The Academy that awards the Oscars just introduced a new category for popular films. What exactly does that mean, and how exactly will they go about nominating and selecting winners?
Did you know that Bram Stoker's Dracula had the working title "The Dead Un-dead"? Isn't that so much clearer?
It may sound bad, (and it did to my teachers), but apparently you can sell your homework on the Internet, and make good money off it. I did.
Besides burning them, what other more environmentally friendly (and potentially less hazardous in urban areas) options are there?
In light of the Trump-Kim Summit happening in Sentosa on June 12, The Guardian released a wonderful article talking about the "dark past" of the island. Of course, it's not the only island with a dark past.
Dr. Seuss's final book is a classic book about graduating and a classic gift for grads. But are there other books that would work too?
Many books are turned into movies. Some are great. Some are... never mind. But there are some books people should not even try to make into films. Here's why.
These days, arts and sciences are worlds apart. But it never used to be this way. So what's the difference between art and science, and why are they different nowadays?
For most people (including me), code is some mysterious and powerful tool that makes our apps, phones, computers, and ahem, our lives run smoothly. Here's how I managed to make an app without knowing any code.
The Electric Sheepdog is a futuristic short film about a boy who loses his dog and tries to replace it with an electric sheepdog.