The QWERTY keyboard is nearly ubiquitous among English language keyboards. But it wasn’t the first or only arrangement developed.
If you’re new to the crazy world of Egyptian mythology, these are the 7 ancient Egyptian gods you should know about.
Coming December: a biweekly column charting the history and modern landscape of the increasingly dangerous fake news industry.
Welcome to Japan, where you can go to a cuddle cafe and pay to sleep next to someone for an hour.
Native Land Digital is an interactive map of ancestral territory and native land rights around the world. Use it to learn more and become a better ally to Indigenous people.
Coined by feminist author Adrienne Rich, compulsory heterosexuality or comphet describes the pressure to conform to gender and sexuality norms. Here are the quiet ways comphet harms quer women.
The once wildly popular book series is now 25 years old. Here’s what Animorphs taught kids about growing up, morality, and war.
Women built the film industry but now they’re scarcely seen behind the camera or in writers’ rooms.
Traditional Japanese masks are some of the most interesting and historically connected masks in the world. Here are some types you should know about.
Operated by PR agencies and marketing firms, troll farms represent a massive network of disinformation that agencies use to shape public opinion.
Stock photos are everywhere but what seems like harmlessly absurd cliches can influence how we perceive the people and world around us.
Most people agree that fake news is bad. So why do so many of us still keep falling for the same old tricks?
Whether you’re planning a Halloween party for kids or adults, here are 6 awesome Halloween games to keep the party spooky and silly.
Although similar, misinformation and disinformation are problematic in different ways. Here are the differences.
If you’ve ever been to a rest stop off a United States highway, you’ve probably seen a Zoltar machine. Here’s the story behind this strange phenomenon.