Friday, September 28, 2012

Friday Links: September 28

Star Trek fan film with real Star Trek actors. Star Trek: Of Gods and Men.

Data crystals exist now. link

The Milky Way galaxy is surrounded by a shell of hot gas. [link]

I don't think the squirrel intended to do that.

Noises from the Dwarf (25 years of Red Dwarf). Returns Oct. 4. I think I'm tearing up a bit.

A page of issues with the new iPhone's map software. [link]

Kirk and Picard moaning about their cable service. [link]

The guys who made the Star Trek film at the top of today's post are working on another film. Hopefully they use this as their theme.

Birds on Twitter. [link]

Man has leg broken by a light snack. [link]

Dalek relaxation tape.

Red Dwarf cast are up for a Doctor Who crossover. [link]
Remember, before it was cancelled Star Trek: Enterprise had a Doctor Who crossover planned. So it's not beyond reason.

Senate Republicans kill veteran job bill just so it won't happen on Obama's watch. [link]

Coal mine owner closes mine without pay to make staff attend Romney rally and appear in campaign ad. [link]

Richard Thompson didn't get to finish his last comic strip. Here he talks about what he had planned and why it didn't happen. [link]

Browser playable NES games. I haven't tried them yet and make no claims about how well they work. [link]

Push to Reject - that would have streamlined my dating life in high school. [link]

"Tears of Steel" - a short film by the Blender Foundation.

One guy's application to get a job on the S.H.I.E.L.D. TV show.

Compilation of "There are two kinds of people in the world" scenes.

There are 10 kinds of people in the world: those who understand binary and those who don't.
There are 3 kinds of people in the world: those who are good at math and those who are not.

Cartoon using an audio clip from Portal.

Follow this link. []

I care little for this song, but I like the music video. [link]

Play Pong at a crosswalk.

An interview about getting the rights to real video game characters for Wreck-It Ralph. [link]

Orchestra Gangnam Style. [link]

Librarians with tattoos. [link]

Yummy's kitchen may need to be redesigned to accomodate this. [link]

Free Charlie Chaplin movies... I'm assuming. Haven't watched any yet. [link]

More about the Lowline. [link]

Online hitchhiking. [link]

The 25 words that make up modern television. [link]

Least and most common PIN numbers. [link]

They're fish and artists at the same time. [link]

Taking Ecstasy in an MRI machine. [link]

A dancing building. [link]

Lord Byron's copy of Frankenstein. [link]

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