In case you missed it, the President of the United States called Haiti, El Salvador, and African countries "shitholes,"
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Yale history professor Timothy Snyder took to Facebook to share some lessons from 20th century about how to protect our liberal de
Edward Snowden and Bunnie Huang are working on a system to help smartphone users determine whether their phones can be tracked.
The Auralnauts are back with their expertly made revisions of Star Wars movies (see also Star Wars Episode II: The Friend Zone)
What compels people to do things? Especially things that don't make sense to other people? Bruce Zaccagnino has, by himself over
Kurzgesagt gives us a short tour of human history, from the six different species of human that existed 100,000 years ago to the
Tesla has two cars, the S60 and the S75, that are physically more or less identical, but one costs $8500 more than the other. The
Luc Bergeron's Space Story is a mashup of more than 20 movies that take place in space, from Alien to Apollo 13 to 2001 to Star
Blake Ross is 30 years old and he just learned something about everyone else in the world: people can visualize things in their mi