Weekend Links: Can You Build a Human Body?

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Robot Revolution / Cylon update: under the category of bionics / Dr Frankenstein, "Can you build a human body?"
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An addicting little game that you should be able to figure out most of the rules for yourself (there are some I still don't understand, but oh well!) I have no idea how many levels there are, I played to Level 7 before I had to move on and get some more work done!
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From NPR, "Does A Chocolate Habit Help Keep You Lean?" This falls under the category of "things I choose to believe despite questionable presentation of the facts!"
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The New York Times has a stunning report on the strangest of concepts: how your brain works like a Turkish Bath House. More info on the methodology can be found here.

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Literary styles: 15 writers' bedrooms. Which ones do you like or dislike? Which one is the most like your current room?
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I'm a big fan of HBO programming, and with so many expensive, marquee shows and such a relatively small audience compared to the networks, how exactly does HBO make money? Slate explains. (And speaking of which, the second season of "Game of Thrones" starts tonight, who's excited?!)
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From my friend Matthew L, pictures from a Chinese gangster's phone and the story behind them.
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Wanderlust: mapping out some of history's greatest journeys.
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Just when you think we've found all of the ways to use most of the Earth's nonrenewable resources, think again! Here are 4 Rare Earth Elements That Will Only Get More Important.
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Thanks to everyone who sent in links this week - keep it up! Email your suggestions to FlossyLinks@gmail.com.

April 1, 2012 - 7:26am
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