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Flight safety-esque beer pong guide

It's Friday. You might need this vintage-looking guide on how to play beer pong by Mel Marcelo. Remember not to use a lawnmower, a skull,…

State of Wikipedia, 10 years later

In their most recent video (below) to their "State of..." series, JESS3 takes a look at the State of Wikipedia: The State of Wikipedia not…

How Starbucks’ new Trenta compares to your stomach

Starbucks recently announced their next size up from 591-milliliter Venti: the Trenta. It's 916 milliliters, which happens to be slightly more than the average capacity…

In investing, timing is everything

When you invest in stocks, it's not just what you invest in, but also when you put the money in and when you get it…

7 billion people in motion graphics

National Geographic argues a need for balance across the world population in the latest motion graphic video. As is usually the case with these, the…

The real Inception flowchart by Nolan

Inception was a complex film, so there was understandably some confusion over the levels and who was where. A couple of flowcharts tried to explain,…

Comparison of the largest stars

You've most likely seen a couple of views of the universe to provide a sense of scale. Main point: you're tiny. Here's another video. This…

College football coaches’ ballots

Brett Coffman and Juan Thomassie for USA Today have a look at how college coaches from the top 25 teams ranked other teams. You can…

Axes of peeing in public

You might think this is a joke, but this is serious business. From Laura Noren, a PhD candidate in sociology, the axes of public peeing:…

Relationships on the Bold and the Beautiful explained

I don't get soap operas. People get married, divorced, evil twins show up, babies are born, people are shot, and every now and then someone…

What generation do you belong to?

In this interactive, USA Today guesses your age, based on what influenced you as a teenager: The year you were born partly determines what generation…

You fix the budget puzzle

Not pleased with how the government is handling the budget and deficit? Fine. You fix it. The New York Times provides a budget puzzle: Today,…

The Election on Twitter

In what seems to have become an expectation during all major events, a Twitter tracker from the New York Times shows you what candidates are…

Animated graphic on why you should shut off your work computer

Millions of people leave their work computer on every day, thus wasting lots and lots of energy through the night when no one is there.…

Explanation of current economic slump

Neil Irwin and Alicia Parlapiano of The Washington Post report with this interactive graphic on why it doesn't feel like we're in a recovery: The…

Make your vote count with VoteEasy

Do you know who you'll be voting for this year? It can be tough deciding with all of the different issues and candidates. The commercials…

Charted history of airline mergers

Airlines have been merging, going out of business, and growing since forever. Karl Russell for The New York Times shows just how much change there's…

Who gets what if tax cuts are extended

There are some major tax decisions to be made soon, and they'll affect you differently, depending on what bracket you're in. Bill Marsh of The…

Bore hole for Chilean miners

As most of you know, there are 33 Chilean miners trapped 2,230 feet underground. That's about two Eifel Towers, and it's going to be a…

Electronic Medical Records by the numbers

In 2009, legislation mandated that doctors make use of electronic medical records by 2013 to help make the healthcare process run smoother and more efficiently.…

Illustration of ideas and concepts

In a different take on the infographic, RSA Animate illustrates the ideas and concepts proposed by invited speakers at RSA lectures. A recorded audio version…

How tax breaks could affect your bottom line

Wilson Andrews and Alicia Parlapiano report for The Washington Post on how the fight over tax breaks affects your bottom line: Tax cuts enacted under…