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They may be closed, but museums around the world are staying connected with the public by sharing unusual items from their collections.
While your parents were snapping a photo of you covered in birthday cake, the Hubble was snapping one of a dust storm on Mars.
Clothespins, binder clips, and rubber bands all work in a pinch, but all you really need is the bag itself.
From virtual field trips to free workout classes, here are the best ways to stay busy while social distancing.
All you need is an instrument and a Fender Play account in order to claim three free months of online lessons.
Thanks to ‘Netflix Party,’ social distancing and self-quarantining don’t need to ruin your movie nights.
The viral images of brooms standing on their own are real, but the story that they can only balance like that on one day are false.
Library catalogs can be confusing, and Amazon’s one-click purchasing is hard to resist. This browser extension can help.
Paris Musées oversees some of the most famous art institutions in Paris, and it's making thousands of out-of-copyright works in its collection available online.
The 1995 Sandra Bullock film 'The Net' predicted we'd all be using high-speed Internet to get pizza. And kill things.
Podcasts came into their own and ushered in a new (old) era of entertainment during the 2010s. We select 11 of the best.
If you aren't too protective of your privacy, you can save money by staying at the Asahi Ryokan in Fukuoka, Japan. Nearly everything you do in the hotel's $1 room is livestreamed to YouTube.
The newest streaming service is having some early growing pains: Hackers have made off with a number of Disney+ accounts to share among themselves.
Take advantage of some chilly weather to stay indoors and complete a series of exciting online courses that will keep you warm and busy all season long.
No jagged edges or dripping blood for this Halloween font, but its poor kerning is a graphic design catastrophe.
Can you microwave Styrofoam, plastic, cardboard, or clothes? This site has the answers to all your microwave safety questions.
The internet can kill time, but it can also be an educational experience. These 10 courses will have you feeling smarter with a few clicks of the mouse.
From baking the best pizza crust to understanding Shakespeare, we've got the most fascinating online courses you can sign up for this month.
How do they spend those massive profits? The online retailing giant has a giant Ice Age cave bear skeleton in their Seattle offices.
Back in 1994, when the internet was still relatively uncharted territory, mundanity ruled the world wide web. And FogCam! ruled San Francisco State University.
The movie subscription service has endured bad press, and it's now got more coming. Tens of thousands of accounts were left unsecured on a server for anyone to see.