A baby can cost new parents 750 hours of sleep in the first year.
A couple of years ago I did a post called "Guitar Wizards Shred," that featured the work of a Finnish guitar dude overdubbing famous guitar players' solos with horrible flub-filled riff
Scientists and science geeks alike can wear their chosen discipline on their sleeves, so to speak, or around some part of their bodies.
In space-travel circles, it’s apparently a well-known fact that the moon smells like gunpowder.
Aram Bartholl wants to encourage even more information sharing in today’s insanely-connected world.
Match these 10 words/names into five pairs. If you place the correct ones in the correct order, you'll find a connection between certain letters in the words/names in each pair.
In case you're not familiar with the Turnip, it's a whimsical Google search, wherein I type a random phrase and we see what kind of interesting pages 'turn-up.' As always with this
A blogger reminisced about the wonderful tree that was the center of the Disney film The Swiss Family Robinson.
I've been to film school. I've been a submissions screener for a major film festival.
It's an all-new 5-day trivia hunt!
Co-puzzle Master Josh Halbur and I are happy to bring you the next How Did You Know?
I’m making an assumption here - maybe I should add a qualifier: 10 animals that are probably worth more than you.
1. Trouble, a white Maltese worth $2 million.
The United States contains 2.35 billion square-feet of self-storage space. This equates to roughly 7.4 square feet of space for every person in the country.
Most people know that Romans were pretty good architects and added impressive aqueduct systems to most of the areas they conquered.
We're all sick of negative political ads. Despite my entreaties, one family member of mine tells me she's not voting at all because she's so fed up with them.
The most dominant postseason pitcher of his era, Cliff Lee of the Texas Rangers might like to tell you his success can be traced to serious introspection in a thinking man's game.
A family in Buffalo passed this painting from generation to generation for years.