Visit a waterfall at dusk and you may see moonbows—nighttime rainbows.
I don't know about you guys, but I'm a compulsive doodler. Even when I'm listening at meetings, my pen has to be drawing something.
Earlier today we heard from quiz-show whiz Bob Harris -- now we've got Ken Jennings, who is famous for giving our favorite Jeopardy!
Who are Bob Harris and Ken Jennings? If you get that corny little joke, you already know -- they're both super-smart and slightly obsessive Jeopardy!
One of our favorite blogs, Treehugger.com, has a fascinating post on eco-smart Chinese, who are now carrying their own chopsticks to their favorite restaurants when they eat out, doing what they can t
This week, Floss' senior annotator warms the bench while the Old Prospector tries his hand at a little pop cultural deconstruction.
Inspired by Pro-Life (nee Marvin) Richardson, we've decided to re-christen some of the other folks who have populated the blog this week.
What do fish and the fight against terrorism have in common, besides starting with the letter F?
David's Celluloid-stumper touched off a spirited discussion about tomorrow's Autumnal Equinox.
Today is Elephant Appreciation Day!
Just in case you didn't witness his meagerly attended soapbox speeches, or his harassment of folks at county fairs, AdFreak is reporting that Marvin Richardson, an Idaho would-be politician/straw
Finally, it's the innovation couch potatoes have been waiting for: Sleeves on a blanket!
Check out this smart ad I saw at TheCellar.
Say a little prayer for Nathan Hale, America's first spy, who gave his famous "I only regret that I have but one life to give for my country" speech 230 years ago today before being han
In the beginning there was the word"¦ you just couldn't say it.
I took this picture during Game 3 of the 2002 NBA Finals. The New Jersey Nets were hanging with the superior Lakers, and I was cruising for snacks.
The no-cap policy struck me strange.