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Glasses-Free 3D Movies Could Be Coming to a Theater Near You

Michele Debczak

Same in-your-face images, none of the eyewear.

Morning Cup of Links: Supervolcanoes

Miss Cellania

Get your hot links right here!

The 13 Most Interesting Comics of July

Rich Barrett

Each month, we’ll round up the most interesting comics, graphic novels, manga, webcomics, digital comics and comic-related Kickstarters that we think you should check out.

A Device That Lets You Drag Your Suitcase Using Your Butt

Kirstin Fawcett

As you walk between flight gates, the bag trails behind you, freeing your hands for more important things.

5 Questions: Up and Down

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Watch This Stylish Supercut of the Greatest T-Shirts in Movies

Anna Green

Travis Greenwood has created a stylish supercut of some of the greatest t-shirts in film.

Want to Motivate Yourself to Change? Ask Yourself, ‘Will I?’

Shaunacy Ferro

If you want to change your habits, interrogate—don't instruct—yourself.

12 World War II Diaries You Can Read

Claire Cock-Starkey

Many important diaries kept by political leaders and ordinary people during World War II have been digitized or otherwise preserved.

WWI Centennial: Battle of Pozières, Romania Agrees to Join Allies

Erik Sass

Erik Sass is covering the events of the war exactly 100 years after they happened.

The Later-Day Lives of 8 Fad Inventors

Nick Keppler

Whatever happened to the guy who invented the Slinky?

Listen to Sir David Attenborough Narrate Pokemon Go

Michele Debczak

This is the nature documentary you didn't know you needed.

Scientists Discover That Lichens Are Symbiotic Threesomes

Kate Horowitz

We've misunderstood them for well over a century.

Say Goodbye to Clogged Toilets With This Poo-Emoji Plunger

Kirstin Fawcett

Traditional plumbing meets the digital age.

10 Sentient Facts About ‘Maximum Overdrive’

Jennifer M Wood

Stephen King’s only directorial effort, which was derided by critics—and King himself—has since developed a devoted fan base.

The Next Green Fuel Might Be Growing in Your Yard

Kate Horowitz

Scientists have found a simple way to get hydrogen out of fescue grass.

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