Mark Twain said, “In a good bookroom you feel in some mysterious way that you are absorbing the wisdom contained in all the books through your skin, without even opening them.” Mark Twain would have lost his mind if he saw these places.
Tim Tadder’s photography has brought us the liquid hairstyles and hats of our dreams. And they only last for .01 of a second.
NASA has captured perhaps the most beautiful footage of the sun ever recorded.
These photos will make you move to the woods and become a chillwave druid.
Stop taking selfies on your smartphone and appreciate some history!
You could try to sort out generations and generations of noble blood lines, or just take our quiz.
The internet is growing up, one crappy tattoo at a time.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been sending letters of thanks to royal baby well-wishers.
Four Canadian film students were assigned a project: Create a YouTube hoax video that gets 100,000 views. They got nearly 42 million instead. Here’s the definitive behind-the-meme look at how — and why — their homework snowballed into one of the most popular and rapidly spread videos ever.
It’s so good, she must be a witch of some kind.
Some prime examples of map porn for all my fellow amateur cartographers to get lost in. Get it?
Dorothy Gambrell of Psychology Today put together this map of the number-one places where missed connections occur by state. It’s very telling and also pretty hilarious.
Don’t be jealous. The worst part about moving away from Cincy is leaving behind this regional feast.
The Academy Awards might be boring, but your snack situation won’t be.
Now with 100% more bangs.
I think I need to get my eyes checked or something. I’m having some difficulty telling these things apart.
Tyler Feder is an talented up-and-coming illustrator that posts many of her drawings on her Tumblr. Here’s a collection of some of my favorites.
A tour of the world, as seen through Google’s Project Glass. With actual footage.