How have the Brits decided to defend their sea-faring fleet in the Gulf of Arden and the Arabian Sea from Somali pirates? With a laser show of course.
By going green and dreaming big in an impoverished area of the sub-continent, the Prince of Wales may earn yet another title: Slumdog Millionheir.
“If music be the food of love, play on.” We can all quote Shakespeare on music, but is it possible to literally be on music?
Seems like trouble has found the Internet’s latest sensation.
Kepler 10-b, a new rocky Earth-like planet found by NASA, could be the missing link between Earth and the rest of the galaxy by being the first possible habitable planet found in the universe.
We’re overworked and underpaid, yet somehow, we’re okay with that.
Talk about vintage. Archeologists working in what is now southern Armenia have discovered the world’s oldest winery, and used biochemicals to identify a 6,000-year old dry red wine.
The taxman has never been a popular figure anywhere. But in the tiny Swiss village of Reconvilier, that functionary has assumed the even more detestable profile as the guy who’ll waste your dog if you don’t cough up what you owe.
Even though tea towels are back in the memorabilia fold, NewsFeed predicts that there will be a lot more people coveting the “unofficial” plates.
If you hail from northern California and you’re tweeting something “cool,” you’ll probably write “koo.” Angelenos and southern California natives prefer to tweet “coo.”
Not that today is any more generally significant than yesterday, two weeks ago or six months ago, but for those who get into binary dates, this marks one of a few rare days on their cool calendar.
Today, Jan. 11, 2011 marks …