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Take Free Online Courses at Hogwarts: Charms, Potions, Defense Against the Dark Arts & More

A group of dedicated Harry Potter fans have created a new educational website called Hogwarts is Here. The site is free -- you only have to spend …

Morning showers will never be the same with this psychedelic shower head

Psychedelia

David Lynch's hair versus Famous Art

How gorgeous is this ladybug bejeweled with dew? Image by Alejandro Ferrer Ruiz.

Canadian Pizza Chain Announces Possible Plans to Add Pizza Cake To Menu With ‘Pizza Game Changers’ Campaign

Canadian-based Boston Pizza has taken to social media to help them find new and unique ways of serving pizza. Known as “Pizza Game Changers“, the …

Movie Posters are Perfect for a Wedding

Image: Andres Martinez/Studio Rigby<p>Here's looking at you(r) wedding invite and posters, kids!<p>A couple's wedding is the time of their life when they …

Meet Marutaro, The Cutest Hedgehog in the World

This is <b>Marutaro</b>, a hedgehog in Japan. He has 42,300 followers on Twitter, or roughly 172 times as many as I do. But that's my fault for not being as …

Uruguay to make medical marijuana available to prisoners

Any inmates who have been prescribed marijuana to improve their physical or mental health will have access to it according to the country's drug tsar<p>Prisoners in the jails of Uruguay will be able to use marijuana if a doctor says it will benefit their health.<p>Uruguay's drug tsar Julio Calzada told …

Cannabis

How NOT To Behave In 12 Countries Around The World

After this year's horrible winter, the spring travel bug should be biting with a vengeance. But as you plan your getaways, try not to become the stereotypical "Ugly American."<p>A new Quora thread addresses the issue of travel etiquette, asking people around the world what tourists should absolutely …

Queen Elizabeth II

The World's Weirdest Hotels

When it comes to hotels, we at Condé Nast Traveler like them luxurious and beautiful. But sometimes, you just want something a little different. From hotels shaped like donuts to capsules jutting from the edge of a cliff, these are the world's most weird and wonderful</i> …

Things I Would Wish Upon My Enemies

When reading <b>the latest from Doghouse Diaries</b>, I couldn’t help but think of the Little Jimmy Dickens song…<p>May the bird of paradise fly up your nose<br>May …

Picture of the Day: The Odd Couple

Photograph by <b>LASSI RAUTIAINEN/WILD FINLAND</b> <br>Website | Wild Finland on Facebook | Lassi Rautiainen on Facebook<p>In this remarkable capture by Lassi …

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If you don’t have video in your content mix, you’re missing out. It’s simpler to make than ever, ...<p>November 1, 2017<p>Want to know how to make …

The dress that turns see-through when you're turned on

Meet INTIMACY 2.0: a couture dress that's so high-tech it lets other people know when you're turned on. As in, it turns more or less transparent when it detects arousal. Conceived by an international design firm called Studio Roosegaarde, the dress come in two styles, Intimacy White and Intimacy …

Heart Rates

53 Quotes That Will Make You Rethink Everything

1. “Everything you can imagine is real.” ― <b>Pablo Picasso</b><p>2. “I wanted a perfect ending. Now I’ve learned, the hard way, that some poems don’t rhyme, …

Lisel Mueller, from "Imaginary Paintings." #Poetry in issue 124.

Download 15,000+ Free Golden Age Comics from the Digital Comic Museum

The Digital Comic Museum offers free access to hundreds of pre-1959 comic books, uploaded by users who often offer historical research and commentary …

Graphic Novels

A Beaker-Shaped Tea Infuser for Making Deliciously Scientific Beverages

Nerdy online retailer ThinkGeek offers a Beaker Tea Infuser, a beaker-shaped glass that can infuse water with tea, spices, or fruit. The beaker …

Minutely Detailed Miniature Clockwork Sculptures

Nobody will accuse artist Susan Beatrice of wasting her time when she creates these adorable deconstructed timepiece artworks, because even though …

16 Differences Between Successful and Unsuccessful People

A few weeks ago, Dave Kerpen of Likeable Local received a postcard about successful vs unsuccessful people from a fellow entrepreneur Andy Bailey, …

Three-year-old Dancer

(YouTube link)<p>Zhang Junhao is three years old. He is probably the youngest contestant you’ve ever seen in a TV talent show. On the show <i>Awesome …

The real secret to making it as a writer: Be fabulously wealthy before you even start

The sad fact of literary life is that it overwhelmingly rewards people with privilege. So much for diversity!<p>In a recent Salon article, Noah Berlatsky argued that to be a successful writer, while one might need “work ethic, knowledge, skill, perseverance... none of them is as important as the one, …

An Attempt to Discover the Laws of Literature

Should literary criticism be an art or a science? A surprising amount depends on the answer to that question. If you’re an English major, what should you study: the idiosyncratic group of writers who happen to interest you (art), or literary history and theory (science)? If you’re an English …

Literature

'English Is Crazy' Poem Proves The English Language Makes No Sense Whatsoever (VIDEO)

Seriously, what is with the English language? Why is the plural of box boxes, but the plural of ox oxen? It makes no sense, people!<p>ASAP Thought's poem "English is Crazy" helps us break down all the ways English is well, insane. Grammar rules can be inconsistent, spelling nonsensical and don't get …

Language

It Was Once 'Somewhat Common' to Bind Books With Human Skin

There's even an official name for it: anthropodermic bibliopegy.<p>You think Twitter is weird? Look at early print culture and the practice of what book historians call anthropodermic bibliopegy. That would be <i>binding books in human skin</i>.<p>And while I now find the notion grotesque, the me of the 17th or …

Pets