The inventors of Bubble Wrap were originally trying to make plastic wallpaper.
My girlfriend is moving into my apartment in June, and among the myriad things I'm excited about is the opportunity to buy a new vacuum.
Okay, I'm a little dim today because I stayed up all night reading The Stand -- the crazy-long unexpurgated version.
The 39,000-plus—President Bush included—who packed Nationals Park last Sunday night experienced a new, beautiful stadium and the same, ugly result.
Our good friends at YesButNoButYes have redesigned their site. Head on over and have a look.
Some people claim to love their pets as much as their spouses or children, and given that, I can think of no other long-term love relationship that's initiated so casually.
Every Monday, we travel into the archives of The New York Times to find the first time the paper covered various topics.
Everyone loves the iPhone, but some have a little trouble adapting to typing on a touch screen. After a lifetime of using keys, its hard to operate without tactile feedback.
UPDATE: As a public service, we'll keep this contest open through tonight, and announce the winners tomorrow.
9 things to stop worrying about right now. Because, you know, worrying will make your hair turn gray.*When most people experiment with recreational drugs, they are breaking the law.
"Who's gonna turn down a Junior Mint? It's chocolate, it's peppermint, it's delicious!"
Yesterday, I read an article on the new rules imposed by the NFL for the upcoming season, and I realized how much I missed the sport.
"¢ After reading Higgins' great article on Eliza the AI chatterbox, you may want to check out Chatterbox Central, which links to tons of other internet bots you can have a conversation with
Last Saturday was my birthday, so I asked readers to guess my age in lieu of a typical WGC. It took a few tries, but John was the first to determine that I am indeed now 41 years of age.
Most of us know Mike Wallace from his long career on 60 Minutes, the Sunday-night staple of American TV.