Thomas Jefferson wrote parts of the Declaration of Independence in a Philadelphia tavern.
This post is exactly what it sounds like, and it's a sad corollary to Sandy's compendium of celebrity suicide attempts.
This is fun. Let's try animals. A special guest artist has stopped by to add an animal to the whiteboard.
A truly useful article came up on 43 Folders this week: Jeff Bigler's "tact filter" theory.
Wow, what a response.
Congratulations to Kami, who with the 109th comment correctly guessed Singapore.
Yesterday, we showed you where submarines go to play (underwater ... with rich people), and today we'll show you where they go to die.
We're going to use the whiteboard hanging in our office "“ OK, leaning against our cubicle wall "“ to give away some t-shirts.
In the past, I've dropped a lot of useful tips in this feature.
While I've never had any real interest in riding a motorcycle (I feel a heck of a lot safer in my van!), all the recent press over George Clooney's accident made me wonder how many celebs ha
I'm learning how to cook, which has been an adventure.
Sometimes it's hard to come up something to write about. But when you stare at the wall to think of a subject, it seems natural to write about walls. Here are six of the most notable.
Ten Tips for a Slightly Less Awful Resume.
Something else to file under garage sales: the woman who accidentally sold the ashes of her husband's first wife.
I'm about to rip off two of David Israel's popular running features, On Music and Tuesday Turnip.
At this time, we'd like to introduce you to the other new member of this ensemble, InternStacy Conradt, who's currently a graduate student at Iowa State University.
Following up on yesterday's post about how you learned to type, I stumbled across a Slate article called My Favorite Font, which surveys various authors about what font they use to compose new wo