Remember how riveted you were when your mother or father read you a bedtime story? Remember how much you looked forward to it? Well, stories are powerful – and not just to five-year-olds. We hear a lot
Lewis Carroll’s popular tales contain some hidden truths about the human brain that are still inspiring neuroscientists to this day. David Robson takes a leap down the rabbit hole. Lewis Carroll was remarkably
The greatest timepieces in the world come from Switzerland. And Amish country. On the corner of a nondescript block in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, is a bank, or what used to be a bank. Now it is the
Paris' most iconic monument goes green The Eiffel Tower’s iron-clad frame turned slightly greener last week, with the installation of two new wind turbines along its lower deck. Perched some 400 feet the
A South American getaway is just a click away Google likes taking their cameras to strange places, letting people explore viking ruins or walk under the aurora all from the comfort of their computers.
Knock knock. Who's there? Joe King. Joe King who? Joking like this used to be considered a sickness by some people. The knock-knock joke has been a staple of American humor since the early 20th century.
You can jazz up your garden in lots of ways: A bench; a tasteful birdbath; a storm-resistant lawn gnome. Or a bison that’s the size of an NBA player and is made of 45,143 Legos. Artist Sean Kenney’s solo
Apple's logo is a masterpiece of form. It's a refined, elegant shape that represents the computer brand without the need for words, and represents an expectation of quality. But, according to a UCLA study
Optimism provides a multitude of benefits across many facets of life. Researchers have linked looking on the bright side to everything from improved pain tolerance to increased longevity. There’s no denying