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Morning Cup of Links: The Worst of 'Star Trek'

Miss Cellania

Sell Your Furniture Online in 5 Simple Steps

Kill two birds with one stone: Make a profit while getting rid of your aging furniture.

Inuktitut, the Inuit Language Without an Alphabet

Kirstin Fawcett

The tongue is spoken among northern Canada's indigenous people. Here's how it's written.

30 GIFs That Capture What It’s Like to Move to L.A.

Shaunacy Ferro

Nothing distills the essence of looking for street parking like an endless loop.

15 of the Best Neighbors in History

Garin Pirnia

Happy National Good Neighbor Day!

Memorial to Fake Staten Island Ferry Octopus Attack Appears in NYC

Michele Debczak

The hoax has managed to fool a few tourists.

Archaeologists Excavate 200-Year-Old Manchester Pub

Anna Green

The find included several intact bottles of brandy.

Wondering Whether It's Cheaper to Fly or Drive? Check Out This Website

Anna Green

TravelMath helps travelers calculate the relative expenses of driving or flying to their destinations.

Why You Should Write Important Emails in the Afternoon

Shaunacy Ferro

A new survey finds that people make the least mistakes in the emails they send between 1 p.m. and 5 p.m.

The 'Bob's Burgers' Coloring Book Lets You Make the Burger Puns

Rebecca OConnell

You can also give the restaurant a new coat of paint.

6 Incredible True Stories from American History That Should Be Made Into Movies

Sulagna Misra

Paris Plans to Convert Highway Into Seine River Walkway

Kirstin Fawcett

The initiative is part of the city's plan to combat air pollution.

Want to Pass a Kidney Stone? Try Riding a Roller Coaster

Kirstin Fawcett

Disney World's Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, in particular.

Germany Prepares to Launch World’s First Hydrogen Passenger Train

Michele Debczak

The Coradia iLint reaches top speeds of 87 miles per hour.

The 14 Most Interesting Comics of September

Rich Barrett

Margaret Atwood, Image Comics, and DC's new Young Animal imprint highlight a busy September.

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