Every film John Cazale appeared in was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Picture.
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.
I have seen the future of movie-going, and it is in three dimensions!
Geocaching is a sort of global treasure hunt based on GPS technology.
Boingboing just turned me on to this incredible site called Tesla Down Under.
My interest in musical oddities dates back to high school, when I spent an inordinate amount of time trying to invent an original instrument.
Cliff Notes on the Stevenote: highlights of Steve Jobs' speech at the Macworld Expo yesterday.
To reduce fuel consumption and help the environment, we should design cities for people instead
Time to wrap up a few outstanding giveaways and make some general announcements. Sounds fun,
Over at the Boston Globe today, there's an interesting story about the buzz surrounding "embodied cognition." As in, when squirming helps you solve that quadratic equation.
A series of
I recently read a story on Neatorama about a restaurant that's making customers sign a waiver before eating anything doused in their signature hot sauce made with savina peppers.
Ever since I was five, I've been pretty lukewarm on my middle name, Todd. It's not that I dislike the name, but it just never excited me (my apologies to all Todds out there).
Weekend Genius Challenge #15 lived up to its name, garnering some truly genius responses. As sometimes happens, we couldn't settle on a winner, or even two.
What movie ad would be complete without a breathlessly enthusiastic blurb from a critic you've never heard of?
We're working on a new feature for mentalfloss.com involving reader-submitted photos. To get things rolling, we're putting out a call for photos of the oldest thing you own.
Many late-nineteenth century artists became fascinated with Japanese woodblock prints and began producing works influenced by the Japanese art.