I’m one of those people who is filled with useless information that may or may not become relevant at some point in time. I spend my time browsing through the Interweb, trolling through publisher sites, falling down the Outbrain content discovery “rabbit hole,” and consuming massive amounts of content daily.
Every week we’ll be delivering you several pieces of content circulating across our publisher sites that will (hopefully) help you learn something that you would have never discovered before.
Four of the Weirdest Traffic Laws Known to Man (Esurance Blog)
This week I learned that in some parts of the United States, driving around with dirty tires can be considered a “public nuisance.” Here are some other traffic laws that may make you realize that, when it comes to driving, you’ve been doing it wrong.
10 Most Chilling Unsolved Murders (eHow UK)
It’s just so satisfying hearing about a gruesome murder case that was solved and justice was served. There are some murders that remain unsolved and quickly become shrouded in mystery and speculation. Heard of the unsolved Cleveland Torso Murder? Well, maybe you should…
World’s Sexiest Beaches (Travel Channel)
We all do it – daydream while we’re in the office about every other place we would rather be, basking in the summer sun. Ko Phi Phi Don Island Beaches in Thailand sounds great to me right about now. Which beach will you be day dreaming about at work today?
5 Handy Uses For Beer (That Don’t Involve Drinking) (DIY Blog)
Craft beer has been taking over from home brewing to microbrewery tours. Here are a few other uses for beer you can try out at home, like getting that pesky wine stain out of your shirt..
10 Life Lessons That ‘Tetris’ Can Teach You (Cracked)
Tetris spans generations, provides endless hours of fun (and frustration), and the concept is so simple. Well according to Cracked, you can learn more than just geometric harmony from this video game.
History of Toothbrushes and Toothpastes (Colgate)
Did you know that toothbrushing tools date back to 3500-3000BC? I guess our ancestors really needed some help getting the rocks out from between their teeth! Read more about how the toothbrush and toothpaste have evolved over centuries.
Feature image courtesy of Matilda Hellgren.