I don't make the things you use. I make the things you use better.
I'm an INFJ. That either means something to you or it doesn't.
Dancing girls. Prostitutes. Rich patrons. Dance clubs. The Moulin Rouge. Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec drew, painted, and more.
Learn about types of chocolate, percentage requirements of ingredients, and some delectable options for what to eat. Because, well, chocolate.
I adore Switzerland. I've only spent a few days in the country, but it is one of the top places I'd love to see again, this time for longer, and not restricted by a bus tour. If you're interested in a brief taste of the country, check out this week's Bristol Box.
Got a little too much sun today (fortunately, only a little), and am feeling a bit drained. Thus, tomorrow’s post is going to be a bit late. It will still run tomorrow, but not at the usual 8am run time.
Every child and teen needs scientific, non-judgmental, accurate information about sex, their own sexual health, birth control, and more.
Today we celebrate the birthday of one of the most interesting physicists of all time, Richard Feynman. He was a curious character, equally serious about his science and his fun. He would have been 98 this year.
The Space Shuttle program is over, but that doesn't mean we aren't continuing to explore. Learn about NASA's history of exploration and research, what's in store for the future, and the free and amazing educational resources available.
People fidget for a wide variety of reasons. Perhaps they are restless, or anxious, or they have autism or sensory needs. But regardless of the reason, there are many toys and tools that can help you stay focused and be at your best. This week's Bristol Box includes very portable fidgets that can be carried in your pocket, bag, purse, or child's backpack.
I'll be sharing my sketches with you on occasion in this irregular series, Sketches From the Ether. So far it's just pencil drawings in my sketchbook. We'll see where it takes me.
When I was a kid, we played outside with the other kids in the neighborhood with most of our free time. We also made the most of recess at school. We kept ourselves quite occupied without any of today's modern technologies.
The largest library in the world (the second-largest being the British Library), the U.S. Library of Congress is a sight to behold. The building is just gorgeous. The collections are unparalleled. The exhibits, inspiring.
Jupiter. It's the biggest planet in our solar system. It has a distinctive red spot, a raging storm that never seems to end. It has more moons than any other planet. And four of them are special. They're huge. Like, planet huge.
What feels best during the debilitating pain that often comes with a migraine? It's different for everyone, but for me, it's cold packs, pressure, dark, and quiet. This week's Bristol Box is loaded with tools to help your favorite sufferer. Set them up in a dark, quiet room with a bottle of water, help them procure any prescription migraine meds they may have, and hopefully this box of tools will help them through to the...
It still blows me away that my body made people. PEOPLE. Right? Some people call it "a miracle", I'm just blown away by the impressive biological processes.
Used in education and teaching, Bloom's Taxonomy describes gradually deeper levels of understanding, and can be used in pretty much any subject, including math, science, history, literature, and more.
Taking pictures of the sky isn't new. The first photograph of the sun, a daguerrotype, was made in 1845 by French physicists Louis Fizeau and Lion Foucault, proving that from the earliest days of photography, people were turning their cameras to the skies.
Retrofuturism includes imagined styles from the future, conceived of in the past. The 20th century was filled with these kinds of things, as we aimed for the sky and then participated in the Space Race. Anything space-y and modern was cool.