Pepsi-Cola was originally called “Brad’s Drink.”
We have smart readers. It stands to reason some of you are raising smart kids.
I've come for parental advice. Not for me "“ not yet, at least.
If you have several billion dollars and
a defense department contract:
You may be able to get invisible thanks to a new technology based off the Fantastic Four.
It's time for another whimsical Tuesday Turnip search wherein I type a random phrase and we see what kind of interesting factoids "turn-up."
Today I typed in "U.S.
It's National Eggs Benedict Day.
Most laptop junkies have done it at one time or another: opened up the laptop in a high-density, well-to-do-neighborhood, and found unencrypted networks just waiting to be surfed.
I've long been interested in Image Macros, which are best described as web based images with text superimposed on them. Okay, that's a poor description. Here's an
I find myself in New York's Port Authority twice daily. Escape is always my only goal.
I drove by it three or four times before I realized what it was: a gas station.
We've done this before, deciphering famous people's famous initials. My lasting memory from round one? Receiving angry emails about how I capitalized edward estlin cummings.
There was an interesting piece in The Economist a couple weeks back about digitized books. As you probably know, Google has been scanning books and putting them on this corner of their site.
I don't know about you, but my day's been awesome. But maybe that's just because I'm not suffering fromÂ paraskavedekatriaphobia and I'm notÂ living in a Norse myth.
Check out this turn of the century tintype, posted by Swapatorium, in which this baby's mother is actually disguised as the "chair" he's sitting in.
Nature Photographer Scott Alan Johnson has crossed a photographic fourth wall, involving squirrels as photographers in his photographs of squirrels.
Okay, obviously the T-Rex. But as it turns out, they have much more in common than just a clever blog title.
First coined by Richard Lederer in the late 80s, contronyms are a whole lotta fun. I've also read that they're called antagonyms, as well.