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Do you want to make a website, but don't know how to do all the techie stuff...or know just enough to make a super-crappy site?
Wednesday Wordplay is the challenge for today's mentalfloss.com Brain Game. Today, the seventh entry in our popular new Filling Station puzzle series.
Six years later, a Katrina survivor talks about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Her experience led her to a project involving veterans and their experiences.
The recent Libyan uprising has resulted in many serious consequences for Muammar Qaddafi — including the revelation of the various tchotchkes found stashed away in his private compound.
In part one of this series on the origin of state park names, we had park names with stories behind them. In part two, we found out why some names are scary or depressing.
Today, I'd like to introduce you to a fascinating, new-ish site/app called Trover, the next great collection of User Generate Content (UGC). If you go to their Web site, you'll find the most
I love bloopers, and I love Star Trek. Below, I've collected some classic and more recent Trek bloopers. Prepare to board the Starship Enterbloop! (Blooperprise?
Today's mentalfloss.com Brain Game Tuesday Test Time challenge offers a great puzzle from British/Australian puzzlemaker Lloyd King. It's one of my favorites.
'Eyeborg': The man with a robotic video-camera eye. Canadian filmmaker Rob Spence can record and share everything he sees.
Victorian Husbands and Wives.
Disneyland may be the happiest place on earth, but the man behind it wasn’t.
Here's a confession: I once rode a mechanical bull at a state fair while I was in college.
Many Hollywood actors wish they were rock stars. Most of the time, there's a reason they were cast in movies, not signed to recording contracts.
Did you know that you can invest in the weather? Yes, that’s right. The weather.
Artist Nick Veasey uses his X-ray art to point out how obsessed we are with the superficial—our clothes, our cars, what we own and how it looks.
Pardon the silliness, but this made my week: I'm Helping, a blog of animals who like to "help." I can't count the number of times I've seen cats and dogs find those warm spo