Homepage MF slider

Pages

THE KNOWLEDGE FEED

Pages

Before They Were Famous Authors

Questions:10
Available:Always
Pass rate:75 %
Backwards navigation:Forbidden
Before they make it big, writers have to pay the bills somehow. Can you guess what these famous scribes were doing before they were household names?

Recording Explosions for 'Star Wars'

Chris Higgins

7 Best Friends Who Shared Incredible Secrets

5 Questions: Five Easy Pieces

Questions:5
Available:Always
Pass rate:75 %
Backwards navigation:Forbidden

The Time the United States Tried to Buy Greenland

Mark Mancini

Had a Cold War sales pitch worked out differently, Greenland just might have become an American territory.

The Missing Links: The Best Coming-of-Age Films

Colin Patrick

Average Internet Speed by State

Alvin Ward

Where does your state rank?

A Brief History of the Road

the mag

From ancient mud bricks to salty beet juice, roads have a long, winding history—and a glowing future.

11 Electronic Musicians Who Are Collaborating With Their Fans in Unique Ways

Rebecca OConnell

Animal Kingdom Kleptos: 7 Species That Steal

Jeremy Gordon

Humanity, you’re not alone in harboring a criminal element.

9 Poems Penned by Presidents

Erin McCarthy

These presidents were more than just politicians—they also tried their hands at poetry.

Morning Cup of Links: Internet Activism Goes to Washington

Miss Cellania

Where Did The Ampersand Symbol Come From?

Hannah Keyser

Creating Voices for Chewbacca and R2-D2

Chris Higgins

Quiz: Hunger Games Character or Poisonous Plant?

Questions:10
Available:Always
Pass rate:75 %
Backwards navigation:Forbidden
It’s no secret that author Suzanne Collins drew some inspiration for character names from the greenhouse. Katniss, Primrose, and Hawthorne are all things you might find growing outside - though maybe not in District 12. Are you enough of a Hunger Games fan to separate fact from fiction? May the odds be ever in your favor.

Pages