The dot of the letter "i" is called a tittle.
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This image was on NASA's website
I was surprised how shy you all were on the subject of female aggression earlier in the week"¦ but maybe this will get you talking: a new study on the use of humor in relationships is the cover s
Here at mental_floss we're sometimes accused of indulging in bathroom humor.
I first moved to NYC in the summer of "˜91.
We actually don't think Paul Berg is "mad" at all; he's a Nobel laureate who was largely responsible for figuring out how DNA did its job of producing proteins.
The International AIDS Conference is taking place right now in Toronto.
This just in from NASA: Last month, the globe experienced an extreme phenomenon referred to in the technical literature as "heat," shown in this satellite
Whew! That was a heavy way to start the morning. I need a palate cleanser -- something that's cute and fanciful and playful and the exact opposite of a serial killer. I
Continuing with my theme of weird coincidences involving famous murders and specific days in mid-August, today was a bad day for serial killers, and thus a good day for everyone else: Charles Manson w
"Jesse Helms is back! And this time he's black."
Believe it or not, that's not some deranged Daily Kossian message board rant; it's a campaign slogan.
Paul Pedini spent a decade working as an engineer on the Big Dig in Boston, and of one aspect of the project, he says: "There's something inherently illogical about it." He's point
And you thought NASA had trouble defining its mission: Check out these old posters from China's space agency.
The creature at left is an elusive animal first discovered in the 1800s.
I was in Williamsburg a couple of weeks ago, and my friend, who's in the picture, told me about this great piece of graffiti a la Banksy that just cried out to be photographed.