Game: 3 Slices - Make as much red fall away as you can with only 3 cuts. [link]
History of hookworms in The South. [link]
A tree house for adults. [link]
A zoomable, panable copy of the first map to use the name America. [link]
How to get raccoons to feed on your body without getting hurt. [link]
A sunken bridge. [link]
The recovery of Gabriel Gifford's brain. [link]
"To Make Small Beer" - George Washington's beer recipe. [link]
Real turkeys are making a comeback, but they're still damn expensive compared to the big flavorless ones. [link]
Cute little white kiwi has surgery. [link]
Carved axe handle. [link]
Guns from an airplane buried in the muck since WWII still fire. [link]
"The Doors" singing the theme to "Reading Rainbow". [link]
Super hydrophobic spray-on stuff.
Attn: Avengers - Do not do any of this stuff. [link]
Long, long ago, when I was in a university far, far away...
The internet was still a new creation and e-mail a novelty. That's when I saw the beginning of this project. It's Star Wars redone in animated ASCII art. Years later and he's still only up to "Aren't you a little short for a stormtrooper?" [link]
Remember when Reagan tried to have ketchup classified as a vegetable so they could cut costs on school lunches? Congress is trying to do the same to keep pizza on the menu. [link]
I understand that Obama is trying to make school lunches healthier. However, having eaten school lunches I remember that pizza was one of the few things served that could be identified as a specific food. Pizza day was the only day that we could look forward to lunch and, to a lesser extent, school. I know that's not why the GOP is trying to block this. They're blocking it because Obama proposed it.
Lessons learned from watching kids play video games. [link]
It cracked me up, but that could just be because I played the games and I've watched neighbor kids play games.
Iran launched a monkey into space. They don't talk about the mission because it failed. The nature of the failure is unknown. [link]
A blog that shows the creativeness of people during the recent Thailand flood. [link]
I've been programming since I was 8. You know, back when BASIC came on absolutely everything. If you want to take it up today you need to be a bit more driven. This kid wanted to learn how to make iPad apps and talks about his quest. [link]
Drug developed to get rid of fat in chimps. [link]
Dr Who fans shouldn't be scared off by the copious use of the word "adipose".
Feed words into this and it builds them into a tree showing how they connect to "philosophy" on Wikipedia. [link]
$30 billion per year is given to people who are already millionaires. [link]
2011 National Geographic photo contest entries. [link]
The woman who does the voice behind many airports and train stations. [link]
NASA needs astronauts. And I need better eyes to apply. [link]
Find the right drink for the right music genre. [link]
In the tl;dr category we have the shredding of a quack anti-vaccine "documentary". I got about 1/3rd of the way through. It's well done, but preaching to the choir. [link]
“If you suddenly think Stephen Colbert is truly right wing, that’s when I would worry.” An article about the study of sarcasm. [link]