Duke University has a digital archive of over 100 travel diaries written by British and American women.
Not to be outdone, Ray Bradbury has 12.
The creator of Dracula died broke. There is also some dispute over what killed him.
Here’s an original way to reduce cognitive biases. And don’t we all want to reduce cognitive biases?
“I visited the Jenolon Caves in Australia, and in some of the caves they have self-guided tours where you pick up a headset and get descriptions of what you’re looking at. Since this is a big tourist destination they offer these in many languages. One of which is Klingon. I was startled when I saw that – I do wonder how many people choose to take the Klingon tour. But that has now become my ambition, to have the Dothraki language added to that, so we have equality with the damn Klingons.”
John Peel’s record collection, digitized. Starting with “A,” appropriately enough.
Behind the scenes at the auditions to find Sean Connery’s replacement as James Bond.
Now that a remake of Total Recall is about to open, look at some concept art from the time when David Cronenberg was set to direct the original film, before it ended up in Paul Verhoeven’s hands.
So — what would happen if you stuck your hand into the Large Hadron Collider? Well, you wouldn’t turn into Dr. Manhattan, that’s for sure.