Reed Hastings was inspired to start Netflix after a $40 late fee on a VHS copy of Apollo 13.
It's an all-new 5-day trivia hunt!
We're going Monday-Thursday this week because of the holiday week as co-puzzle Master Josh Halbur and I bring you the next How Did You Know?
Want to impress your friends with science? Okay, not so much "science" as cleverly constructed bar bets relying mostly on physics, human perception, and some chemistry?
Art takes many forms and uses a variety of media. A skilled artist can make a thing of beauty out of any available material, including dead animals.
Beware the power of Tuesday Test Time! Actually, it's just a bit of fun. Most will solve today's puzzle in well under five minutes (but hey, no pressure!).
Larry Marten wanted to build a coffin for his father as one last gift.
When the Civil War began, the Confederacy quickly found itself facing a pressing issue: fighting a protracted war is really, really expensive.
Well, the Royal Wedding is upon us.
Tonight's "Late Movies" is a mix of photos and videos, all of which owe their existence, in large part, to sounds.
“You can’t really pick how you’re going to be remembered,” Bobcat Goldthwait said last year on the WTF with Marc Maron podcast.
In this short video, Steven Sasson shows the original digital camera he invented at Kodak -- it's roughly the size of a toaster, has a (physically) huge memory card for temporary storage, and use
Update: These statistics appear to be from a 2003 survey conducted by a company called The Jenkins Group.
If you're familiar with Doctor Who, then you're most certainly also familiar with his mortal enemies, the Daleks.
A quick Google Images search for Abbey Road returns the iconic photograph of four Liverpool lads engaging in a famous stroll through a crosswalk of the London street.
As Miss Cellania revealed pre
Monday Math Square #71 is the challenge for today's mentalfloss.com Brain Game. Good luck!
The nine white squares inside the main red grid should be filled with the digits 1 through 9.
The 5 Biggest Backfires in the History of Disaster Relief.