Cleaning yourself up might be a reliable pick-me-up — but it's no miracle cure for bigger issues, like the internet would have you believe.
Rivers Cuomo opened the door to his home in Santa Monica and said he had something to show me.
"How It's Made" details the careful work that goes into making lenticular cups.
Why do what everyone is already doing when you can make a big splash?
An accurate assessment of what it's like trying to make it in the world as a poet.
Breaking out of prison usually would mean a sentencing of ten additional years in the US, but in countries like Germany, Mexico and Belgium, that is not the case.
I got into Mensa as mostly a joke last summer and wrote a dumb column about it, only to be retaliated against in an unmoderated official Mensa forum where I was threatened several times.
A few days into the new year, someone asked me, as a kind of puzzle: "What is a hole?" Right now, your brain is protecting you; human brains are poor multitaskers and since yours is occupied with reading, you haven't yet had time to sit back and consider the question that has blown across the fecund wasteland of my thoughts nearly every day of 2019.
The big dollop you see on the toothpaste commercials is way (WAY!) too much.
Everyone knows you should never stick metal into an outlet, which is why this is so clever.
The adventurous pilot, commander "Deluvian Reyes Cruz," zoomed off the edge of the galactic disc in an attempt to set a new record and become the person who has travelled the furthest distance from Sol.
No collisions? No collisions.
There's an extremely common design trend that may have slipped by right under your nose, slowly taking over seemingly ever new car on the road, one by one.
You know you're not supposed to drive on the shoulder of the highway. Oh, and you're also not supposed to drive the opposite way.
Guess getaway vehicles really do come in all shapes and sizes.
The mental space feels different when you work with paper. It is quieter. A momentum builds up, a spell between page and hand and eye.
Twice a Martian day, at around local 7am and 7pm, there are hiccups in what otherwise should be a smooth rise and fall in surface pressures.
This long, in-depth feature from speedrunning expert Summoning Salt will have you glued to the screen. That is, as long as you haven't already donned your blindfold.
Claims that insects will disappear within a century are absurd, but the reality isn't reassuring either.
I can’t stand cucumbers, but I’m ready to change if I can.
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