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11 Awesome Things You Didn’t Know You Could Get from Your Library

Kate Horowitz

Come for the books. Stay for the free yoga.

Amsterdam May Install Sensors that Dole Out Free Wi-Fi When People Go Green

Anna Green

A Dutch startup called TreeWiFi wants to motivate the citizens of Amsterdam to go green by giving them free Wi-Fi.

Morning Cup of Links: The Soviet Dead Hand Weapon System

Miss Cellania

Start your work week with these great links!

10 Naïve Words for the Gullible

Mark Peters

Some people are sweet and innocent, believing in the truth and virtue of everyone they meet.

Here's Why Cats Like to Sleep in Funny Places

Kirstin Fawcett

Mystery solved.

10 Podcasts That Will Make You Feel Smarter

Michele Debczak

Learn something new on your morning commute.

A Mathematical Guide to Why Folded Pizza Is Delicious

Shaunacy Ferro

It's all about those Gaussian curves.

10 Motivational Tactics You Can Learn from Your Kids

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15 Fun Facts About 'Trading Places'

Roger Cormier

Ralph Bellamy and Don Ameche weren't familiar with Eddie Murphy or Dan Aykroyd. The feeling was mutual.

This 3D-Printed, Driverless Bus Is Now Giving Test Rides

Michele Debczak

It could potentially compete with Uber in the future.

7 Tips From Bartenders on How to Make a Better Martini

Stephanie Vermillion

Because taste and presentation go hand-in-hand.

Testing 'Six Degrees of Separation'

Chris Higgins

Is everyone on earth really connected by six degrees of social connection?

This Week's Best Amazon Deals

Smart Shopping Team

As a recurring feature, we share some amazing Amazon deals we’ve turned up. These items were the ones that were the most popular with our readers this week, and they’re still available.

14 Poetic Facts About ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?’

Eric D Snider

It’s been 50 years since one of America’s most famous married couples, Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, played one of cinema’s most unhappy married couples.

Science Inches Closer to a Universal Cancer Vaccine

Jordan Rosenfeld

The study, recently published in the journal Nature, showed that the vaccine has remarkable ability to reduce tumor size and teach the immune system to prevent regrowth.

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