Sea otters hold hands when they sleep so they don't drift apart.
Nature Photographer Scott Alan Johnson has crossed a photographic fourth wall, involving squirrels as photographers in his photographs of squirrels.
Okay, obviously the T-Rex. But as it turns out, they have much more in common than just a clever blog title.
First coined by Richard Lederer in the late 80s, contronyms are a whole lotta fun. I've also read that they're called antagonyms, as well.
As a wrinkly gray blob, the brain is a pretty funny-looking organ.
I know this is an animal post, but it's not exactly ripped from the annals of Cute Overload.
On the heels of yesterday's Yugo Nakamura Appreciation Day featuring interesting online clocks, I thought I'd share my favorite online timepiece: The Human Clockâ„¢ (view the clock here).
Shorpy.com isn't just another photo blog: it's devoted to photos from the past, presented as simply and straightforwardly as modern blog-photos are.
I could handle it -- just barely -- when we lost B.C. creator Johnny Hart earlier this week. But this is where I draw the line: yesterday, Kurt Vonnegut died at the age of 84.
By now everyone's heard about Bill Gates' charitable endeavors and the enormous sums of money he's giving away. But did you know that you can get involved, too, now?
Geisha are traditional female Japanese entertainers and social companions.
RPGs have caused a lot ofÂ upset before--gamers are an easy target, surely--butÂ ifÂ games get in the wrong (and perhaps improperly medicated?) hands, they get in the wrong hands.
I like card games as much as the next guy, but it seems like half the fun must be in creating the cards and making up the rules. (Okay, maybe that's just one-third of the fun.
Most hackers concentrate their efforts on computers, cell phones, important military mainframes, etc.
I know you're all going to love this clock by wunder-degi-designer/programmer/artist Yugo Nakamura. And when you're done, be sure to check out the rest of his highly interactive
Back in February, we had a short discussion about the origin of famous font names.