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Robert Giordano is a designer and inventor. He created Design215.com and PoeStories.com. He likes photography and welding.

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19 Wikipedia Pages That'll Send You Into A Week-Long Wikihole
  | Sep 14, 2016
Houri - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
What Islamic believers receive in the afterlife- NOT 72 VIRGINS
  | Apr 26, 2015
Formication - Wikipedia
  | Mar 17, 2015
Douglas Hofstadter - Wikipedia
Douglas Richard Hofstadter (born February 15, 1945) is an American professor of cognitive science whose research focuses on the sense of "I", consciousness, analogy-making, artistic creation, literary translation, etc
  | Feb 6, 2014
Space elevator - Wikipedia
  | Jan 2, 2014
Image resolution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  | Dec 8, 2013
Mantis shrimp - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
in some cases their biological quarter-wave plates perform more uniformly over the entire visual spectrum than any current man-made polarizing optics, the application of which it is speculated could be applied to a new type of optical media that perf
  | Sep 27, 2013
File:Rational scale to assess the harm of drugs (mean physical harm and mean dep
Interesting chart
  | Aug 12, 2013
Cocos Island - Wikipedia
This is the Jurassic Park island!!
  | Jan 26, 2013
Typography of Apple Inc. - Wikipedia
  | Nov 18, 2012
List of Oz books - Wikipedia
  | Nov 6, 2012
Sky Island (novel) - Wikipedia
a children's fantasy novel written by L. Frank Baum, illustrated by John R. Neill, and published in 1912 by the Reilly & Britton Company- the same group that produced the Oz books in the first decades of the twentieth century.
  | Nov 6, 2012
Heroin - Wikipedia
In 1895, the German drug company Bayer marketed diacetylmorphine as an over-the-counter drug under the trademark name Heroin. The name was derived from the Greek word "Heros" because of its perceived "heroic" effects upon a user.
  | Oct 13, 2012
Extreme points of Earth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  | Feb 17, 2012
Bitcoin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
a decentralized electronic cash system using peer-to-peer networking, digital signatures and cryptographic proof to enable irreversible payments between parties without relying on trust.
  | Jan 1, 2012
Wikipedia:Sound/list - Wikipedia
A huge list of music files, many classical pieces, etc.
  | Dec 13, 2011
Californium - Wikipedia
Element 98 on the Periodic Table
  | Dec 9, 2011
Centralia, Pennsylvania - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This should be a travel destination at some point... before there is nothing left.
  | Dec 4, 2011
Deer Cave - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The cave was surveyed for the first time in the year 1978, producing measurements of 174m wide and 122m high in one section that passed through the mountain for a distance of one kilometer.
  | Oct 10, 2011
Nag Hammadi library - Wikipedia
  | Sep 30, 2011
Mustafa Kemal Atatrk - Wikipedia
Interesting guy. Turned the former Ottoman Empire into the Republic of Turkey. Changed the county's official alphabet and brought raised literacy from 10 to 70 percent in 2 years.
  | Sep 25, 2011
Indium arsenide - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Indium arsenide is used for construction of infrared detectors, for the wavelength range of 1'"3.8 m. The detectors are usually photovoltaic photodiodes.
  | Aug 7, 2011
List of fallacies - Wikipedia
  | Aug 6, 2011
Kenneth Anger - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
American underground experimental filmmaker. His films variously merge surrealism with homoeroticism and the occult. Born February 3, 1927. Fascinated by the notorious English occultist Aleister Crowley.
  | Jul 21, 2011
Gbekli Tepe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The structures not only predate pottery, metallurgy, and the invention of writing or the wheel; they were built before the so-called Neolithic Revolution...
  | Jul 18, 2011
Snowclone - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A cliche' template
  | Jul 11, 2011
Diane Arbus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Her photo of two twin girls inspired Stanley Kubrick to use the same imagery in The Shining.
  | Jul 7, 2011
RDFa - Wikipediaa
Allows additional metadata in xhtml. For example, any tag can have the "property" attribute to give more information about the data enclosed by the tag.
  | Jun 1, 2011
Pimsleur language learning system - Wikipedia
  | Apr 15, 2011
Charles R. Knight - Wikipedia
Created many of the famous dinosaur illustrations and paintings recognized today.
