Whether it's Michael Keaton in an all-black costume with a yellow oval on his chest or Adam West in blue and gray tights, many have a definitive version of Batman's costume in their heads. You'd think there have only been a few variations on the suit, but there have been dozens. Comic book news site Newsarama took a look at the Batsuit from its origins (a red suit with a bat-like cape) through more modern times in their comic-style blog.
You know that pile of books on the shelf that you've been meaning to read? If one of them is a copy of “El Libro Que No Puede Esperar” (The Book That Can't Wait), you better get to reading. The book's ink eventually fades away two to four months after you crack it open (it comes in an airtight bag to protect it from the air, which causes the ink to fade). If all of our books were like that, it would make us read a whole lot more.
Regular hot dogs must be boring because people keep coming up with ways to make new ones. Take the Ham Dogger, a new $7 device that molds hamburger into the shape of a hot dog.