Where do all the good ideas come from? Madmen and artists, according to Silvio Areti. What else is new?
A shocking and highly readable biography of the life of a modern day bank robber.
He has a willingness to let things happen as they will instead of trying to wait for or frame the perfect moment.
This is quite a chilling book that contains certain warnings we would be clever to heed.
Rails is a bullet train moving at two hundred miles an hour, but you can catch up with Agile Web Development With Rails.
Murder One is wickedly helpful for the budding crime novelist.
This is a mix of profound advice and tired clichés you're bound to read more than once.
Is there a cabal of evil men working in the shadows to subvert the lives of every American citizen? Not according to Peter Knight's script.
Another collection of hard rockin' and metal reviews in this week's Marty's Musical Meltdown.
"Dude, just listen to some Pavement."
You think you know these commercially successful jazz figures? Think again.
Glory days of '70s pop revisited on debut CD.
A classic show from a human time capsule.
These two young, British soul singers show their American counterparts how to use America's Motown history to forge refreshing new sounds.
The Colour tear up Pianos on their North American tour.
A beefier, more mainstream-rock-radio-friendly Modest Mouse.
Clutch outdoes themselves again with this killer set.
Satisfying the fans and making new ones along the way; Akon's Konvicted.
An onslaught of metal mayhem for everyone. Read on.
Turtle Shell Productions gathers together some early, rarely seen Williams one-acts and reinvents them for a postmodern age.
Ever feel like you're at the end of your tether?
Raiders of the Lost Beatle Archives: Explore what the Fab Four left behind in a new podcast interview.
Sometimes dying young can be the best career move of all.
mental_floss question of the day.
Fraser paints an unrealistically happy India: Delhi in Lonely Planet-style exotica that only a westerner could have noticed.
Why do parents lose the classification as sexual beings? Wasn’t it our exploits that brought us to the role of being parents?
Is your organization involved in leadership development? If so, this article will help you plan or quickly decide if you are on the right track.
There is a dark side to rating wine - and the 100-point rating scale is the culprit.
If you confuse "I like that" with "It's good," you'll wind up thinking corn dogs and Oreos is darn good food.
More of a -300 on the fun factor scale.
Any gamer over 20 would have carpal tunnel today if this was how we played beat-em-ups years ago.
Even the "Devil May War" format doesn't give Ghost Rider retribution.
Could the Ninth Amendment give Americans a clearly difined "right to know" and would this lead to a plebiscite?
The Children's Online Protect Act is struck down by a federal judge at the request of the ACLU.
Following the best of Twitter so you don't have to... but you should, it's rad!
I love surprises; what surprised me last night?
Fans have witnessed ups, downs, and near stops on the roller coaster ride of slasher pictures.
Are those the lips and nose of Ziva David? Is it Jeanne Benoit? Or, is it a hitherto unidentified femme fatale? The season finale will be a barnburner.
Another young hopeful was given the boot.
How one man passed himself off as a legendary film director - with remarkably little effort.
Review of the American Idol Top 11 based on how much I wanted, or did, TiVo bloop through their performances.
Twitch City has become a cult favourite in several nations, most notably in Australia, where it became a smash hit.
The walking dead aren't scary -- they can actually be quite amusing!