In 1865, six-year-old Teddy Roosevelt watched Abraham Lincoln’s funeral procession in NYC.
Children Given Mercury as Toy; Hazmat Crew Responds
The Salinas, California hazardous materials response team was called in after a doctor had found the children in the home had high mercury levels.
I tend to be behind when it comes to technology. For this, I blame my parents, who, in 1985, were the absolute last ones in the neighborhood to get cable (anyone remember Prism?).
The Macbook Air compared with four other slim laptops.
I'm going to go ahead and use of my personal quota (1) of cat posts. First off, this post is much indebted to Higgins' classic borrowed cat post. Secondly, I'm not a cat person.
Companies are always trying to sneak advertisements into our daily lives. Not surprisingly, advertising based games (or advergames) have been around almost as long as the video games themselves.
From the Library of Congress.
As a long-time Mac geek, I'm often called upon to help friends and family with Mac issues.
We're launching a new column next week. Think 'Feel Art Again,' but instead of focusing on famous paintings, the series will find fascinating facts about random foods.
In a similar vein as Tuesday's post, I've prepared for today a comparison of two great landscape artists: the British John Constable and the American Asher B. Durand.
Chimpanzees, along with gorillas and orangutans, are our closest relatives among all the animals on the planet. Chimps are intelligent, artistic, emotional, and so darn cute!
Some of you might recall a post of mine last summer wherein I admitted I worked as a spy for ASCAP.
Let the End Times Roll.
The results have been tallied from our fifth caption contest and we have our winner! Thanks to all who entered and all our finalists.
One of the major disappointments I suffered this week was realizing I'd never heard about "Hollywood is Calling"--the phone service where "you can have a real celebrity make a live
Recently, I found one of my co-workers glued to the Britney-cam live feed on CNN.com.