One of Prince Charles's Secret Service code names was "Unicorn."
Problem: the Earth is getting warmer. Other problem: even if we stopped producing C02 completely tomorrow, the Earth would still continue to warm -- for years -- before it started to cool again.
Last week, I became the 25,000,000th person to join Facebook (give or take). I'm slowly stockpiling friends, co-workers and former classmates. Photos have been posted.
We all need light in the darkness, but the variety of lamps available can boggle the mind. Anything can be made into a lamp, if you can attach a battery or run an electrical cord through it.
Not sure how many of you heard the news last month, but a 43-year-old sleep deprivation record was broken by one Tony Wright, in London.
Hairshirts used to be the clothing article de rigueur for penance and mortification.
In researching (ahem, yeah, I call my surfing research) an entry on Image Macros, I came across a category of phrases that use the format: "I'm in Your X, Y'ing Your Z." It turns
Who doesn't love a good flip book? Eh?
My friend Dave pointed me to this brilliant weirdconverter. When people used to ask me my weight I used to reply 137 pounds. That's all in the past, though (the English system is so last year.
Over the years, a lot of people have predicted the end of the world, and thus far, a lot of people have had egg on their faces.
Pretty disturbing photo from a pond near Wuhan, China. TheCellar is reporting that 275,000 pounds of fish died in three days due to the extreme water pollution. Insane. Photo via the always intriguing
Ever wonder how much today's most popular TV characters make? Regardless, Kate Lorenz of CareerBuilder.com did the math. Dunder Miflin receptionist Pam Beesley pulls in roughly $23,000. Dr.
While we're on the subject of international mass transit, ifÂ you frequent the London Underground, you might soon be benefiting from a cooling systemÂ that'sÂ more rudimentary than you'
Last week, the D "All Things Digital" conference played host to a variety of interesting events (including Microsoft's introduction of a new digital table).
Yesterday I poked my head into the American Wind Energy Association's national conference in Los Angeles, which was not only well-attended by wind energy enthusiasts and industry manufacturers bu
I love history, but I've never been into military history. Battles seem to get muddled in my mind, and I have no real interest in specific campaigns nor the weapons used.