Morning Cup of Links: The Voyage of Voyager 1

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Thirty-five years after its launch, Voyager 1 is moving out of the solar system, and still transmitting data using technology from 1977. They just don't build things the way they used to.
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What Would Life Be Like In A World Without The Internet? Slower, friendlier, more personal …but it wouldn't automatically make you a better person.
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A rare Angolan colobus monkey was born at the Brookfield Zoo near Chicago. See pictures of this strange and adorable infant, and its even stranger-looking mother.
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Lululemon recalled a batch of yoga pants because you can see through them. Yoga instructors are confused, as yoga pants have always been see-through.
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Do We Need to Identify With a Protagonist to Enjoy a Novel? Maybe, but we don't have to like them.  
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29 Awesome Ways To Tell Everyone You're Pregnant. These announcements give a smile even to people who don't know the parents.  
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Fascinating Photos of Great Musicians’ Earliest Musical Endeavors. They look so young, because they were!
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See a view of Manhattan that you're not likely to ever see in real life. Photographer Patrick Cashin documented the construction of new tunnels dug for the East Side Access project, deep below the city streets.

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