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Morning Cup of Links: On the Trail of Dracula

Miss Cellania

8 Skeptical Early Reactions to Revolutionary Inventions

Shaunacy Ferro

Change is hard.

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Illusion Knitting Turns Angles and Stitches Into Hidden Art

Lela Nargi

Seen close-up and head-on, an illusion-knitted wall hanging might look like a mundane collection of stripes gently snagged by cat claws.

10 Members of Bob Ross's Happy Little Menagerie

Caitlin Schneider

“If you’re not careful, you can get attached to these little rascals—and I do. They’re very, very special to me.”

Google Researchers Develop an AI That Can Navigate the London Underground

Shaunacy Ferro

Google's DeepMind project has developed an artificial intelligence system that can reason through complicated problems using memory.

50 Punny Bar and Restaurant Names From Across the U.S.

Alvin Ward

When naming these bars and restaurants, their owners got punny.

Jumping Spiders Can Hear Just Fine, Thank You Very Much

Kate Horowitz

Scientists previously believed the tiny arachnids could only hear noises a few centimeters away.

Skydiver Loses His Shoe—And Somehow Catches It Mid-Fall

Rebecca OConnell

That's one lucky catch.

Brexit Fallout Leads to Shortage of Marmite in the UK

Michele Debczak

The plummeting pound spells bad news for the yeast spread.

10 Video Game Easter Eggs That Took Years to Discover

Rudie Obias

Some games have secrets to tell well after they hit store shelves.

Watch the Perilous (and Poetic) Sport of Bull-Leaping

Kirstin Fawcett

José Manuel Medina doesn’t fight bovines—he flips over them.

Infographic: The Most Unique Pizza Toppings by City

Jake Rossen

Lobster pizza in Boston might not surprise you, but some others will.

What the Color of Your Pee Can Tell You About Your Health

Kirstin Fawcett

Just because it's yellow doesn't mean everything's mellow.

6 Steps for Disputing an Error on Your Credit Report

Kate Rockwood

A 2012 study by the Federal Trade Commission found that one in four people found errors on their credit reports that might affect their scores.