There was a third Apple founder. Ronald Wayne sold his 10% stake for $800 in 1976.
Just what are those massive tusks for, anyway?
These –ty coinages have a slangy, modern ring to them but English speakers have actually been trying to make –ty happen for centuries.
Trying to add a bit of class to your 21st-century fashion sense? Here are some dandy pointers from Britain’s Victorian period
After realizing that there are a lot of taphophiles (cemetery and/or tombstone enthusiasts) out there, I’m finally putting my archive of interesting tombstones to good use.
Who is Paul Langerhans, and how did his islets wind up in your pancreas?
If you can get over the whole spitting thing, camels are pretty cute—at least until they open up their mouths
The "funny bone" is neither funny (when you whack it on the edge of a piece of furniture), nor a bone (whether you whack it or not).
Along with serving as the names of two villainous eels in Disney's animated classic The Little Mermaid, the phrase “flotsam and jetsam” is often used to describe the floating debris found in the
Ever wonder what would happen if you put powder on a subwoofer and turned up the bass? Well, wonder no more: In The Essence of Sound, director Susi Sie did just that.