John Adams drank a tankard of hard cider each day and had the occasional beer for breakfast.
A lot of us have old video games lying around somewhere. Maybe some old Nintendo games in the attic. Boxes of Sega Genesis cartridges cluttering up the basement.
They say you can't tell the players without a program! When a story is an "epic saga" or a long-running series, some kind of guide will help immensely.
Last week's Think Thursday "reinterpret-the-photo" challenge received a nice response, so here's a new one for today's mentalfloss.com Brain Game.
My friend Andy was one of the most brilliant visual thinkers I knew in film school, and since graduation a few years ago he's been doing us all proud by making incredible short films and music vi
Tatiana and Krista Hogan 4-year-old craniopagus conjoined twins. The connection between their brains may allow them to feel each other's sensations, and possibly read each other's thoughts!
Have you ever wondered why Chinese carry-out is packaged in those wire-handled boxes? Or who came up with the idea of squeezing a dollop of ketchup into a foil packet?
You might not know Michael Buffer by name, but trust me, you know his work:
Buffer came up with the catchphrase "Let's Get Ready to Rumble" thanks to a little inspiration from
In 2008, Nike put together a series of slow-motion videos in which golf balls were shot through various objects.
Meet Jersey Joe Bonaparte.
Time for another episode of Fresh Perspectives! These kids are adorable and soo smart. If you missed the earlier episodes, here's one on Libya and another on the death of Bin
YES! You can play this challenge/contest without knowing a thing about the weekly hunt! It's sort of a one-off - a stand-alone if you will.
You may know "Six-Forty by Four-Eighty" as the pixels dimensions of a VGA monitor.
With the Oprah Winfrey Show ending today, here are some earlier clips of the media icon from before her epic television program took off.
Teenage Oprah got her start in media as a part-time news re
Few individuals have done more to promote the field of personal life coaching than Oprah Winfrey.
I'm beginning to feel like Charles Dickens, serializing my novel like this!