7-Up was originally called "Bib-Label Lithiated Lemon-Lime Soda."
I thought it a good time to introduce one of my favorite Italian animators/cartoonists, Bruno Bozzetto.
The 330 lb giant tortoise whom experts believe Charles Darwin studied while on the Galapagos Islands, died at Australia Zoo this week.
Two quick facts from the article:Â
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Lifehacker had some fantastic footage a couple of days ago of aÂ Windows desktop thatÂ lets youÂ play withÂ your documents as if they were actual pieces of paper.
Talk about a buzzkill -- my boss just waltzed into the office wearing a fabulousÂ new top from a local vintage store, and instead of oohing-and-ahhing as was clearly expected, my co-worker said, "
First a Green Day album cover saves a little girl from exploding, now this:
British popster James Blunt's song You're Beautiful has taken a beating of late, with even the singer himself ref
I have no real reason for posting this link to the movie trailer, except that a) I heart Borat, b) I'm thrilled that they've announced a release date for the movie (November 3rd in the US),
Sick of people peeking over at your laptop screen on airplanes? Worried that your frat brothers will laugh at you because you religiously visit the Better Homes and Gardens' knitting blog?
Frontline has done so many fascinating documentaries for PBS and the latest is no exception.
Staying on the Google-track today, here's another map-oriented site of theirs that promotes Green traveling (or at least advertises eco-friendly businesses, I'll let you be the judge).
Will Japan face a population decline? There's definitely a shortage of babies.Â
"Japanese people simply aren't having sex," Dr.
So, why would anyone pay $750,000 for a loft with concave floors (meant to throw you off-balance), misplaced light switches (you have to grope around for), and a garish aesthetic only a McDonald'
This blog is mostly written by guys, and I bet youÂ guys don't read the New York Times Styles section, and hey, I can understand that, because you're guys, but -- this isÂ the lede of the Ti
This morning I was Googlemapping some coordinates when I happened upon my new favorite website (of the day): NextBus.
Using GPS technology, the site enables you to follow real buses in real cities,
Ah, the South in the summertime -- land of creeping kudzu, stifling humidity, and the fire ant:
In the 70 years since the imported red fire ant sneaked into Mobile aboard a ship from Brazil, no insec