A team from Utah State University won an Air Force competition by building a device to climb walls. Even cooler than winning is being able to use it and pretend you're Spider-Man!
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Marriage and the Art of Game Theory. If you view your relationship as a battle of wits and wills, a new book has some strategies for getting what you want.
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You can vote until Saturday in College Humor's tournament for the Best TV Dad ever. The voting procedure highlights how many TV series I managed to miss ever seeing.
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What's it like to be black on a predominantly white college campus? Dear White People is an independent feature film loosely based on director Justin Simien’s personal experience.
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10 Bizarre Schools Around The Country. If you've got the money, you can go to a school without books, without classes, or without rules.
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An autistic writer is tickled that the Community character Abed Nadir gets autism right. Everyone should have at least one person on TV to relate to.
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How many of the 30 Books Everyone Should Read Before Turning 30 have you read? A few weren't even written before I turned 30!
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Disney’s Folly: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. “No one will pay to see a dwarf picture.”
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Would you believe a Pakistani movie about Hitler's gangster son and his personal army of bears? You better, and it's available on YouTube.
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How did sticking your thumb out become the universal gesture for hitchhiking? Well, "universal" at least in the United States.
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What contains "a mock British countryside, a cricket team, 12 horses, three goats, two cows, and Sir Paul McCartney"? If you guessed the opening ceremonies of the London Olympics, you'd be right!
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The History of Utensils (Spork Included) It's easier to eat with them when you know how they came to be. I think.