No stranger to insensitivity, social media pours some salt in Brazil's wounds with a deluge of wisecracks.
Where we're going, we don't need those old roads. Buckle up and check out this amazing vision for a smart highway.
This phase of the Geek's Guide to Route 66 wraps up with some praise (and a little criticism) of the gadgets that came along for the ride. Here's a sneak preview: the iPad 2 wins awards as both the best and most frustrating.
Don't fence me in! Unless you do it with the thousands of fascinating barbed wire samples on display at the Devil's Rope Museum in McLean, Texas.
You've been looking for a way to spend your spare time. Why not restore a historic Route 66 motel like the Wagon Wheel in Cuba, Mo.? It will only take two years, your entire savings, and your every waking moment.
A small herd of massive fiberglass men haunt Route 66 in Illinois. Over 20 feet tall and weighing hundreds of pounds, these gentle giants hoist items like a rocket ship and a hot dog and hang out with a big pink elephant.
Geek's delight: Massive fiberglass statues dominate the parking lots and roadside attractions where they live.
Part 3 of the Geek's Guide to Route 66 finds our intrepid traveler descending into the belly of a big Blue Whale in Catoosa, Okla. Will she emerge alive?
A blogger with an iPad 2, hybrid car, two digital cameras, a Bluetooth keyboard, and a pair of five-toed shoes heads out to uncover the geeky goodness that lurks around the bend on Route 66.
The 2014 Silverado High Country is a big, beefy truck that boasts a level of standard and optional tech and amneities that's nearly comparable with one of GM's luxury sedans.