Cenosillicaphobia is the fear of an empty glass.
This post is the start of a new occasional feature on my favorite documentaries. I'm a huge documentary fan, and will share some of my favorites with you, perhaps once every week or two.
I'm not sure how many of you out there were proximal to the NYC steam pipe explosion, but I from what I hear it was pretty traumatizing.
By now you've probably heard of Oscar, the magical Rhode Island cat who can smell death coming hours away.
With hurricane season almost upon us, it's time to start stocking up on bottled water, extra batteries and canned food. But why stick to just beans and corn?
Solar ovens aren't a new phenomenon, but with the worldwide interest in alternative energy growing, new attention is being focused on them.
Jason had a great post earlier this year about his experience with his cell phone provider's customer service dept.
It's with a fair amount of chagrin that I admit I've never been inside a limo.
Ouch! I had an inkling he was cooler than me, but seeing it in print is rough.
We've previously covered On My Desk, a blog which shows creative workspaces.
Several people* asked to see more pictures of my pet rock, whose potential removal I wrote about Tuesday.
I move a lot. Can't tell you why -- bad luck, maybe, or a naturally nomadic disposition.
Because we're still up to our ears in boxes in our new home, with half the kitchen still MIA (note to self: when moving next time, be a little more liberal when labeling boxes.
I've always been transfixed by anyone with the surname Blood, and Benjamin Paul Blood (1832-1919) is no exception.
Today I shall share one of my favorite little-known links: the De-Garfed Community on LiveJournal. The principle here is to take real Garfield cartoons and remove Garfield's thought bubbles.
How To Is Now 100% Desert Island-Free!
YOU WILL NEED
A strong desire to get out of the rat race
A beard (guys