Fredric Baur invented the Pringles can. When he died in 2008, his ashes were buried in one.
Purple Snow in Russia
On Tuesday, residents of the Stavropol Region in Southern Russia found their landscape covered with purple-tinged snow!
It's Friday. I work here.
A tragedy is caught on video and public curiosity inevitably follows.
A Rube Goldberg machine performs a simple task in a complex fashion and there have been some amazing ones (we wrote about the life of Rube Goldberg last year).
Have you heard about this ridiculous Lindsay Lohan lawsuit? In case you haven't, it's below at number one. It's a bit silly, at least in my non-lawyerly opinion.
Usually when we head to the library, we're looking for something relatively mundane, like a common book or a periodical.
"I've known a lot of fish in my life.
Another fascinating short documentary from motherboard.tv, The Aquatic Life of Dennis Chamberland takes us to a place I've blogged about here before, Jules' Undersea Lodge, a "hotel&quo
The most traditional places to get married are a religious facility, the government office that issues marriage licenses, a resort, or a home. I've been married in each.
If you recall my post on Incredibly Specific Dating Sites (Darwin Dating is still the scariest!), I like to write about the subject.
Enjoy the Thursday Brain Game: Decipher the following five anagrams correctly, and you'll see that they all have something in common.
Anyone who lives in South Carolina and considers themselvesÂ to be a subversive or terrorist is now legally required to register with the South Carolina Secretary of State for a $5 fee.
The Full Story Of How Facebook Was Founded. Someone stealing your idea can hurt but also pay off handsomely years down the road.
Call me weird, but I love a good slow motion video of an animal drinking. No, not booze -- just good old-fashioned water. There's something mesmerizing about watching this stuff.
You've heard their names and seen their logos. You've probably watched them march in parades, donated money to one of their charities, or played on a Little League team they sponsored.