Google's founders were ready to sell to Excite for under $1 million in 1999. Excite turned them down.
It's Halloween all year long at Beetle House.
As a recurring feature, our team combs the Web and shares some amazing Amazon deals we’ve turned up. Here’s what caught our eye today, April 25.
Founded by two college athletes, BioMetrix is creating wearable technology that detects a body’s weak spots, then coaches the user on how to stay in the game.
“Peggy” also keeps track of the weather.
A few more spots that play it loose and free with the idea of clear boundaries.
For anyone who has ever wanted to eat cereal in ancient Egypt …
Some things you might not know about everyone's favorite flightless bird (sorry, emus).
When Walt Disney first arrived in California, he had a demo reel, no money, and few prospects.
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He had a degree in chemical engineering, popularized the word "doodle," and tried to steal another director's Oscar.
What stopped no-good varmints from crawling underneath the doors?
You've never seen aerial footage like this.
The guide was unceremoniously ditched by the agency in 1992, but thanks to a successful Kickstart campaign, it can now be yours.
Henry Petroski's new book, 'The Road Taken,' is a jaunty tour of America's transportation infrastructure.
Learn about everything from aspect ratio and film stock to the chemical makeup of a film strip.