At points in the 1990s, 50% of all CDs being produced worldwide were for AOL.
We've been getting an enormous amount of "comment spam" lately, about half of it from variations on the email address firstname.lastname@example.org and linking to www.jonny.com.
Speaking of not getting divorced, my wife and I celebrated our second anniversary on Monday.
Featured in this month's Fast Company, "The Ex" is a brilliant combination of knife holder and voodoo doll. Get your own at Shop With Bob & Joyce.
Gladsome times here at YouTube Hunter HQ! And how could we be wearing anything but a frown turned upside down after the recent YouTube/Google merger worth $1.65 billion in stock?
Driving a tank is every destructive little child's personal goal.
And you thought mental_floss Fashion Week was over!
Most folk agree that hip hop or rap music grew up in New York, during the early 1970s, when MCs improvised on the mic, entertaining the crowd as they waited for the next DJ to take over the booth.
I came across this huge compilation of Mark Twain quotes the other day, and in reading them I noticed that a surprising number of them sounded like particularly good advice for journalists -- so I am
It's a battle being waged every day on our streets, in our parks and in the hearts and minds of Americans everywhere: how to punish the poop-leavers -- or even catch them?
I'm sure our resident high-five giver, Jason, won't mind if I offer up his services to the first person who can tell me (a) what the following common words and phrases all refer to and (b) w
I'm originally from a small town in danger of being swallowed by the urban sprawl of Atlanta, so when I saw this piece about Georgia in the Times, headlined "A Battle for Hearts and Minds Se
It's time for another whimsical Tuesday Turnip Google search wherein I type a random phrase and we see what kind of interesting factoids "turn-up."
I don't mean to scare you fol
Judging by the pitiful number of entries in last week's Weird Science contest, you folks just aren't interested in working for your goodies.
Not sure if I'm the only one who missed this smart-sounding gizmo's debut, but did you know there's a relatively inexpensive box that lets you watch TV on your PC called the Slingbox?
And for our "strangest research ever actually conducted," the winner is Jackie Dunn, who submitted this doozy from C.