We love Britney because she was—and remains, for many of us anyway—a symbol of our youth.
"Jar Jar is the key to all this"
Coolio's part of it
The National Park Service turns 100 today! Here's how it got started and why we keep it going.
This is why we can't have nice things. Looking to catch a rare water Pokémon? Your chances just got slimmer—and you can thank potential Team Rocket conspirator Mayor John Tory for that. The mayor’s call to reduce the number of Pokéstops...Show More Summary
Mosquitoes are one of my favorite venomous animals. These natural phlebotomists have efficient venoms which allow them to effortlessly violate our most precious tissue—our blood—while manipulating our immune system to remain under the radar. Show More Summary
Jessa Duggar Seewald and her husband Ben are expecting their second child, and many Duggar fans have just one question: Will kid number two (and counting) also be burdened with a bizarre name? As People reports, Jessa and Ben began discussing names for their second child immediately after they saddled Jessa’s first tater tot, Spurgeon... Show More Summary
1. My two (or is it now three?) year love affair with softtop surfboards is starting to feel like the proverbial rake hidden in the grass; the mythical banana on the sidewalk. The Inertia reports that Bloomberg reports that Costco reports that sales of Wavestorms are at an all time high. Show More Summary
::vtol:: is back with his latest human-computer interface.
1. "The Internet Isn't Making Us Dumber—It's Making Us More 'Meta-Ignorant'": New York Magazine's William Poundstone makes his case for how the Dunning-Kruger Effect explains our modern day ignorance. “There is now an active field of research into how the internet is changing what we learn and remember. Show More Summary
Accessibility enhancements releasing this quarter to Office 365 customers bring us closer to our goals of ensuring that people with disabilities can communicate, consume and create content on any device and that everyone can easily create content that is accessible for all people. Show More Summary
Anatomy of the Ankle The ankle joint is made up of three bones: the tibia, the fibula, and the talus. The tibia is the major bone of the lower leg which bears the majority of the body's weight. At the ankle, the inside bump of the tibia forms the medial malleolus. Show More Summary
Making yourself a lunch to bring to work has many benefits. It's cheaper than buying an overpriced chopped salad, and often the food you make yourself is much healthier than what you'll get in cafes or fast food chains. Plus, it's a great way to subtly one-up your coworkers. Show More Summary
Vendramin previously spent almost a decade with McCann New York.
From smartphones to webcams, technology could help us understand — and appreciate — parks in the coming century.
NEW NONPARTISAN POLL SHOWS LGBTQ EQUALITY IS A WINNING MESSAGE IN NOVEMBER: This morning, national survey results released by the nonpartisan Public Religion Research Institute underscored what Donald Trump, Mike Pence and NC Governor Pat McCrory are struggling to grasp: A clear majority of Americans support LGBTQ equality. Show More Summary
Onscreen portrayals of breastfeeding tend to range widely, from relatable plot points to educational moments to problematic scenes that sexualize and mock the act of a mother feeding her child. This nursing scene from the beloved kids’...Show More Summary
Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko believes his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin wants to return to Ukraine to the “Russian Empire,” he told CNN in an interview on Wednesday. Poroshenko, who was due to meet Putin along with the leaders...Show More Summary
Explore.org has a very relaxing live feed of bears feeding on salmon at Brooks Falls in Katmai National Park, Alaska. At night, they run a highlight reel. Great for having on as you work. (more…)
Seemingly everyone had a bone to pick with NBC’s Olympic coverage this year. While we could rehash all the various controversies and criticisms once again (you can view a few here, here, and here in case you really want a refresher) we’ve decided to be constructive today. Show More Summary