They say honey badger doesn't give a fuck -- well, honey badger has nothing on Oscar the short-haired pointer.
Someone has created a map with a dot for every single person living in the U.S. and Canada. You might not see yourself on it, but trust us, you're there.
Sounds weird, maybe, but such biocomposites could be the future of snowboarding -- and maybe the future of cars too.
This apartment is so beautiful I had to throw my couch out the window and cry.
A cute new machine recycles plastic into filament for 3D printers. You should get one. When they actually are available, which will happen, uh, soon.
The "I Love Drilling Juice and Smoothie Bar" charges liberals a dollar extra, though it seems doubtful many will show up.
Scientists have come up with a way to make you useful. They can harness your body heat to power devices. No, you're not going to get paid.
Good for you? Check. Good for the planet? Check. But how to keep from falling off the meat wagon? Our carnivorous author commences an experiment in provisional vegetarianism.
Stephen Hawking has joined the Cambridge Project for Existential Risk, a group that tries to outsmart our eventual destruction at the hands of forces we are not imaginative enough to even anticipate.
We've devised the world's shortest survey to find out what kind of actions our readers are taking. You know you want to.