THE KNOWLEDGE FEED

5 Questions: Two First Names

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In 1914, Henry Ford doubled the daily wage for his factory workers (from $2.40 to $5) while cutting their daily work hours from nine to eight.

In 1914, Henry Ford doubled the daily wage for his factory workers (from $2.40 to $5) while cutting their daily work hours from nine to eight.

Do You Remember Election '08?

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Last year at this time, we were all recovering from our election overload. For more than a year, we had been inundated 24 hours a day with poll numbers, attack ads and endorsements. Every tiny story seemed like it could make or break the election (or at least CNN made us think it did). But now, those little details seem so insignificant. Dig into your memory and see if you can remember these details from the election before Barack Obama got elected.

Brain Game: Math Square #205

Sandy Wood

Morning Cup of Links: Tried and True Beauty Products

Miss Cellania

Who Was Mr. Brownstone? A GNR Quiz

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Whenever I need a taste of musical hedonism blaring at soul-crushing volumes (often), I know exactly what album to pop on. How well do you know the band that helped define rock music in the 80s?

5 Questions: Sobby Story

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Name the Sweet 16 Teams With the Most Final Four Appearances

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The college basketball season kicked off this week and now everybody's got a shot at making the NCAA tournament. Of course, some schools have a better shot than others. Sixteen schools have made the Final Four at least five times (two are tied at the top of the list with 18 appearances). With three minutes on the game clock, can you name them all?

We're only looking for the name of the school.

The Price is Wrong 2

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Flipping through a JCPenney catalog from 1972, it dawned on me that some prices seemed way too high for '72, while others seemed ridiculously low. Let's see how well you do identifying price tags from 35 years ago. But here's the twist, folks, your job is to pick out the WRONG price, NOT the right price. That's to say that you'll see two prices listed for each item: one comes from the catalog, one is made up. The made up one, or the wrong one, is the right price in this quiz.

5 Questions: Observing "Lent"

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The State of College Hoops

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After big-time NCAA Tournament performances by schools like Siena, Davidson and Belmont, we should probably be able to find them on a map. Can you name the home state of these 12 NCAA Tournament schools?

5 Questions: CEREALS

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5 Questions: More "Bounce" to the Ounce

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