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7 Tips for Keeping Your Man (from the 1950s)

Therese Oneill

Disturbing advice from the mid-20th century. It’s about to get real.

The Missing Links: The World's Hardest Logic Puzzles

Colin Patrick

The 10 Best Bottle Episodes of Your Favorite TV Shows

Jennifer M Wood

One location + no budget = some of television’s finest moments.

Disney Songwriting Legends Reflect on Their Careers

Stacy Conradt

Every Disney fan knows Richard Sherman and Alan Menken. Even non-fans can’t help but know their songs practically through osmosis.

Watch: One Year on Mars

Chris Higgins

How "Radiolab" is Made

Chris Higgins

Why Do Electrical Towers Have Different Colored Blinking Lights?

Kara Kovalchik

6 Creative Uses of Sentence Diagramming

Arika Okrent

The architecture of sentences can be a beautiful thing.

How to Sharpen a Knife

A sharp knife is undoubtedly the handiest tool you can slip into your pocket, but a dull one is a disaster waiting to happen.

Morning Cup of Links: Walter White versus Walt Whitman

Erik van Rheenen

5 Questions: "-ash"es to Ashes

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Muppet Movie Trailers

Chris Higgins

World War I Centennial: France Passes Three-Year Service Law

Erik Sass

August 7, 1913: France Passes Three-Year Service Law Beneath all the diplomatic maneuvering and bellicose blustering, Franco-German relations in the pre-war period were dominated by a single, inescapa

What does a Hamburger Grown from Stem Cells Taste Like?

The Week

One word: "Crunchy."

5 Computers From the Days Before Computers

Clay Wirestone

Everyone knows what a computer is, right? It's electronic, high-tech and digital. It's only existed for the last 50 or 60 years.