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7 Insights on Writing from Nobel Prize Winner Alice Munro

The Week

10 People Who Hated Their Own Biopics

Jennifer M Wood

While it might seem fun to be the subject of a feature film, not every person-turned-character has loved their movies.

Weekend Links: Less-Than-Amazing “Facts”

Roma Panganiban

Morning Cup of Links: Air Force Band Flash Mob

Miss Cellania

11 Popples From Your Childhood You Need to Remember Right Now

Kate Erbland

Even amidst the seemingly never-ending parade of '80s paraphernalia, some properties have been forgotten—like the transformative charms of the Popples.

11 Bloody Facts About Vampire Bats

Matt Soniak

Bats are firmly rooted in Western vampire lore, but only three species, out of some 1100 in the order Chiroptera, actually have a taste for blood.

11 Ways the Government Shutdown Affects Science

Matt Soniak

Time, money, and effort are being wasted and the world will be a worse place for it. Here are some ways scientists have been hit by the shutdown.

11 Movie Characters Without Names

Jennifer M Wood

Memorable protagonists who shall remain nameless.

The Missing Links: The Science of Smooching

Colin Patrick

11 Comics From the Comic Strip Switcheroo of 1997

Colin Patrick

On April 1, 1997, 46 cartoon artists swapped comics for the day. Here are the results.

Adobe Marketing Cloud Deciphers Those Clicks [Sponsored]

Making sense of raw data is a crucial, but often overlooked, part of the marketing mix.

11 Odd Hybrid Fruits and Vegetables

Chris Stokel-Walker

A UK-based horticulturist company has developed the TomTato—a plant that can produce both tomatoes and potatoes on the same stem. But the plant is not a true hybrid.

The First Words of 11 Famous People

Arika Okrent

Since no one can predict how famous a baby might turn out to be, the first words of the famous are often left unrecorded. But that doesn’t mean they are always lost to history.

6 Reasons Today is International Day of the Girl

Chris Higgins

Brain Game: I (Oh!) U

Sandy Wood

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