Pythagorean Cup or the Greedy Cup was invented by Pythagoras so that wine drinking among workers could be moderated and the principles of justice could be highlighted for his students. Pythagoras’ concept was simple: Avidity for drinking should be limited! How?
Find out about the evolution of the most beloved two-wheeled vehicle since its invention in 1817.
The Eiffel Tower is indeed glorious. But have you ever wondered how it looked like while under construction?
This amazing project is important. Because it’s about kindness, about helping and be helped. Being there during tough times. It’s local, thus nearby.
Towards the end of the month, Mozilla will be hosting their annual Mozilla Festival (“MozFest” for short), which for the 2nd year will feature a Science Track.
Last year, they ate bugs. This year, they’re turning compostables into projectiles. All to benefit school gardens. The folks at REAL School Gardens are at it again.
Looking for an antidote to modern culture’s emphasis on romantic love? Perhaps we can learn from the diverse forms of emotional attachment prized by the ancient Greeks.
In the city Nuenen of Holland where he lived from 1883 until 1885 the famous painter Vincent van Gogh, a cycle path filled with … stars.
The city of Trondheim in Norway is the first and only one in the world to have a lift specially designed to help cyclists travel uphill. The contraption is called ‘Trampe’ and it can get you up a very steep hill with practically no effort on your part.
The Nonviolence Handbook teaches that when we exhibit patience and refrain from criticizing others harshly, we’re building nonviolent potential.
Could you ever see yourself living in a house suspended above the ocean with only the side of a cliff for support?
Ever since Brandon Stanton‘s hugely popular Humans of New York (HONY) page launched in November 2010, hundreds of pages from around the world have followed suit. The theme, which is fairly common to all the pages, is rather simple