There was a third Apple founder. Ronald Wayne sold his 10% stake for $800 in 1976.
The most famous abbey in England right now is not actually an abbey at all — it’s a castle.
In 1793, the French smashed the old clock in favor of French Revolutionary Time: a 10-hour day, with 100 minutes per hour, and 100 seconds per minute.
Researchers recently discovered a technique to help some paralyzed dogs walk again.
There's nothing a history geek likes more than saying, "Actually, everything you think you know about [insert historical event here] is wrong.
Samuel Silva, a.k.a. DeviantArt user VianaArts, has an exceptional eye for detail, especially when it comes to laying down lines with a ballpoint pen.
You haven’t truly seen a fireworks show until you’ve seen one in reverse.
How blind people use Instagram; "I've never had a camera before."
Want to get onto "The Price is R
These days it seems like everyone goes around declaring the "word of the year," but the tradition began with the American Dialect Society, which met last night in Boston for its 23rd annual
As I prepared an old mental_floss magazine article for the internet, I was struck by YouTube's "related videos" section.
Installment #51: On January 4, 1913, Count Alfred von Schlieffen, the architect of Germany’s plan of attack on France, died in bed of natural causes at the age of 79—thus missing, by just 19 months, t
The Trillion Dollar
Jim Cummings is the voice of Winnie the Pooh. He calls sick kids in hospitals and chats with them in character.
On Fridays, Jason posts a series of unrelated questions meant to spark conversation in the comments. Jason’s out today, so I’m filling in!
The western hemisphere of Mars, with the volcano Olympus Mons on the horizon.
Fictional characters, and even real-life folks, often talk about animals and people—particularly snarling dogs and knife-wielding lunatics—being able to “smell fear” on people.