The plastic pink flamingo is the official city bird of Madison, WI.
Merlin Mann's Inbox Zero series (warning: a few coarse words are used) gently leads you through a process to achieve that most desirable number next to your Inbox message count: ZERO.
Aside from sexuality-altering Teletubbies and questionable role models like Joe Camel, there are few more effective ways of messing with our kids' minds than through bedtime stories.
The summer solstice is the point at which the Earth's northern hemisphere is tilted the furthest toward the sun, usually (but not always) on June 21st, as it is this year.
Any sinophiles in the blog? If so, you're going to love these free ChinesePod podcasts put out by a new language teaching company called Praxis.
Financing one's education can be a frustrating nexus of half and full nelsons. If you're lucky, you'll graduate hungover and delivered into the patient, staid lap of Ms. Sallie Mae.
Holy Alternative Energy Sources!: According to the BBC, Pope Benedict XVI is on his way to becoming the most eco-friendly pope ever by replacing the roof of the Paul VI auditorium with solar cells.
Now this is what I call outsider art: no pencils, brushes or paints of any kind necessary, just that famously frustrating kiddie toy, the Etch-a-Sketch, on which it's a feat of coordination to ev
A comprehensive cost of living survey was recently conducted by Mercer Human Resource Consulting and, for the second year in a row, Moscow topped the list. I've been to Moscow.
Artist Nina Katchadourian creates narratives by arranging books on shelves.
Drinking bleach used to be a much-beloved threat I'd whip at my parents or caretakers.
Last week's Tone Deafness Test was popular, so this week let's talk Color Blindness.
We're not sure what flavor you like your laxatives, PEZ and tortilla chips, but we're guessing these aren't them.
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 "the first nonprofi
Whether they be witty, poetic, heart-wrenching or just "Aaagh!," you only get one shot at making a last impression. Can you match the historical figure to his famous last words? Take the
My friend Rody Perez "“ the self-proclaimed Huguenot and presumptive Democratic nominee in 2024 "“ sent me this Washington Post article about Secret Service Code Names.