Randall Munroe draws a picture of our future using Google searches for the next 90 years. I doubt I’ll live to see Gillette’s 14-bladed razor.
Famous Objects from Classic Movies is an online game of hangman, suggested by the Very Short List last month, where you guess which movie contains the object on the screen.
Twenty-five years ago, I was leaving high school amidst a backdrop of big world events. Now, I’m trying to leave graduate school amidst a backdrop of similar world events. How different are we?
Eight-one years of social networking are summed up in 26 illustrations by Australian artist Adam Long, courtesy work commissioned by social analytics company PeopleBrowsr.
The Daily Urban Legend posts a new fake fact each day. Mix them in with the real news to test your information fluency.
I’m still stinging from a lousy iPhone photo captured from a moving car. Reliving the March 19 supermoon event is made much easier, however, with Flickr.
Ward Shelley has mapped the evolution of the science fiction genre, from our first days of fear and wonder to Wall*E.