The dot of the letter "i" is called a tittle.
In addition to being a massive asset to journalists and eager members of the public, FOIA has also shed light on some of the weirder corners of America’s functioning democracy.
At the table, if two spoons are accidentally put down together, there will soon be a wedding in the family.
Here are a handful of Aesop’s most popular contributions which we still use today, along with a taste of the stories that spawned them.
This week's new comics include Death of Wolverine, The Wrenchies and more.
Here follows a selection of letterheads from a number of personages or organizations, famous and otherwise, taken from the phenomenal blog Letterheady, which is run by archivist Shaun Usher.
YouTube has become the depository for every lyric video, parody, and, apparently, copious amounts of shocking footage from dash-mounted cameras in Russia. But why?
When you cut your skin, your body knows exactly what to do in order to heal the pesky wound as fast as possible. Eventually, a brownish rust colored scab forms over the cut.
When texting and calling just won't do, there is Somebody™, the new app created by Miranda July and the New Museum.
In 1982, Chubby Checker recorded a song about Dig Dug, the classic Atari game.
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