Sick of looking at an iced cake and wondering what could be inside? I-cakes, one of the innovative products designed by artist Marti Guixé, are for you. The inside is delicious cake. The outside is a pie chart indicating what ingredients are inside.
Still confused by the twists and turns inside Shane Carruth's time traveling indie Primer? Never fear, someone has finally made the ultimate guide to Abe's wild time-traveling ride. Behold the world's most complicated time travel movie, solved. (Sort of.)
Which apocalyptic scenario are you most likely to survive? Check out this handy flowchart that dictates which end of the world is right for you, based on brain flavor, Facebook tolerance and bird hatred.
Due to a family illness, Randall Munroe announced that we won't be seeing regular installments of his popular webcomic xkcd. We wish Munroe and his family the best, but in the meantime, what's a math-loving webcomic reader to do?
Curious about the political leanings of people who read classic science fiction authors? Check out this online excerpt from the 1977 Analog Yearbook. It sums up the politics of 70s scifi readers in a handy graph.
Why did Sayid's captors know Kate's fake daddy? How come Locke and Hugo had the same boss? And how did Jack's life-and-death doctor decisions change Boone's life? All these strange coincidences are mapped out on a fantastic interactive chart. [Scordit]