Today we're replaying our interview with the creator of The Oatmeal, Matt Inman (Original air date: 3/16/11).
Ding ding, round two. Internet comic The Oatmeal is being sued by a greeting-card shop owner who claims the comic's name infringes its Oatmeal Studios trademark.
Like his "Up Goer Five" explanation of Saturn V rockets, Randall Munroe's next book marries a highly constrained vocabulary with detailed diagrams to explain everything from planes to plate tectonics.
One of the 20th century's leading seismologists was a Danish woman who transformed our understanding of one of Earth's deepest mysteries.
Could a common fungus found in decaying soil, leaves and fruit power aircraft? Scientists from Washington State University think so.
Careless kittens, cards, Kickstarter and The Oatmeal combined to bust crowdfunding records. CNET chats with Matthew Inman, and it's not all SFW.
We interview Matthew Inman of the Oatmeal about his new project Exploding Kittens, a wildly imaginative card game that surpassed $4 million in Kickstarter funding in less than a week.
A new card game involving ticking kitten time bombs goes bonkers on Kickstarter as The Oatmeal fans and other backers clamor to fund its existence.
The CinniBird lets you write messages on your mashed potatoes or draw smiley faces on your oatmeal. Now that's a pen.
A new Indiegogo campaign lets you get your name or a short phrase (or even a haiku!) on a brick in the upcoming museum for the storied inventor.