ABBA had to negotiate the rights to their name with a canned fish company.
Even though I have a Brita in my home, I still find myself buying too much bottled water. Would this change if I committed to a reusable beverage container? Why not--I'm already Brita groupie.
When the USPS introduced Forever Stamps -- First Class stamps that are valid forever, regardless of future rate increases -- my friends immediately had a clever idea: invest in them.
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It's been a year this week since I started blogging for mental_floss, and to commemorate such an auspicious anniversary, I thought I'd take a page from David's book, Google the phrase &
As Chris Connolly found out, cheating is unimaginative, brutish, and plain crass.
Orville and Wilbur Wright are generally credited with being the first in flight. Whether that's true depends on your definition of "flight".
It's time for another whimsical Tuesday Turnip search wherein I type a random phrase and we see what kind of interesting factoids "turn-up."
In honor of the Turnip's one-year an
Engineers at Stanford have been combing West Coast beaches to show how beach sand is just as capable of passing along harmful bacteria as ocean water.
The study, published in the journal Environmenta
We've talked on two occasions about the potential removal of my gigantic rock. Despite all the great suggestions, I still haven't decided what to do.
The always amazing Neatorama tipped me off on these gorgeous photos of ice caves from glaciologist Jason Gulley.
I've long been a shopper at Woot!, so finding Shirt.Woot! was welcome news. The business model is simple: one day, one shirt.
Check out the clever Transforming music player from design genius Yong-Seong Kim.
Assuming they're accurate, maps are usually the most literal and straightforward way to interpret the world around us possible: in terms of distances and terrain.