Nixon was speaking at Disney World when he famously declared, "I am not a crook."
So the only other thing I'd like to add to Miss Cellania's Weird Week-in-Review is actually from a few weeks back, but still pertinent--the New Jersey kitten who was found with its head stuc
Last week I covered backing up your Mac with Mozy -- a way to get your most important files backed up online for free.
Let's jump right into the questions.
1) I was recently invited via bulk mail to (pay to) take a night class called "Protecting Yourself Against Identity Theft." I know people whose l
Have you ever been really keyed up, in a huge hurry -- to see a movie, get on a plane, buy a Nintendo Wii -- only to find, after you round that last corner, that you're suddenly standing at the b
Everyone's always talking about taking hip hop to the next level. Who knew that next level was Microsoft Excel?
Snakes on a Plane
Authorities in Vietnam seized a literal ton of ratsnakes packed into 60 boxes aboard a Vietnam Airline flight from Thailand.The snakes are a protected species, Ptyas Mucosus, and ma
With baseball's steroids scandal hitting Washington, Roger Clemens is among the stars being asked to testify before Congress.
It's been about a year and a half since I've mentioned Tom Swifties in the Word Wrap, so I thought I'd return to them once again for this giveaway because, well, they're just so en
An Illustrated History of Trepanation. The illustrations aren't as bad as you might think, but it's still not for the squeamish.
The Wonderful World of Early Computing.
Where was "Bully Police USA" when I needed them?
How often has this happened to you: your family gets together for the holidays and ends up doing something -- going out for food, playing some game, going to see a movie -- that nobody actually wants
If you're a sports fan, nothing beats the thrill of going to a game. If you're not a sports fan, nothing is quite as interminable as being dragged to a game.
Vasily Surikov was born on this date 160 years ago. The Russian painter is most known for his strikingly realistic historical paintings.
Many of today's TV shows omit an opening theme altogether and then use a credit squeeze over the ending credits just so they can cram in more commercials.
There are lots of bizarre, misspelled and downright baffling business names in Los Angeles, but there's one establishment in particular -- a liquor store near the corner of Fairfax and Olympic --