Not gullible enough to buy the Brooklyn Bridge? How about the Eiffel Tower? You wouldn’t be the first. (Or the second.)
Nobel-winning economist on horse meat and dwarf-tossing – and they call it the dismal science.
Bored heiress + dollhouses = CSI
For the lawyers and/or Harry Potter fans out there, The Magic of the Law
Two nifty ways to make new technology the natural way – bacterial power cables and spider-silk computer chips
Pictures of kittens improve your concentration. Seriously.
Bored? Try an online jigsaw puzzle. (Sure, it misses some of the key joys of the real thing – like not finding a place for a piece because you’ve been holding it upside-down the whole time; mashing the little nubbin because you’re so convinced that THIS piece MUST fit HERE no matter what the laws of physics and geometry have to say about it; and everyone’s favorite, the missing piece – but it’s still pretty good.)
Paris vs. New York