  | Apr 14, 2011
Histoires extraordinaires - Wikipedia
American International Pictures distributed this horror anthology film featuring three stories by Edgar Allan Poe directed by European directors Roger Vadim, Louis Malle and Federico Fellini.
  | Apr 13, 2011
Bugatti Veyron - Wikipedia
0-60 in 2.5 sec
  | Apr 3, 2011
Schrdinger's cat - Wikipedia
Schrdinger's cat is a thought experiment, usually described as a paradox, devised by Austrian physicist Erwin Schrdinger in 1935. It illustrates what he saw as the problem of the Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics
  | Mar 29, 2011
Catatumbo lightning - Wikipedia
It originates from a mass of storm clouds that create a voltaic arc at more than 5 km of height, during 140 to 160 nights a year, 10 hours per day and up to 280 times per hour.
  | Mar 20, 2011
Jock Sturges - Wikipedia
  | Mar 9, 2011
Hapax legomenon - Wikipedia
A word that only appears once in the written record of a language, the works of an author, or in a single text.
  | Feb 15, 2011
Website awards - Wikipedia
lists and summarizes the major sites that present awards to web sites.
  | Jan 16, 2011
Richard C. Hoagland - Wikipedia
  | Dec 26, 2010
Brookings Report - Wikipedia
  | Dec 26, 2010
The Law of Success - Wikipedia
With the passage of the text into the public domain, numerous reprints have arisen for sale due to the popularity and originality of the material, with some copies being peddled through late-night infomercials.
  | Dec 20, 2010
Ishmael (novel) - Wikipedia
  | Dec 20, 2010
High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program - Wikipedia
HAARP is the subject of numerous conspiracy theories, with individuals ascribing various hidden motives and capabilities to the project.
  | Sep 10, 2010
URI scheme - Wikipedia
foo://username:password@example.com:8042
  | Aug 28, 2010
Film noir - Wikipedia
Hmmm, most of my favorite films fall into this category...
  | Jun 20, 2010
Ouroboros - Wikipedia
  | May 30, 2010
Golden ratio - Wikipedia
The golden ratio is an irrational mathematical constant, approximately 1.6180339887.
  | Jan 26, 2010
COINTELPRO - Wikipedia
...a series of covert, and often illegal, projects conducted by the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) aimed at investigating and disrupting dissident political organizations within the United States.
  | Jan 18, 2010
Elizabeth Bathory - Wikipedia
Tortured and killed hundreds of young girls. Legend has it that she bathed in their blood to preserve her youth. Her birthday was August 7, Leo.
  | Jan 1, 2010
Female serial killers - Wikipedia
A fairly comprehensive list of female serial killers
  | Jan 1, 2010
Bloody Benders - Wikipedia
Interesting little story about a family of serial killers.
  | Jan 1, 2010
Technological singularity - Wikipedia
...the short-term emergence of a self-improving artificial intelligence or superintelligence[1] that is so much beyond humans' present capabilities that it becomes impossible to understand it with present conceptions.
  | Dec 22, 2009
Opposition to water fluoridation - Wikipedia
Fluoridation is scary!
  | Nov 28, 2009
Ochlocracy - Wikipedia
"Mob Rule"
  | Nov 26, 2009
Nyx - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nyx, the goddess of night and depicted as a figure of exceptional power and beauty. Born of Chaos, some of her children are Moros (fate), Thanatos (death), Hypnos (sleep), and Charon (the ferryman of Hades).
  | Nov 1, 2009
Tannhauser Gate - Wikipedia
  | Sep 25, 2009
Pescetarianism - Wikipedia
basically vegetarians who eat fish
  | Sep 11, 2009
Anti-intellectualism in American Life - Wikipedia
  | Jul 5, 2009
Cat righting reflex - Wikipedia
  | Jun 26, 2009
Battle of Trafalgar - Wikipedia
In 1805, 27 British ships led by Admiral Lord Nelson aboard HMS Victory defeated 33 French and Spanish ships
  | Jun 14, 2009
Goa trance - Wikipedia
  | Jun 9, 2009
Psychedelic trance - Wikipedia
  | Jun 9, 2009
Erich Fromm - Wikipedia
Really interesting philosopher who talks about three escape mechanisms people use to give up their freedom: conforming to society, submitting to authority, and destructiveness.
