7-Up was originally called "Bib-Label Lithiated Lemon-Lime Soda."
A great part of Britain's identity is wrapped up in the fact that it's a part of Europe, but it stands apart, quite literally, as an island.
Time for another Daft Dave post, folks! If you don't remember how this works, Daft Dave has trouble getting his facts right. Today I'm feeling especially confused about some conversions.
If you find something fun to do with your pet, chances are there are others out there who enjoy it, too.
It's been awhile since a psychic has tried to flag me down, and it's been awhile since any of my friends have subjected me to new ways of discerning my character flaws/intellectual capacity
Using my all-access pass to The New York Times archives, I've once again pulled up the first mentions of newsworthy topics.
One of my favorite TV shows is coming back for a second season in August, after a long hiatus.
Last week, Ransom wrote about novelty food items and the 7-Eleven Simpsons promotion. I finally made my pilgrimage to the Kwik-E-Mart on 42nd Street between 8th & 9th.
Solar too mainstream for you? Bored with windpower? Don't worry -- there are plenty of other ways to harness a watt.
Better than a Clapper
Losing the remote is so last year with the new device that detects hand movements to control a television.
So I'm going to be on the radio tomorrow afternoon (5 pm Pacific time)—on a great show produced from the OC called Writers on Writing.
Burrhus Frederic Skinner never quite escaped the lingering plaque from misinformation unleashed with the invention of his "Baby Tender" (aka "Heir Conditioner" or "Aircrib&quo
A perk of being a weekend subscriber to The New York Times is the access to their online archives.
You know, I always hated telling people I was from Georgia. Don't get me wrong, I love the Peach State, andÂ am proud that I wasÂ born and raised there.
YOU WILL NEED
1 unstoppable will to live
An appreciation for tragic irony
If there's one thing you can say about most desert island strandings, it's that, at the very least, t
After buying an iPhone, I have begun to wonder where consumer purchases fit into Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs.