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A Brief History of the Wiki—and Where It Might Be Going Next

Esther Bergdahl

Wikis, or user-edited websites, are older than you might think—in fact, they’re practically the elders of the online world.

Nature-Inspired Sculptures, Made From Recycled Materials

Kirstin Fawcett

Kate Kato's tiny sculptures pay homage to the natural world with paper, paint, and wire.

Inside Wichita's 'Blessing Box,' a Micro Food Pantry

Chris Higgins

It's like a Little Free Library, but for food.

These Animal-Themed Socks Pair Unlikely Friends

Rebecca OConnell

These charitable socks teach kids that we can all be friends.

Hubble Captures Incredible View of Galaxy-Sized Maser

David W Brown

Imagine a galactic-scale laser shooting a beam of microwaves across space.

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11 'Golden Girls' References Explained for Younger Viewers

Kara Kovalchik

For those of you who were too young to watch the show when it first aired, many of the topical references might be ancient history.

This Artist Creates Amazingly Intricate Embroideries of Insects

Shaunacy Ferro

Artist Humayrah Bint Altaf recreates the natural world in fabric.

This Phishing Scam Is Targeting Gmail Accounts by Posing as Your Contacts

Jay Serafino

Gmail users are reporting a phishing scam that comes masquerading as one of your contacts.

Watch How Zero Became a Number

Chris Higgins

Zero is an oddball number.

Grave Sightings: Levi Strauss, The Man Who Changed Fashion

Stacy Conradt

Pay your last respects to the man who forever altered the way we dress.

Zoos Are Tracking Elephant Fitness, and It's Improving the Animals' Health

Shaunacy Ferro

The Elephant Welfare Initiative makes sure captive elephants get enough exercise.

10 Facts About Benedict Arnold

Mark Mancini

That Arnold defected to the British army in 1780 is common knowledge.

NASA's 2016 Year in Review

Chris Higgins

It was a busy year in space...and on Earth.

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