  | Jun 1, 2009
Lux vs Lumens vs Footcandles - Wikipedia
  | May 27, 2009
Fear of youth - Wikipedia
Interesting article
  | May 21, 2009
Donald F. Glut - Wikipedia
Author of the Dinosaur Dictionary as well as a screenwriter for Land of the Lost, Spiderman, Transformers, and more.
  | May 21, 2009
Number of the Beast - Wikipedia
666
  | May 20, 2009
Jack Kerouac - Wikipedia
  | May 2, 2009
Blut Aus Nord - Wikipedia
"a mixture of dark and surreal noises and sounds that create a disturbing and bleak atmosphere."
  | Mar 12, 2009
Eats, Shoots & Leaves - Wikipedia
A book by Lynne Truss about punctuation. Interesting.
  | Mar 8, 2009
Omelette - Wikipedia
  | Feb 27, 2009
Living hinge - Wikipedia
  | Feb 22, 2009
4'33' - Wikipedia
A three-movement composition by American avant-garde composer John Cage (1912'"1992).
  | Feb 7, 2009
Hypertext fiction - Wikipedia
  | Feb 5, 2009
Absinthe - Wikipedia
The "good" stuff is distilled verte absinthe. And you need a special spoon, ice water, and sugar cubes
  | Jan 25, 2009
lighttpd - Wikipedia
Low memory and cpu web server. Lighttpd is used by some of the biggest websites, including sites such as YouTube, Wikipedia and meebo.
  | Jan 25, 2009
Geomagnetic reversal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  | Jan 12, 2009
Hypermiling - Wikipedia
  | Jan 6, 2009
Thich Nhat Hanh - Wikipedia
  | Jan 3, 2009
Sexual objectification - Wikipedia
  | Dec 27, 2008
Infornography - Wikipedia
So I guess I'm an infornographer. =)
  | Dec 13, 2008
Organic light-emitting diode - Wikipedia
  | Dec 11, 2008
Magnetic ink character recognition - Wikipedia
Check routing numbers are printed with the MICR E-13B font. A similar font is used to print many of the ISBN numbers on products.
  | Dec 7, 2008
Douay-Rheims Bible - Wikipedia
  | Nov 30, 2008
Giordano Bruno - Wikipedia
Ha! He was burned at the stake for practising "magic". He believed the Sun was at the center of the solar system.
  | Oct 29, 2008
Hunter Scott - Wikipedia
A 12 year old's school project results in a Congressional resolution to clear the name of a World War II Captain.
  | Oct 21, 2008
2000s energy crisis - Wikipedia
In June 2008, OPEC's Secretary General Abdullah al-Badri stated that current world consumption of oil at 87 million bpd was far exceeded by the "paper market" for oil, equal to 1.36 billion bpd, or more than 15 times the actual market demand.
  | Oct 21, 2008
William Delbert Gann - Wikipedia
stock trader that used astrological charts to predict market events. Interesting stuff
  | Oct 18, 2008
Neon Genesis Evangelion (manga) - Wikipedia
  | Oct 17, 2008
William Blake - Wikipedia
  | Aug 20, 2008
International Talk Like a Pirate Day - Wikipedia
Arrrr!! September 19 ye lubbers!!
  | Aug 5, 2008
Frappuccino - Wikipedia
Frappuccino was trademarked by The Coffee Connection, and that trademark was acquired by Starbucks when they bought The Coffee Connection, a 22 store chain with a huge following that Starbucks could not compete with in the Boston market, around 1995.
  | Jul 14, 2008
Kava - Wikipedia
  | Jul 14, 2008
Miracle fruit - Wikipedia
The Miracle Fruit plant produces berries that, when eaten, cause bitter and sour foods (such as lemons and limes) consumed later to taste sweet.
  | Jul 12, 2008
Antikythera mechanism - Wikipedia
An ancient mechanical calculator for predicting astronomical positions. It has been dated to 150-100 BC! This thing is only about 13 x 7 inches and had 37 gears! It accurately determined leap years, moon phase, and more. Amazing!
