Dogs can experience a runner's high.
Film director Michel Gondry sports a well-earned reputation for being a cinematic trickster, as well as a lover of puzzles and games.
It's been a very long time since I dropped some objects in the blog. You guys seemed to enjoy them, so I thought it high time for a revival.
Do not, repeat, do NOT click on this link if you actually have something even slightly, vaguely important to do today, or if you are at all worried about maintaining your sanity.
Okay, fine, click.
I saw this along the Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu and had to pull out my camera.
Along with playing chess and watching my friends have sex, I derive endless enjoyment from Dumb Criminal videos.
Because the Government's Making You
Naming your baby Brooklynn, America, or Lindsee might be acceptable (if mockable) in the good ol' US of A, but don't try a stunt like that in Denmar
chances are you're going to love "˜em in Japanese! Or maybe not.
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 "Einstein quotes&qu
Scientists discover the darndest things -- especially by accident.
There's an interesting debate going on at the Guardian about why English-speakers use the word Allah to refer to the Muslim version of God:
There is no logical reason for this.
Or maybe it's the other way around: if your brain grows -- a specific region of the brain which scientists have recently linked to altruistic behavior, that is -- you'll be nice.
From the USB-powered butt coolerÂ to theÂ earwax remover with a camera attached, here are 7 gadgets youÂ had no idea you needed so badly.
"You know you're from New Jersey," the chain email I receive roughly twice a year keeps telling me, "if you remember Action Park and were seriously injured there." I assume e
I'm not really into insects, but I found this image at ettf, and was so stunned by the colors that I had to look it up. Apparently, the pic is of a caterpillar cecropia moth.