The sum of all the numbers on a roulette wheel is 666.
RPGs have caused a lot ofÂ upset before--gamers are an easy target, surely--butÂ ifÂ games get in the wrong (and perhaps improperly medicated?) hands, they get in the wrong hands.
I like card games as much as the next guy, but it seems like half the fun must be in creating the cards and making up the rules. (Okay, maybe that's just one-third of the fun.
Most hackers concentrate their efforts on computers, cell phones, important military mainframes, etc.
I know you're all going to love this clock by wunder-degi-designer/programmer/artist Yugo Nakamura. And when you're done, be sure to check out the rest of his highly interactive
Back in February, we had a short discussion about the origin of famous font names.
If you're a glutton for the early work of Ally Sheedy and Steve Guttenberg (were they ever to reunite again?), you were probably curled up with your PopplesÂ back in the 80s, watching Short Circu
Who doesn't love a good TV theme song? Many of the hit shows from the 50s on up had not only memorable, but well-crafted tunes.
One time, on a train, I was seated beside a young but very solemn woman in a headdress. If pressed, I'd say she was 28. She brought along no reading material, or baggage of any kind.
How much surface area would we have to devote to solar cells in order to power the whole world? A physics professor at Berkeley named Mattias Loster decided to extrapolate some answers.
During yesterday's game of Mall Trivia, we touched on Orange Julius. I don't think I've ever actually had an Orange Julius.
When I need a snack, I don't turn to my refrigerator, or even the farmer's market down the block -- no, those are way too old-school for me.
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---A perilous (and paranoid) diplomatic climate
---Weapons of mass destruction
First: Don't Read Your Mail
That way, you can remain blissfully uninformed about
Six years ago, Jimmy Wales introduced Wikipedia with the idea that the internet was for the free sharing of knowledge among, well, everyone.
When you spend nine seconds of every morning for much of your childhood and adolescence reading a comic strip by the same guy -- or two strips, in Hart's case -- you kinda feel like you know him,
It's time for another whimsical Tuesday Turnip search wherein I type a random phrase and we see what kind of interesting factoids "turn-up."
Today I typed in "has the largest,&q