Twitter's bird logo is named Larry, for Larry Bird.
Frontline has done so many fascinating documentaries for PBS and the latest is no exception.
Staying on the Google-track today, here's another map-oriented site of theirs that promotes Green traveling (or at least advertises eco-friendly businesses, I'll let you be the judge).
Will Japan face a population decline? There's definitely a shortage of babies.Â
"Japanese people simply aren't having sex," Dr.
So, why would anyone pay $750,000 for a loft with concave floors (meant to throw you off-balance), misplaced light switches (you have to grope around for), and a garish aesthetic only a McDonald'
This blog is mostly written by guys, and I bet youÂ guys don't read the New York Times Styles section, and hey, I can understand that, because you're guys, but -- this isÂ the lede of the Ti
This morning I was Googlemapping some coordinates when I happened upon my new favorite website (of the day): NextBus.
Using GPS technology, the site enables you to follow real buses in real cities,
Ah, the South in the summertime -- land of creeping kudzu, stifling humidity, and the fire ant:
In the 70 years since the imported red fire ant sneaked into Mobile aboard a ship from Brazil, no insec
A couple of weeks ago, a writer named Jason Feifer formulated a hypothesis that all of us have probablyÂ also come up with: (a) YouTube videos are almost uniformly terrible, therefore (b) an awesomely
According to CNN, the folks at Johns Hopkins University, led by neurologist Douglas Kerr, now have proof that stem cells can help paralyzed rats walk again.
Gladwell really ripped on The New York Times for their story on pharmaceutical prices, with the headline "Drug Prices Up Sharply." The Times story covered the 3.9% increase in prescription
The 77th Major League Baseball All-Star Game is quickly approaching.
Over at Collision Detection, Clive Thompson has stumbled on another interesting internet art project:
MillionArtists is fundraising project with an interesting way of gathering donations: Everyone wh
I'm not sure how many of you have a BlackBerry or any one of a number of new PDAs that have hit the market recently, but take it from me, an avid Treo user, getting your email fix anywhere, anyti
I've always liked reading other people's college-graduation addresses, maybe because I didn't get to hear the one directed at me -- the geniuses at Duke set up the stadium's acoust