E.B. White of Charlotte's Web fame is the "White" of Strunk and White.
Mexico is just a few weeks away from electing a new president and the race is getting more heated every day.
Okay, so I'm not really wondering that but it seems like studies continue to come out that indicate that it's better for children to be exposed to dirt and other irritants early in life so t
My post yesterday about Hawking's vision of a colonized Mars got me searching the internet for more information on the red planet.
I just got the best piece of weight-loss spam I've ever seen.
The smearing of Heather Mills McCartney -- okay, it's not really "smearing" if the tabs say you've been in hard-core German porn, and you have -- has left one-legged young girls be
Whenever I feel so sleep-deprived that I just. can't. go. any. further, I think of Randy Gardner -- not because he cheers me up, but because compared to himÂ I have no excuse for whining.
OhGizmo has a feature today about the new Hungarian Kenguru car, which seems pretty amazing from OhGizmo's write-up (the Kenguru site has their own write-up, but it's a slightly harder read
Acording to this article on Brietbart today, British physicist Stephen Hawking says "'...the human race should reach for the stars to survive as the Earth is at risk of being wiped out by a
The job market is tough for a lot of us, but apparently at least one segment of the population has its career search well in hand (or paw): dogs.
A year ago, Jada, a frisky black mutt, was living in
Lockheed Martin has developed Drone technology that has "applications from everything to homeland security to search and rescue," says this new report.
Called "Predator B's,&quo
The Cellar had an interesting image of the day yesterday. I've been looking around the office all day for the right supplies to give this a shot.
As Slate points out today, the rich are different from you and me: They die more glamorously.
If you survive paycheck-to-paycheck, you can also rest easy about dying while fleeing paparazzi (Princess
Over on The Morning News, there's an article on how music soothes the savage beasts -- okay, not really savage. The author likes to sing to cows, and they like it right back.
Get ready because Ted (or whatever your office know-it-all is named) is going to mention that it was today in 1215 that the Magna Carta was sealed.