The ZIP in ZIP Code stands for Zone Improvement Plan.
I adore SEED magazine, but this headline is just waaaay out of bounds for an article that doesn't actually show any hoo-has:
PLANTS GO TOPLESS
Despite the lamentable lack of nudity, the art
Now that the US is out of the World Cup, the US viewing results are in. While I didn't find these numbers shocking, I was kind of surprised by the last two points.
Today I saw a guy running past my house and I literally did a double-take. One of those cartoony ones. Why?
Last week I was all about David Sedaris; this week it's his sister Amy, whose home decor ("a collection of plaster meats, a few stuffed squirrels, books on skin disorders") was recently
Continuing on today's trend of posting on all things Pimp, I found these amazing sneakers on the Dada site, via PopGadget.
According to CNN (your daily source for pimp and ho news), Iowa Senator Charles Grassley is trying to put the squeeze on the sex trade by getting the IRS involved.
Or at least it's about to be. Vancouver is in the process of becoming the first city to enable drivers to makeÂ meter payments via cell phone.
According an article in today's New York Times, the Smart car, which we've all marvelled at on our trips across the pond, may be coming to a dealership near you as soon as 2008!
Will, Mangesh, David, John, AJ, Greg: I'm sure all of you are respectful, polite, gentle souls who would never dream of undressing aÂ female strangerÂ with your eyes while making strange hissy/ki
If scientists at the University of Cambridge are on the right path, your facial expressions will soon help a computer decide when to sell you a new product over the Internet.
The Chronicle of Higher Ed doesn't publish all its material online, but when it does, it chooses doozies like this:
Jesus is Not a Republican
Okay, it doesn't have the same ring as "Juneteenth," but today isÂ also aÂ little-known holiday commemorating the freedom of black people historically oppressed by white people, the ind