There was a third Apple founder. Ronald Wayne sold his 10% stake for $800 in 1976.
While busy defending freedom, some men and women in the armed forces have still found time to share a few videos with the world, thanks to the magic of YouTube.
I admit it"¦ since I've been on maternity leave this summer, I've watched The Price is Right almost every day.
Hypothetical situation: seven castaways have been living on an uncharted island in the Pacific for 15 years after a shipwreck.
This is truly beautiful.
According to its website, the Avon Heritage Duct Tape Festival "celebrates duct tape, its enthusiasts and its wacky and fun uses." The festival takes place in the Duct Tape Capital of the Wo
I search stuff out on Google dozens of times a day. In fact, I probably spend more time sifting through Google search results each day than I do eating. It's that much a part of my day-to-day.
Want to be cremated, but worry that your ashes will just end up buried in a cemetery or sitting in some boring urn? Fear not! Have a look at these 10 bizarre places that ashes have gone.
This alien chestburster roast might not look like the most delicious dinner party centerpiece, but it's certainly the most imaginative I've ever seen and it fits right in with the other out-
Since I posted a list called Plush Toys Grownups Will Love a couple of years ago, I've been collecting new and different stuffed toys that appeal to one's sense of fun, irony, and/or anarchy
Here are five 2010 feature films, each of which have five-word titles. Can you identify all five of them by only their initials?
Al Capone, the infamous mobster and convicted tax cheat, spent 4.5 years of his prison sentence at Alcatraz.
Apollo astronauts couldn't buy life insurance if their lives depended on it. But NASA came up with a seemingly silly but genius scheme to raise money in the event of an on-the-job death.
If you haven't seen the "double rainbow" video on YouTube, get ready for something, uh, intense.
Yesterday's post about graffiti turned up some interesting info on a similar phenomenon sometimes referred to as Unapproved Signage (sometimes it doubles as installation art).
They're called phonies, posers, and knock-offs. But the hard-working fans in tribute bands deserve a little respect.