Jean sez, "I am an unabashed book and school supply nerd. This furniture is designed for school and public libraries (so it is sturdy!! and easy to clean) but I think I may just have to get myself a book bench or an oversize pink eraser!"
My friend Steve Davee posted this fun project to Instructables. It’s a perfect project for shut-in parents and kids to do together.
Utah Highway Patrol reports on an interesting traffic stop.
Over the past decade or so, Lauren McLaughin (previously) has written a handful of outstanding YA novels, each dealing with difficult issues of gender, personal autonomy and the casual cruelty of teens, starting with Cycler (and its sequel, Re-Cycler) (a teenaged girl who turned into a boy for four days every month); Scored (a class-conscious surveillance dystopia); The Free (a desperate novel about a teen car-thief in juvie) and now, her best book yet: Send Pics, a gripping thriller about sextortion, high school, revenge and justice.
What’s the biggest website in the world? Wait, let’s amend that question…what’s the biggest website in the world other than the site that helps you find all the other sites? Once you take Google out of the equation, the biggest site on the entire interwebs is the Google-owned home for all manner of video, YouTube. […]
Back in the 3rd millennia BC, Mesopotamians measured by cubit, which was approximately the 18-inch length of the forearm from the elbow to the tip of the middle finger. A few hundred years later, we got to the measuring tape…and those, ladies and gentlemen, are the big highlights in the evolution of human measurement. Oh […]
You may not realize it, but even before COVID-19, America had a toilet paper problem. The problem was that people really didn’t like it all that much. It’s often course, it chafes, and rather than deal with that unpleasantness, many shoppers just shifted to flushable wet wipes instead. Which, unfortunately, created another problem — because […]