Do you spend money on things and then forget that you’ve purchased them until they arrive on your doorstep? Do you frequently pester your family, friends, and even total strangers to patronize the arts? Does your heart beat a little faster at the mention of unfinished prototypes?
If you answered “yes” to these questions, you may be suffering from turbafiscitis. Fortunately, there’s a solution! Continue reading
ThinkGeek has a storied tradition of pulling our collective leg on April Fools’ Day, but today’s free shipping promotion ain’t no joke! Continue reading
Last year, for April Fools Day, Mimoco teased Jar Jar fans everywhere with a product announcement featuring everyone’s favorite Gungan. The caricature was crazy, but plausible, and elicited a lot of fan mail wishing it were true. Continue reading
This morning, the White House released a special video message from the President. via A Special Message From the President Continue reading
Contrary to popular misconception, kids start as skeptics, then parents and culture trick kids into belief, and then canny kids find disbelief. But what of the kids who continue to believe in dragons into the middle grades? Are these fantasy kids slow? Are they dumb? Studies suggest the opposite: it takes a nimble mind to buffer belief from the whisperings of reality and the evidence of doubters. Continue reading