A 1995 Newsweek editorial explains why shopping on the internet will never take off, websites will never influence elections, and newspapers are safe. Then of course people studied these drawbacks and made a ton of money finding ways around them.
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Frank Zappa appeared on ‘What’s My Line?’ in 1971. It's all over when he was asked if he had a mustache.
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Seven graduates of the Bronx High School of Science went on to win the Nobel Prize in Physics. The schools resources varied over the years, but consistently instilled a love for learning.
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A Brief History of Bugs Bunny. The story of how he went from "Daffy Duck in a rabbit suit" to our most beloved Oscar-winning American rabbit.
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Steve Martin wrote a hymn for atheists. Rendered in four-part harmony by the Steep Canyon Rangers.
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The McGurk effect is a perceptual illusion that helps us hear by seeing. Run the video again without looking at it and it all sounds different.
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7 Things You Didn’t Know About Paragliding. Most of which you should learn before you ever try it yourself.