  | Jul 11, 2008
Longest word in English - Wikipedia
  | Jun 27, 2008
Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious - Wikipedia
  | Jun 27, 2008
Unicursal hexagram - Wikipedia
I arrived here from "Gordian Knot", then "Endless Knot". See also "Celtic Knot".
  | Jun 20, 2008
Hellfire Club - Wikipedia
In Glasgow, Scotland there is a chain of "goth" clothing stores named Hellfire. Coincidence?
  | Jun 20, 2008
Maslow's hierarchy of needs - Wikipedia
  | Jun 1, 2008
Ontology - Wikipedia
Ontology studies being or existence and their basic categories and relationships, to determine what entities and what types of entities exist. Ontology thus has strong implications for conceptions of reality.
  | Jun 1, 2008
Occam's razor - Wikipedia
lex parsimoniae
  | Jun 1, 2008
PageRank - Wikipedia
Explains what PageRank is and how it works.
  | May 10, 2008
Henney Kilowatt - Wikipedia
The first production electric car, built in 1959. Unfortunately, it was a failure.
  | May 7, 2008
Caminito del Rey - Wikipedia
  | Apr 21, 2008
Oak Ridge National Laboratory - Wikipedia
my friend Jen works here!
  | Apr 19, 2008
Feature creep - Wikipedia
This is what we try to avoid at Design215!
  | Apr 10, 2008
Extremely high frequency - Wikipedia
Millimeter Wave or MMW is behind the new ADS "Ray Gun" and could also provide wireless HDMI and 2.5 Gigabit wireless data over short distances. When MMW routers come out, will you be able to hack one and use it to fry unwanted solicitors?
  | Mar 1, 2008
Faraday cage - Wikipedia
  | Feb 29, 2008
Boys are stupid, throw rocks at them! - Wikipedia
There's a lesson here somewhere, I'm just not sure what it is...
  | Feb 13, 2008
Rosslyn Chapel - Wikipedia
Are the carvings a cryptogram or a musical score?
  | Feb 3, 2008
Domain tasting - Wikipedia
By February 2007, the CEO of GoDaddy reported that of 55.1 million domain names registered, 51.5 million were canceled and refunded just before the 5 day grace period expired and only 3.6 million domain names were actually kept.
  | Jan 29, 2008
Osteopathic Medicine - Wikipedia
Osteopathic medicine is a diagnostic and therapeutic system based on the premise that the primary role of the physician is to facilitate the body's inherent ability to heal itself. D.O.'s are osteopathic physicians while M.D.'s are allopathic.
  | Nov 14, 2007
Craniosacral therapy - Wikipedia
I tried it. It was very interesting.
  | Nov 13, 2007
Closed-eye hallucination - Wikipedia
  | Sep 6, 2007
Floater - Wikipedia
  | Sep 6, 2007
List of adages named after people - Wikipedia
  | Sep 1, 2007
Cacophony Society - Wikipedia
The first rule of the cacophony society is...
  | Aug 14, 2007
Vignetting - Wikipedia
  | Aug 6, 2007
Numbers station - Wikipedia
Shortwave radio stations of unknown origin where automated voices read streams of numbers, words, or letters. Weird!
  | Aug 1, 2007
Millau Viaduct - Wikipedia
The tallest vehicular bridge in the world. Only 125 feet shorter than the Empire State Building!
  | Jul 24, 2007
Non-Newtonian fluid - Wikipedia
Check out the video links at the end of the page where you'll see some people "walking" on the surface of this fluid!
  | Jul 5, 2007
SAT - Wikipedia
Its interesting how they have renamed this test and changed the scoring system twice since 1990.
  | Jun 27, 2007
Sleep deprivation - Wikipedia
Interesting discussion of possible negative effects of sleep deprivation, including an experiment where students got better grades when they started school an hour later.
  | Jun 21, 2007
Polyphasic sleep - Wikipedia
Ben Franklin said, "There will be sleep enough in the grave".
