There was a third Apple founder. Ronald Wayne sold his 10% stake for $800 in 1976.
by Laurel Mills
Back when we were in preschool there were only a handful of sensible options for the career-minded 4-year-old: doctor, plumber, fireman and astronaut.
We know George W. followed in his dad's footsteps, and we know John Quincy Adams did the same. But what did children of other Presidents end up doing?
Now that the holiday shopping season is in full swing, you'll probably have to navigate a retail gauntlet to pick up gifts for everyone on your list.
Dan Kaminsky is a supergeek in Seattle. He's a computer security expert, using the typical superpowers of network packet analysis, free WiFi from Starbucks, and a job at Microsoft.
Area codes aren't a big deal everywhere -- Montana, for instance, which only has one area code for the entire state: 406.
After two previous posts about great dogs, both heroic and loyal, I keep finding more wonderful dog stories to share.
It was a cold night in Milwaukee in 1959 when the Happy Days boys decided to get together for a late-night game of penny-ante five-card draw.
Why going "Made in the USA" for a week left Nicole McClelland hungry, broke, and half-naked.
Our Holiday Tee Party ends at midnight tonight.
Blame astrology, numerology or just coincidence—some people who share a birthdate have more in common than the day they were born. Witness the following 10 sets of birth twins.
So, in the midst of the shopping craze on Friday, I managed to buy myself a new trivia book: Phraseology, by Barbara Ann Kipfer.
It's utterly fascinating.
Netflix makes a business out of getting subscribers to add tons of DVDs to a list of discs that will later be mailed out.
It's called "the Zone," and I'll be the first to admit that I've been in it many times -- though more often at age ten than recently.
Anyone Can Play Guitar is back with a whole new look, a new guitar teacher, and 6 new lessons—one each Monday until the middle of January.
Today we'll learn the names of the notes on
Waistband Stretcher? That could be the title of my Thanksgiving dinner! I prepared both ham and turkey, plus dressing, gravy, potatoes, deviled eggs, and mincemeat pie.