In case you missed a post or two this month, here’s a quick recap of what I wrote about during the month of March:
Questions I Asked –
When Were Blinkers Put On Cars? – The creators of the turn signal wouldn’t be happy to learn that 57% of drivers do not use their invention.
What is Adele’s Last Name? – This is a question I have been wanting to ask for awhile. the wait is over.
Where Did The Name March Madness Come From? – Find out who came up with the popular name and when it was first coined.
Where did the term “Can on Corn” come from? – It is just one of many food-related sayings in baseball.
Things We Learned –
Why March Madness is The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year – A poem dedicated to my favorite time of the year.
Everything is usable – Real advice from a real author.
This May Be The Most Important TED Talk You Ever Watch – This talk has it all…numbers, charts, pictures, hand gestures, and so much more.
Why a 12 seed keeps beating a 5 seed – It happens all the time, including twice this year.
Why we can be afraid to jump – It has a lot to do with why African impalas are easy to keep in a zoo.
Fun With Numbers –
5 Things We Can Learn From Superheroes – In honor of Batman vs. Superman, we look at capped crusaders and see what they may be able to teach us.
7 things we will never have to ask our doctor – There are many things we should ask our doctor. These seven things are not among them.
10 Great Lines From The Happiness Track – This new book by Emma Seppälä features great research on what makes us happy.