  | Jun 21, 2007
Stirling engine - Wikipedia
  | May 17, 2007
Angkor Wat - Wikipedia
12th century temple in Cambodia. See also Angkor Thom
  | May 1, 2007
Misanthropy - Wikipedia
Interesting. Mentions Franz Kafka, Kurt Vonnegut, Sherlock Holmes, and George Carlin.
  | Apr 26, 2007
Sender Policy Framework (SPF Records) - Wikipedia
  | Apr 18, 2007
Slaughterhouse-Five - Wikipedia
One of the most popular works by Kurt Vonnegut
  | Apr 13, 2007
Scooby-Doo - Wikipedia
the Assumed "adult themes" paragraph is amusing. Oh and the fact that all four human characters are based on characters from the Dobie Gillis show is interesting.
  | Apr 12, 2007
Jabberwocky - Wikipedia
"Jabberwocky" is a poem of nonsense verse written by Lewis Carroll, and found as a part of his novel Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There (1871).
  | Apr 10, 2007
Wandering Jew - Wikipedia
  | Mar 12, 2007
Aleister Crowley - Wikipedia
  | Mar 12, 2007
Fantaisie-Impromptu - Wikipedia
by Chopin
  | Mar 7, 2007
Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury - Wikipedia
Everyone needs to read this one, especially today!
  | Feb 22, 2007
Electra complex - Wikipedia
A psychiatric concept based on the Greek myth of Elektra. Weird stuff!
  | Feb 15, 2007
Spam blog - Wikipedia
This is a growing problem for the blogging community. The question is, what can be done about it?
  | Jan 7, 2007
Sping - Wikipedia
Sping is "spam ping" or "trackback spam". Many bloggers been forced to disable the trackback feature.
  | Jan 7, 2007
Philadelphia Experiment - Wikipedia
Very interesting although not one of the best written articles on Wikipedia. The discussion page linked to the article is just as interesting.
  | Dec 30, 2006
THX 1138 - Wikipedia
George Lucas' first feature film
  | Dec 26, 2006
Personal advertisement - Wikipedia
List of acronyms used in personal ads like BBW, BSDM, DWF, etc. The fact that this list exists is amusing in itself or at least to me it is, lol.
  | Dec 24, 2006
Leet - Wikipedia
Keep up with today's counter culture computer gamer jargon or you'll be pwned.
  | Dec 17, 2006
The Answer to Life, the Universe, and Everything - Wikipedia
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy...
  | Dec 12, 2006
MacGuffin - Wikipedia
A plot device in a story. The glowing briefcase in Pulp Fiction was the MacGuffin.
  | Dec 12, 2006
Bookmark spam - Wikipedia
Bookmark spam is a type of spam affecting social bookmarking, social software websites such as del.icio.us.
  | Dec 4, 2006
List of pharmaceutical companies - Wikipedia
very interesting statistics
  | Nov 28, 2006
XHTML Basic - Wikipedia
A subset of XHTML 1.1, it is expected to become the standard for handheld devices.
  | Nov 24, 2006
Sherlock Holmes - Wikipedia
A popular misconception is that the Sherlock Holmes stories gave rise to the entire genre of detective fiction. In fact, the Holmes character and his modus operandi were inspired by two predecessors, C. Auguste Dupin and Monsieur Lecoq...
  | Nov 22, 2006
Time-lapse - Wikipedia
Read about John Ott's work with flowers and varying color temperature to cause plants to do different things. Interesting stuff.
  | Nov 21, 2006
Rotoscope - Wikipedia
  | Nov 7, 2006
Alchemy - Wikipedia
  | Oct 25, 2006
Wallpaper group - Wikipedia
Classifications of symmetry in repetitive patterns. These patterns occur in architecture and decorative art. There are 17 possible distinct groups.
  | Oct 6, 2006
M. C. Escher - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
One of my favorite artists
  | Oct 6, 2006
Rootkit - Wikipedia
more fun things to worry about if you run Windows
  | Sep 27, 2006
Bombing of Dresden in World War II - Wikipedia
Were we justified to bomb Dresden? Read the story.
  | Sep 7, 2006
Grigori Rasputin - Wikipedia
I visited the room where he was poisoned.
  | Sep 4, 2006
Monty Hall problem - Wikipedia
An amazingly simple yet confusing math problem.
