Fredric Baur invented the Pringles can. When he died in 2008, his ashes were buried in one.
We've been enjoying this "archival tidbit" thing a lot. (Less work for us! More facts for you!
Word on the 'net is that Electrolux is busy making houseshoes that double as vacuum cleaners...
Normally I don't post ads, but this one from Nintendo made me grin.
Religious pareidolia: the perception of religious-icon-shaped patterns where none were intended.
I thought I'd try a different format for the old stumper feature. Today you'll be filling in the blanks, finishing sentences in this classic song lyric.
Oh, God bless the Grenada Chocolate Company, makers of the world's best organic dark chocolate (the Guardian agrees with me on this).
Still having trouble finding the perfect holiday gifts? Well, I already told you what I want, but I'm sure anyone on your list would be happy to have these goodies from Perpetual
Today's archival tidbit comes from Condensed Knowledge:
Scientist Peter Fong decided to dope up his research subjects "“ fingernail clams "“ by putting them on Prozac, which decrease
This guy really wants to be blogged about. Well, I'll bite -- the pictures are hard to resist!
Stop the presses, right? Sure, most people assume that celebrities are more narcissistic than regular people. Until recently, however, we didn't have a study to prove it.
I'd like to start this post by taking a breath so that we might all reflect on the last 6 months; just to note our blog's development and allow ourselves to take it in, to feel ever so sligh
If you're cheap, lazy or simply don't have any need for the fragrance of evergreens in your living room, but you're eager to get your place looking festive, then this 2-dimensional Chri
I can't seem to find much information about black-bellied sheep on the internet, but from what I do know, these guys originally come from Barbados -- and they're all over that island, as wel
So I finally got around to seeing "The Queen," and although most of the performances were spot-on, I felt like the guy playing Prince Philip must have caricatured him a bit.
Just like their standards for film content which result in the familiar ratings system (G, PG, PG-13, R, etc), the MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America) has rules for what you can and can'