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Ten Odd and Awesome 2011 Calendars

Miss Cellania

Calendars are a popular Christmas gift for friends and relatives who already "have everything", because you need a different calendar every year. And these are certainly different! 1.

Amazing Bookstore Adaptations

Jill Harness

Bookstores come in all shapes and sizes, but these 10 featured by WebEcoist are some of the world's coolest locations for selling books.  All ten places featured are repurposed buildings and tran

Brain Game: Threefer Madness #1

In today's Brain Game, the three definitions that follow apply to three different 8-letter words that are anagrams of one another (meaning they use the same letters of the alphabet).

It's Amazing What They Can Do With Computers These Days

Ransom Riggs

It wasn't so many years ago that movies like Toy Story were absolutely cutting-edge, and it was hard to imagine how such slick animation could've been produced by a computer.

Morning Cup of Links: Listed Lists

Miss Cellania

TIME magazine lists The Top 10 Everything of 2010.

It's Not Christmas Without Bon Jovi and R2D2

Stacy Conradt

We talked about Christmas in the Stars: Star Wars Christmas Album last week. It’s where the gem “What Can You Get a Wookiee for Christmas (When He Already Owns a Comb)” comes from.

The Late Movies: Christmas Songs

Ransom Riggs

I decided to put together some unusual, funny, off-the-wall Christmas songs because, you know, 'tis the season!

MeetingBoy Contest Winner!

David K. Israel

Thanks to everyone who entered our MeetingBoy wall calendar contest! The winning tweet is: The boss sent an email at 11:30 “reminding” everyone that he’s working from home today.

Name A Mathematical Theorem After Your Loved One

Jill Harness

Looking for a unique and memorable gift for the geeks in your life? Consider having a mathematical theorem named after them. How?

The Joy of Statistics: 200 Countries Over 200 Years In Four Minutes

Ransom Riggs

This fascinating clip features global health expert and statistics whiz Hans Rossling talking about the relative health and wealth of 200 nations over the last 200 years.

Video: Metrodome Roof Collapse

Chris Higgins

The Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome opened in 1982. Its signature feature is its Teflon-coated fiberglass fabric roof that is literally inflated by the air inside the stadium.

The Quick 10: The Non-Football Careers of 10 Heisman Winners

Stacy Conradt

Amid controversy on Saturday, Auburn's Cam Newton was the 74th person to win the Heisman Trophy.

Maude the Marine?

Colin Patrick

When you hear the name Bea Arthur, you likely think of the characters Maude and Dorothy Zbornak. Maybe you even recall her decidedly NSFW appearances in recent years on celebrity roasts.

Brain Game: Math Square #54

The nine white squares inside the main red grid should be filled with the digits 1 through 9. Each digit should appear only once in this main grid (the red square).

National Geographic's 10 Weirdest New Animals of 2010

David K. Israel

In case you haven't been following all the strange animals discovered recently, National Geographic has a great end-of-year roundup.

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