There was a third Apple founder. Ronald Wayne sold his 10% stake for $800 in 1976.
Form Constants and the Visual Cortex. Science explains why hallucinations tend to be similar no matter what the cause or the cultural background of the visualizer.
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Newsflash: Tweeting stupid things can cost you your job.
Due to fantastic reader response to last week’s Late Movies: Power Ballads, we’re back with a handful of suggestions taken directly from our commenters.
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Muammar Qaddafi is clearly hated by many of his own people, and rightly so: in addition to kidnapping, torturing, and murdering political dissidents, over 40 years of misru
If you think this is a picture of nachos, you'd be forgiven. That was most certainly the intention of Homaro Cantu when he created the dish.
Elmo Live is a fairly complex robot -- for an Elmo toy, anyway.
Today is March 15th, which is known as the Ides of March. So, what does that mean, exactly? And how are we supposed to celebrate?
The website All of the Buildings in New York exists for one reason. To display illustrations. Illustrations of what, you ask? Illustrations of all the buildings in New York.
For today's Tuesday Test Time, you'll be given a list of names. The last names are fine as-is, but the first names are words that are all jumbled up.
How "Dungeons & Dragons" changed my life. Gen X looks back with nostalgia and appreciation.
Errol Morris, Oscar-winning director of The Fog of War, The Thin Blue Line, and Fast, Cheap and Out of Control is one of our best documentary filmmakers.
Before they were stars, they were just like us - they had big dreams of Rod Roddy calling their name on The Price is Right and visions of throwing an impossible question back into the face of a stunne
As I type this, there are at least two nuclear reactors in serious danger of meltdown in Japan. I think they are already in partial meltdown.