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The keen retro wall clock I bought in January is back on sale on Amazon for $7.50. It's worked like a champ and I haven't... [Read More]
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Stonehenge has been stuck in my head like an ice pick during every summer solstice for as far back as I can remember. I'm a... [Read More]
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You can file this one under 'no shit': according to a report published in the esteemed medical journal, The Lancet, a team of medical researchers... [Read More]
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An internal document shows the U.S. Navy has developed a plan to construct massive tent cities capable of holding tens of thousands of immigration detainees... [Read More]
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Paul McCartney took a very lucky James Corden on a terrific car tour of Liverpool, they sang Beatles songs, checked out Paul's old haunts (including... [Read More]
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From Epicurious: "Epicurious challenges coffee expert Dillon Edwards to guess which coffee is more expensive. Edwards breaks down roasts (dark roast vs light roast), processing,... [Read More]
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Nineteen-year-old Cedella Roman, a French citizen staying in Canada, was jogging in White Rock, B.C. when she was stopped by two U.S. border patrol officers.... [Read More]
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MTV is reviving two of the greatest shows to ever appear on the channel: Daria and Aeon Flux. The latter will be a live action... [Read More]
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Last month, three gentlemen were arrested in Lebanon, Maine for trying to steal a 25-foot-long shed from a foreclosed property. They had tied the shed... [Read More]
In 1992, University of Melbourne researchers TT Lim and TB Nickels wrote a scientific paper titled "Instability and reconnection in the head-on collision of two... [Read More]
A team at MIT's Department of Mechanical Engineering and Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering have created a set of foldable, 3D printed robots that... [Read More]
The Supreme Court has ruled in the closely watched Carpenter v. United States case, which questioned the constitutionality of warrantless location surveillance, a widespread practice... [Read More]
"On Monday, April 20, 2015, I opened a new spreadsheet on my laptop," writes Laura Vanderkam for Fast Company. I put the days of the... [Read More]
Stranger Things special effects producers Paul and Christina Graff explain the season two VFX of the Upside Down, the demodog Dart, and that shadowy motherfucker... [Read More]
In this Washington Post video, Karen Attiah shows that America has a long history of doing terrible things to families of migrants, Native Americans, slaves,... [Read More]
Projects big and small always go smoother when the whole team is collaborating, but members tend to get lost once the conference call ends. Timelinr... [Read More]
Atlas Obscura just added an interesting new section on strange and wondrous foods, like salt-rising bread leavened with bacteria that cause gas gangene. (more…) [Read More]
One. It's weird to think that if he got struck by lightning a couple of feet short of the top, and you were... [Read More]
Wayne Easton braved the elements to capture an interesting natural phenomenon: the Mahlongwa River in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa breaching its bank and cutting a channel... [Read More]
Many people have equated Stewart Brand to the mythical "World's Most Interesting Man," who was featured for years in those Dos Equis commercials. Enough people... [Read More]
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