7-Up was originally called "Bib-Label Lithiated Lemon-Lime Soda."
We had a lot of fun giving away daily neatorama prizes this month! We hope you enjoyed the new aspect of the game.
Most medicines and over-the-counter products have names that sound like unintelligible strings of chemical jargon, or sound like they were born in a focus group.
If an object can produce a tone, someone somewhere will make a musical instrument out of it.
The advent of tablet computers like the iPad is opening up all sorts of new possibilities for the way multimedia content is consumed.
Can you make the word DISAPPEAR disappear by removing one letter and rearranging the others to form new English words in each step below?
There are few things sweeter than a sleeping baby, but Adele Enersen has managed to make her little one's naps even more precious by creating stunning artworks incorporating her fantasies of her
I can usually count on VBS.tv for videos about prostitution in Liberia, sewer-dwellers in Bogota and mutants in Chernobyl.
Many of the scientists who left ScienceBlogs are now gathered at a new blogging collective called Scientopia.
Paper is thrown 29.6% of the time in Rock, Paper, Scissors, making it the most unlikely option.
It's easy to forget, what with the iron grip American Idol seems to have on our airwaves every year, that the series is a franchise reproduced in a lot of other nations.
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?
MTV turned 29 yesterday! I wasn't around for that first day they started broadcasting videos on 1981, but it makes me feel old anyway.
Photographer Tom A. Warner managed to catch lightning strikes at 9,000 frames per second (that's 300x slower than realtime video).
FromÂ Imgur comes the geek wedding invitation to end all geek wedding invitations.
When it comes to buying an insurance policy, high risk jobs such as acting, working on an oil rig, or being an aircraft pilot will obviously push up the price.