A Manhattan Supreme Court justice grants a woman permission to serve her elusive husband divorce papers via a private Facebook message. Is this a sign of what's to come?
It took four years for artist Bernard Szukiel to build a paper model that Han Solo would've been honored to pilot. Crave chats with the artist about his amazing "Star Wars" papercraft.
Inventor Seth Wheeler defined the role and roll of modern toilet paper with a series of fascinating patents from the late 1800s.
New attention shines on an old patent as social media revives the great over-or-under toilet paper debate.
Technically Incorrect: Can this be done? Is it for real? Please take a look and decide whether folding an apparently ordinary piece of paper solves an eternal problem.
This week on Crave, we have front seats to the Large Hadron Collider Opera, read books with the help of a finger-mounted camera for the sight-impaired and go back to the days of pen and paper with Rocketbook, an old-school notebook with a very modern twist. It's an all new Crave!
A notebook of the future allows you to easily backup handwritten documents and erase the contents inside with a 30-second-run in the microwave. Wait, what?
The Rocketbook is a regular paper notebook. But a couple of technological tricks make it easy to electronically back up its contents and erase the pages.
Technically Incorrect: Some schools in the Chicago area decide that the traditional methods of testing kids are more reliable.
A humble coffee cup has big aspirations to become a forest of trees with a Kickstarter that embeds native seeds in a paper cup.