Fredric Baur invented the Pringles can. When he died in 2008, his ashes were buried in one.
Fans of Calvin & Hobbes will delight in this all-encompassing fan site – which includes among its many treasures a collection of rare art by the strip’s brilliant creator Bill Watterson.
Tonight at 9pm ET/PT: The MythBusters tackle, once and for all, the "Archimedes Solar Ray" myth!
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As many of you know, I'm an old photo nerd. (By which I mean, I'm a nerd for old photos, not ...
The BCS pairings have been announced for this year’s football season, so here’s a question for you college football nuts: what NCAA school claims the most football national championships?
In each numbered entry below, repeating the same two-letter sequence in the first two blanks and the last two blanks of the entry will form a six-letter English word. Can you figure them all out?
The 25 Greatest Internet Memes of 2010.
The 2010 Grammy nominations were announced last week.
You may have heard that a batch of new $100 bills was recently misprinted (and if you haven’t, check out #1).
Welcome to day two of our week of giveaways from UncommonGoods! Today you're playing for a set of Ninjabread Men, which would certainly liven up your dessert table.
Cat food is serious business. Taking underutilized and low-value raw materials like animal byproducts and turning them into high-value foods can be, not surprisingly, very lucrative.
The CSI franchise makes it seem like detectives only need a few drops of blood, some saliva, or a strand of hair to close a murder investigation within 24 hours.
In 1952, Disney released the 7-minute cartoon "Applecore" featuring Donald Duck and Chip 'n Dale, the mischievous fast-talking chipmunks.
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We have a nice interview/contest today with someone you need to know about if you don't already.