  | Aug 20, 2006
Charles Allan Gilbert - Wikipedia
Illustrator famous for creating the optical illusion, "All is Vanity"
  | Aug 20, 2006
Benito Mussolini - Wikipedia
Mussolini
  | Aug 8, 2006
Fascism - Wikipedia
Its good to know history so you can watch for trends repeating themselves.
  | Aug 8, 2006
Dragon's Lair - Wikipedia
The laserdisc arcade game from the 80's
  | Aug 7, 2006
Church of the SubGenius - Wikipedia
"Bob" was featured in the Atari ST character set and the Linux distribution Slackware is named for Slack.
  | Aug 7, 2006
Atari ST - Wikipedia
My first computer.
  | Aug 7, 2006
Stone soup - Wikipedia
An interesting analogy someone made in reference to Digg and other community driven Web 2.0 sites.
  | Aug 5, 2006
William S. Burroughs - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A primary member of the Beat Generation, and regarded as an avant-garde author who affected popular culture as well as literature. Wrote "Naked Lunch" and provided the spoken word for "Quick Fix" by Ministry.
  | Jul 30, 2006
List of Tagging Networks - Wikipedia
  | Jul 23, 2006
Carabiner - Wikipedia
  | Jul 9, 2006
Man Ray - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  | Jul 5, 2006
Khalil Gibran - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  | Jul 4, 2006
Franz Kafka - Wikipedia
Orson Welles wrote and directed an adaptation of "The Trial" in 1962 starring Anthony Perkins. Welles considered it to be his best film.
  | Jun 10, 2006
Flaming - Wikipedia
Ever heard of the vi vs. emacs "Holy War"?
Welcome to the world of geeks, LOL.
  | Jun 8, 2006
Wardriving - Wikipedia
  | Jun 5, 2006
CAPTCHA - Wikipedia
The system of displaying obscured letters on a form that people have to type in to prove they are human and not an automated computer program like a Spam bot.
  | May 31, 2006
TrackBack - Wikipedia
TrackBack is a mechanism for communication between blogs
  | May 30, 2006
Rewrite engine - Wikipedia
Use Apache mod_rewrite to make website URLs more user friendly and search-engine friendly.
  | May 30, 2006
Global warming controversy - Wikipedia
If you want to learn something, this Wikipedia page presents both sides and tons of links. As far as I'm concerned, the "Global Warming" advocates can produce all the computer models they want. They don't mean anything without valid data.
  | May 26, 2006
List of restaurant chains - Wikipedia
  | May 24, 2006
Denial-of-service attack - Wikipedia
DDos = Distributed Denial of Service
  | May 18, 2006
Tags - Wikipedia
About tags used for the organization of data, like in del.icio.us, flickr, gmail and Linkatopia.
  | May 17, 2006
Folksonomy - Wikipedia
  | May 16, 2006
Freemasonry - Wikipedia
This is really interesting. Did you know George Washington, and Benjamin Franklin were Masons? Thirteen Signers of the U.S. Constitution were Freemasons.
  | May 13, 2006
Scientology - Wikipedia
Read all about the "religion" that's really a bunch of nonsense...
"...during the late 1970's, Scientologists infiltrated the United States Internal Revenue Service and stole confidential documents in what was termed 'Operation Snow White'..."
  | May 13, 2006
Friedrich Nietzsche - Wikipedia
"...successive generations further misunderstood the life of Jesus, as the influence of Christianity grew. By the 19th century, Nietzsche concludes, Christianity had become so worldly as to be a parody of itself."
  | May 10, 2006
Nihilism - Wikipedia
  | May 10, 2006
Hedcut - Wikipedia
  | May 4, 2006
Francois de La Rochefoucauld - Wikipedia
  | May 4, 2006
USATODAY.com - A false Wikipedia 'biography'
  | May 3, 2006
Capsaicin - Wikipedia
The "hot" chemical in chile peppers
  | May 1, 2006
Edgar Allan Poe - Wikipedia
  | May 1, 2006
Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  | May 1, 2006
Nigger - Wikipedia
Not what you might think. This is a detailed and fascinating history of this word. Mentions Edgar Allan Poe's story, "The Gold Bug".
  | Apr 2, 2006
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