Friday, January 03, 2014

Friday Links: January 3

What Does the Christmas Display Say?

Back to the Future theme, acoustic guitar version.

You won't be able to float tomorrow or ever. [link]

"It's a Wonderful Life" was considered communist propaganda. [link]

Official: Sherlock Holmes is in the public domain. [link]

50 Years of Doctor Who illustrated like the "Take On Me" music video.

A much expanded version of the Max Headroom television hack. [link]

I wish this MechWarrior were real. [link]

A patent on walking through walls? [link]

There’s a bacterium on a diatom on an amphipod on a frog on a bump on the log in the hole in the bottom of the sea. [link]

A moveable model of weather patterns. [link]

Google buys more robots. [link]

Chocolate milk may be a good sports drink. [link]

Freshwater reserves found under continental shelves. [link]

Pretty damn good Elvis sound-alike on a French Canadian radio station.

Court says NSA phone data collection unconstitutional.

There's a tiny sculpture on the Moon. [link]

Goats on a dam. [link]

The 24 school shootings you didn't hear about. [link]
Did we not hear about them because it was generally agreed that talking about them encourages more shootings.

An article about the author's inability to recognize faces. [link]

Violent criminals just never left their terrible twos. [link]

One of Edward Snowden's NSA coworkers talks about working with him. [link]

Most amazing science pics and films of 2013. [link]

Best media corrections of 2013. [link]

Great golf shot.

"The Life of Plants" has been thoroughly debunked. [link]
Aw, I remember reading about some of the findings back in middle school.

Man emerges from bunker 14 years after Y2K. [link]

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