Around Japan in twenty bowls.
You shouldn't judge a book by its cover, but you can absolutely judge these people by their names. Welcome to the strange world of aptronyms, names suited to the people who bear them.
A new app is helping blind people solve problems by connecting them with sighted counterparts via their smartphones.
An Argentinean town that was submerged underwater 30 years ago has recently resurfaced. In this short film its 83-year-old sole inhabitant takes us on a tour of the spookily quiet streets.
Wood may just be the old-fashioned solution to some of the new-fangled problems of high-rise living. See the skyscrapers harking back to the log cabins of yesteryear.
Some bright spark has worked out the real-world physics behind building a working lightsaber.
A new blog lets you peer inside the living spaces of space-age bachelors, golden film actors and tasteful gentlemen generally.
Retro computing doesn't need to look so retro if you've got some of this DIY gel on hand.
An unearthed short film from the Spinal Tap crew turns it up to 11.
Having adopted the uniforms of the German forces who colonised them, the Herero people in Namibia are sharp dressers.
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