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In today's Pyongyang Times, an exclusive peek inside BRITAIN, the bizarre state where thousands take part in huge displays of leader-worship
A reporter once asked RIchard Griffiths what he'd like on his gravestone: "Richard Griffiths. Actor. Born 1947. Died 2947."
To be fair though, who among us has not engineered the largest and most audacious doping conspiracy in competitive cycling history.
If a pizza has thickness a and radius z, its volume is pi z z a (thanks futilitycloset.com)
I think we should all stop dissing the Mail and just accept that their reporters are able to obtain quotes from multiple possible futures.
Always amused at how "middle class" means "salt of the earth" in US and "Volvo-driving Radio 4 listener" in UK
Google+ rolls out new look, including fully interactive tumbleweeds and realtime measurement of Larry Page's tears
Guardian writer. Tweeting on psychology etc. My new book, The Antidote: Happiness for People Who Can't Stand Positive Thinking, out now in UK/US/Can/Aus/NZ/NL