Elmo is the only non-human to testify before Congress.
This weekend I was enjoying some performance from Coachella via AT&T Blue Room and noticed something fun: their online video player has a Boss Button.
It's easy to be a geek about a show like Lost, where the puzzles the show puts forth are front-and-center, and too numerous to count.
Artist Rosemary Fiore has taken a giant Scrambler fair ride, and turned it into an enormous Spirograph!
If all you would-be-Thoreau's feel like communing with nature, but leaving the house seems like more effort than it's worth, we've finally found a solution for you!
Here's what I want for my 36th birthday (July 30, 2015), if my choices are limited to fictional items from the second installment in the Back to the Future series: Marty McFly's futuristic s
The folks at the West Virginia Surf Report have this great little fast food expose going on (in fact they're not afraid to tell you how great it is...
I confess I was one of the first web-geeks in the early 1990s.
So the weekend is here, Paris is back in jail, and Mercury is about to turn retrograde.
Have you ever wondered what your cat does outdoors all day? A guy in Germany did, and developed a cat-mounted spy camera in order to find out. Wonder no more!
I recently came across a link to 100 Words Every High School Graduate Should Know, by the folks who brought you the American Heritage Dictionaries.
1) Kool-Aid was invented in 1927 in Hastings, Nebraska, as Kool-Ade [NOTE: Nathan Miller has called this into question -- see his comment below.]
2) After the government tightened regulations regardi
The great Roman poet Horace wrote: satura tota nostra est -- satire is completely our own.
So I'm really just talking about the social networking/virtual world site, Second Life.Â As part of its virtual atmosphere, SL converts users into avatars,Â also referred toÂ asÂ "residents.
As someone who works a lot at a desk, I'm pretty particular about how things are set up: for me it's all about piles.
Problem: the Earth is getting warmer. Other problem: even if we stopped producing C02 completely tomorrow, the Earth would still continue to warm -- for years -- before it started to cool again.