The New Yorker has a really cool interactive visual showing movements of folks using Citibikes through the months of June/July.
Here is a pretty fantastic article about the social centerpiece of growing up in the late 1970′s and 1980′s – the video game arcade.
After what happened in Connecticut last week, I find it pretty interesting that many of the politicians who are gun advocates and pro-gun associations have been awfully quiet over the past few days: The National Rifle Association has been largely silent since the shootings on Friday morning.
Boston is well known for it’s distinctive neighborhood residents and the sheer insanity in which the streets in that city are laid out.
Folks who live along the border (I mean, literally ON the border) of North Carolina and South Carolina are running into some issues because the states are re-calibrating the exact location of their shared border.
A couple in Manchester, England had a surprise guest visit their wedding – The Queen of England and Prince Phillip.
Target’s customer targeting is so spot on that it was able to determine that a girl in high school was pregnant before her dad did: An angry man went into a Target outside of Minneapolis, demanding to talk to a manager: My daughter got this in the mail!” he said.
The process that the Nobel Prize committee goes through in evaluating candidates for their renowned awards has always been a bit of a black hole.