Marie Curie's notebooks are still radioactive.
Engadget has an amazing little blurb on the future of video conferencing, and how it might not be boring?!
A couple weeks ago I posted a story about a man who accidentally blinded his wife by throwing a carrot at her.
Reuters is reporting today that Brazil's armed forces have somehow found themselves in the animal delivery service.
While I have no desire to tweak a good thing, our partners at HowStuffWorks have an incredible article with links devoted to ways that you can Hack Into Your iPod: from playing video games like Doom o
It's good to know someone else is obsessed with odd sports -- the bloggers at YesButNoButYes have put together a top-ten list of harebrained physical activities, including:
* The World Highlan
More and more these days it seems we like to experience life in private, without annoying intrusions from our neighbors, our fellow countrymen or our mother-in-laws.
With the success of the Walkman
On Saturday I saw my favorite film of the year so far (excepting my beloved POTC), which was a full-length documentary about asparagus.
Now that the Ernest Hemingway lookalike contest is over (that's the winner, Chris Storm, pictured at left), the Hemingway estate can move on to bigger issues -- specifically, what to do about the
While CBS is busy advertising on their dairy, the geniuses at the British Egg Information Service have a slightly different take on shell design.
At the foot of some of the tallest trees in the world, up on Humboldt Bay in the Redwood Forest, the small town of Eureka, California is celebrating its 150-year anniversary this summer.
I know this is my second doggie post, and my third one that ends in a question mark, but
If your pampered pooch is getting fed up with that plain old bowl of tap water you keep perched next to his bed, you might want to check out K9 Water from Dog Bliss.
I was doing some editing work for our next magazine this weekend (it's our annual 10 Issue!), when I read through Mark Juddery's fascinating piece on 10 TV Shows that Changed the World.
Having thoroughly tired ourselves out over the weekend with cheese racing, my husband and I are looking for another quirky sport to adopt.
A bumblebee in Great Britain recently set a record for the longest recordedÂ flight (by a bumblebee) when scientists released it 8 miles away from its home and the bee still found its way back.