Fredric Baur invented the Pringles can. When he died in 2008, his ashes were buried in one.
The bedrooms of children have always provided a kind of sabbatical for horror story/fairy tale aggressors, so it shouldn't be surprising that someone finally manufactures a night light designed t
I found this ad on ettf and thought it was funny enough to
Tuesday, we took a look at Memphis and covered only the musical landmarks. There's much more to enjoy and learn about in
Another dull day of jury duty, and, as you know, I can't really discuss the case.
Encyclopedia Brown and the Case of the Missing Lake: Scientists are on the hunt for a five-acre lake in the Andes (or not in the Andes, perhaps?) that's gone missing.
[Test Post. These codes might not work just yet. But they will
Apparently, our little print magazine made it into the Trib's 50 Favorite Magazines list. Woo-hoo!
Here's the stat of the day: "An average worker's functioning IQ falls ten points when distracted by ringing telephones and incoming emails.
No Tuesday Turnip today folks, sorry; I'm still Internet-less here on jury duty.
Andy Hertzfeld's Folklore.org is a sort of historical blog, documenting the development of the original Macintosh computer.
For Mac geeks and computer people in general, it's a fascinatin
As an admitted bubble wrap enthusiast, and someone who's wasted a good portion of his youth delighting in that pop-pop-pop sound, I was thrilled to stumble into a few bubble wrap links and storie
They might not win -- heck, getting on the ballot is a victory for these candidates -- but third-party presidential hopefuls are part of what keep America's election cycle interesting.
I started this post three weeks ago, on the way back from a whirlwind weekend in Park City, Utah.
Memphis is where the Mississippi River meets the Deep South. The city has a rich musical history, full of blues, rockabilly, gospel, and rock and roll.