LEGO is introducing Braille bricks to help children with visual impairments.
Sean lives on the internet, so that makes him mostly qualified to write about the various weird and wonderful things that the internet can produce. Not everything is doom and gloom out there, and he hopes that a few of these stories can bring a smile to somebody's face. He got his degree in Science & Business from the University of Waterloo, where it continues to provide him little actual value other than the fact it sort of qualifies him to talk about random crap he finds on the internet. So maybe it’s actually worth a little bit. Not that much though. Nobody really asked him for his degree when he started this gig. You can get more of Sean (or less--he doesn’t really post much) on his Twitter, @seanmurray683.
Articles by Sean Murray
The world’s first ever malaria vaccine is being put to use to save hundreds of thousands of lives in Africa.
This adorable pup was born deaf and is learning sign language thanks to his deaf owner.
These eggs beep so that blind children can still take part in an Easter egg hunt.
A dog stolen from her home in South Florida is finally home after two long years thanks to her microchip.
A 5-year-old managed to get a deactivated phone to dial 911 so he could ask the dispatcher to pick him up some McDonald’s on Sunday morning.
The President of Liberia has been told to evacuate the official office of the President due to a possible infestation of poisonous snakes.
Humans aren’t the only ones busy rebuilding the Notre-Dame Cathedral--the church’s resident bees are also getting back to work.
What if somebody decided to make movies using only State slogans? They’d probably look a little something like this.
Meet Ser Gregor, first of the house of Domino’s. The pizza, that is.
If you ever felt that the future isn’t nearly what you thought it would be, then you should probably talk to the artists who made up these future houses.
The world’s fattest and only flightless parrot species is bouncing back from the brink of extinction.
While most Catholics must give up the eating of flesh for Lent, Detroit-area Catholics have a special exception to eat muskrat.
The Eastern hellbender is set to become Pennsylvania's official amphibian.
Anti-vaxxers can no longer raise cash on GoFundMe as the fundraising platform cracks down on spreading misinformation about vaccines.
California is without drought for the first time in 7 years and the flowers are absolutely gorgeous.
A woman driving her car decided it was better that she immediately serve into a ditch than spend a single moment more with a spider that had hitched a ride.
The world’s largest plane has just completed its first successful test flight.
There is now a Bob Ross cereal that includes happy little marshmallow trees so your morning gets off on the right foot.
A stray dog has become the first canine ever to finish the grueling Marathon des Sables in Morocco.