an on-screen picture and submit it "“ so that it can be given to another user somewhere out there.
In the 1930s, Admiral Byrd brought 2Â½ tons of NECCO Wafers to the South Pole for his men during their two-year stay.
Related Fact: Necco Wafers originally came in eight flavors: orange, lemon, lim