Science & Technology

  1. 7 Obsolete Tech Devices You’ll Only Find in the Dictionary

  2. Deciduous: Visual Word of the Day

    Pine and fir trees kept their green while their deciduous brothers were a riot of color. — Crickett Starr, Violet Among the Roses Learn more about this Word of the Day here.

  3. Baby, Talk Scientific To Me: Sexy Talk We All Could Be Using

    Dirty talk doesn't have to be simple. These scintillating words will give you the perfect in with any lover of science.

  4. Yuo’re Albe to Raed Tihs – But Only Up To A Point

    Remember that word-scrambled email that’s (re)circulated through virtually everyone’s inbox at some point between 2003 and now? Here’s a reminder: Aoccdrnig to a rscheearch at Cmabrigde Uinervtisy, it deosn’t mttaer in waht oredr the ltteers in a wrod are, the olny iprmoetnt tihng is taht the frist and lsat ltteer be at the rghit pclae. The rset can be a toatl mses and you can …

  5. Netiquette: The Internet Rules You Should Know

  6. What’s Net Neutrality?

    You may have heard the term net neutrality in the news lately. Net neutrality is the idea that the relationship between you and content on the internet shouldn’t be altered by internet service providers—that ISPs should provide nondiscriminatory access to internet content, without manipulating the transfer of data. Check out these other net-neutrality resources: 7 Quotes That Perfectly Explain Why Net Neutrality is Important Dictionary’s definition of net …

  7. Behold, Spider-Man’s Terrifying Cousins

    Arachnophobics beware: Spider-Man's cousins aren't nearly as attractive. (Except for the last one - he's adorable.)

  8. 7 Shocking Cyber Scams

  9. 7 Quotes That Perfectly Explain Why Net Neutrality is Important

  10. What Are We Gonna Call Self-Driving Cars If “Automobile” Is Already Taken?

    We’ve reached the era of the self-driving car! Congratulations, us. Ford, General Motors, and Volkswagen are all in the autonomous driving game, along with many up-and-comers. Waymo (a division of Alphabet, Google’s holding company) describes theirs as “a safer car for everyone.” In a way, it’s shaky ground we’re standing on. One, because we’re standing on a foundation of dated perceptions of the future, and …

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