12+1 = 11+2, and "twelve plus one" is an anagram of "eleven plus two."
Last week I mentioned The Long Now Foundation, the progenitor of a series of interesting experiments in long-term thinking (such as The Clock of the Long Now and The 10,000 Year Photograph).
This includes Gold, Silver and Bronze winners for both Summer and Winter Games. You'll also notice that it includes East Germany and the Soviet Union which no longer exist.
In the late 1800s, costume paintings were quite the rage. One popular painter in the genre was Auguste Toulmouche (1829-1890), a Frenchman from a modest background.
Blogger Cassie is a self-proclaimed nerd and an obsessive knitter, and has made her latest big project the subject of its very own blog: MarioScarf.
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In August, it's hard to find time to sit down and research some fascinating subject for you because I'm knee deep in tomatoes.
A few _floss readers have requested a Mensa-test-level challenge, so as a card-carrying member, I'm more than happy to oblige.
Time for another Thingamajig Thursday.
The Election Year: 1902, in Saint-Pierre, on the French-owned Caribbean island of Martinique
The Huge Blunder: Governor Louis Mouttet's poor decision to treat Mt. PelÃ©e, Saint-Pierre's
You've seen the documentary clip of the amazing lyrebird before, but Waverly Films made the footage with Sir David Attenborough even better!
A look at what makes a woman decide to have plasti
Doug Street, Jr. never got his GED. Yet, the genius con man snuck into Yale, landed a job with Time, worked as a lawyer and even performed a stunning number of operations as a surgeon.
The New York Times has posted a nineteen-part slideshow featuring book advertisements from the Sixties and early Seventies.
It's that time of year again"¦ State Fair time. I know; I'm overdosing you guys on Iowa today, what with the Iowa-80 truck stop and everything.
If your college was anything like mine, a day didn't go by without some company giving out free samples in wacky cars.
"We're not this young, beloved, entrepreneurial enterprise anymore"¦ We have to do business in a different way." "“ Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz
And that's exactly wha