The national animal of Scotland is the unicorn.
I've talked about homophones before, in the shape of dittograms. (If you don't know what a dittogram is, you really must spend a few minutes in the old post.
This is just too hard to resist posting about: the Japanese have invented an exploding piggy
Ever wonder what it would be like to drink in the great watering holes of yore? Find out with this history of barhopping.
The Top Ten Ugliest Animals.
by Adam Horowitz
I've been reading Peter Biskind's scrumptious chronicle of 1970s Hollywood, Easy Riders, Raging Bulls, and one thing I've learned is that even in that wonderfully libe
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Today's topic is business. Mangesh has drawn one company's logo on our whiteboard. How prescient are you?
Due to overwhelming demand, "best comments ever" is back, and "evar" is now spelled "ever." ("Evar!" is the excited Valley Girl pronunciation of "ever,&qu
'Feel Art Again' debuted in September and quickly became a reader favorite.
2spare has a list of the top 87 bad predictions about the future, serving as a sort of catalog for the short-sighted.
Coin and stamp collections are tired, didn't you know? What's wired in the world of collecting? I'll let you know by taking a look at a few categories over the next month or so.
According to Wikipedia, a flowchart is a "schematic representation of an algorithm or a process.
Google is everywhere, even at your gas station. Thousands of gas pumps will soon be able to give motorists directions.
Scientists Create Genetically Engineered Supermice.
The people behind the sunny pair of Hostel movies (the sequel being the movie I wish I'd never seen) claim inspiration from an urban legend that in some awful corners of the world, there exist se
With the holidays just a few months away, we're introducing a new feature where we sift through 6 years of print archives and give you a smattering of the best of the _floss.
Even if you've seen each episode 1,762 times, I Love Lucy fans still delight in "I didn't know that!" and "Did you notice that"¦?" moments.