Liverwort isn’t much to look at. These low-to-the-ground plant species creep along unobtrusively enough, spanning their hand-like fronds over rocks and logs alike. But there’s a secret side to some of
If you haven’t heard, universities around the world are offering their courses online for free (or at least partially free). These courses are collectively called MOOCs or Massive Open Online Courses.
Every month, NPR Music asks DJs from public radio stations across the country: What song can you not get out of your head? And each time, we end up with a collection of new tunes and local favorites that's
Police say the guy was under the influence of drugs when he took the tank-like monstrosity for a 60-mile joyride through Richmond, Virginia. In the latest case of life imitating Grand Theft Auto, police
A simple tombstone marks the grave of the lone American buried in the vast Naval Cemetery in Vladivostok overlooking Russia's Pacific coast. The words "Secretary H. B. Emmez, American YMCA" are carved
Author Eileen Ormsby immersed herself in the drug markets and murder sites of the dark web. Quite quickly she found herself meeting its key players. This article originally appeared on VICE UK. Last month,
“Somewhere at Google there is a database containing 25 million books and nobody is allowed to read them.” You were going to get one-click access to the full text of nearly every book that’s ever been Books
Affiliate marketing is simple, but it's not easy. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. As a young man, I learned how to make money online, initially to pay off my mother’s debt.
Or at the pool, or at a restaurant, or... Sure, you can take some trashy lit to the beach with you, but wouldn't you rather impress your fellow sunbathers with some quality reading? Feed your brain while
(CNN) — They're not slumped over in alleyways with used needles by their sides. Their dignity, at least from outside appearances, remains intact. They haven't lost everything while chasing an insatiable
Researchers at Dartmouth University have found that a 3D printed shape covered in aluminum foil can improve wireless range and increase Wi-Fi security. The project, which appeared on Eurekalert, involves