The little plastic bit on the end of your shoelace is called an aglet.
Apple founder Steve Jobs died yesterday at age 56.
My sister Karen was a member of Stanford's Class of 2005, so I was in the stands with my family for Steve Jobs' famous commencement address.
Just today one of our interns was working on a quote quiz: 'Steve Jobs or The Matrix?' We probably won't have her finish it, but one of the quotes she stumbled across—which I didn'
Don’t be down about your next panel of consonants. Instead, take the challenge as an opportunity to show off your newly acquired vowel-free vocabulary. Three-Letter
Once a pariah among concerned parents and a source of snickers among schoolchildren, the dreaded X-rating has all but vanished.
Tune in live tonight (Wednesday, October 5) at 10pm ET/PT for Penn & Teller's new series: Penn & Teller Tell a Lie on Discovery.
• Radishes were so highly valued by the ancient Greeks that small replicas of them were made in gold; beets were shown in silver and turnips in lead. The Greeks of the third century B.C.
Hot sauces, curries, wasabi peas and other spicy treats turn you into a snot faucet.
Here's something interesting: Earlier this year, JimmyPage.com went live.
Here's some more Filling Station fun at the mentalfloss.com Brain Game.
NASA is looking for the next generation of astronauts.
As a father of two small children, I know that it’s always a little easier to get a child to follow a routine if one of their favorite characters are involved. Want you child to go to bed?
Sometimes, to amuse myself, I try to list all of the United States Presidents by memory. (What... you don’t do that?) I always forget poor Chester A.
While researching this post, I came across a quote from Justin Townes Earle that I just loved.
Earlier this year, Bill DeMain introduced us to 15 Wonderful Words With No English Equivalent. Now that you've integrated those into your vocabulary, here are 14