M&M’s stands for “Mars & Murrie’s,” the last names of the candy’s founders.
The next time you’re watching that sports-themed comedy or epic Roman war picture and you notice some of the crowd members don’t seem nearly as excited as the others, it’s probably not that they’re ba
It's Tuesday Test Time! Fore!
Tim and Tom were well-matched golfers.
To promote the new Internet Explorer 9, Soap Creative developed the world's biggest Pac-Man game which involves thousands of user-submitted screens, and could take years to play.
I know people who describe themselves as "bread obsessives" or "pizza fanatics" -- often they're talented in the kitchen and have latched onto one aspect of food or food cultu
Back in 2009, we discussed the origins of the names TiVo, Blackberry and Hulu, among others. Here's how eight more tech companies, websites and gadgets got their names.
This is so delightfully stupid I had to share it.
I guess it's to be expected in the country where car culture was invented -- after all, we've got drive-thru restaurants, wedding chapels, strip clubs, trees, and prayer booths.
If you’re impressed by the things being done with 3D projectors in a movie theatre, you’ll likely be blown away by the work of Mr. Beam. On the Mr.
Submitted for your approval is rendition #70 of the Monday Math Square for the mentalfloss.com Brain Game.
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Is Chernobyl a Wild Kingdom or a Radioactive Den of Decay?
Last week, the state-controlled Chinese Central Bank released figures indicating the country now holds over $3 trillion dollars in foreign-exchange reserves.
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Pixar explains (in a really short video) how animation works, its history, and even creates a beautiful 3D sculpture to go with it.
I always enjoy, and occasionally use, the Twitter hashtag #first
Runners dressed as Forrest Gump, Elvis, Bozo the Clown and the Cat in the Hat all crossed the finish line in front of me at the Boston Marathon one year.
So did a shirtless participant running back