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Snapchat's confusing—just ask the producers of E!'s Keeping Up With The Kardashians. Or, uh, us. (read more)


Okay, so 1988's Twins mightn't be the most critically acclaimed film of Arnold Schwarzenegger or Danny Devito's career. Still, it's inspired an Australian scientist to name a genus of Australian pea flowers, Daviesia schwarzenegger and devito, after the two actors in the film. (read more)

If you've ever seen the hashtag #EdBallsDay trending, you may be wondering what it all means. SEE ALSO: 23 times British tweets ruled Twitter Who is this famous man, you may be asking, and what exactly did he do to get an entire day named after him? Well, let's start with the basics. (read more)

While many of us have memories of being scolded about food waste as a child, many businesses throw out unsold food on the regular, as well as products with an often arbitrary sell-by date. France set an example by making it illegal for supermarkets to throw out or destroy unsold food in 2015. (read more)

Conceptual artist Hannah Rothstein isn't particularly pessimistic, but when it comes to the future of our planet she's worried. That's what prompted her to recreate iconic National Park Service posters as the parks could look in 2050. (read more)

Though he'd been kicking around for a few years already, most audiences first took notice of Heath Ledger in 10 Things I Hate About You. From then on, he was never out of the public eye for long – if he wasn't burning up the screen, he was covering the tabloids. (read more)

NASA may be running out of spacesuits.  According to a new report from the space agency's Office of Inspector General, NASA may not have enough spacesuits to make it through 2024—the year when the Space Station is expected to end its operational life under NASA and the other international agencies. (read more)

You can already do a lot of things in Slack. Set up a meeting. (read more)

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