What else are smart phones good for? Putting on electro pop shows, apparently, such as when this girl performs 'Poker Face' with four iPhones.
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There are plenty of strange creatures out there today, but some of the weirdest and wildest are (unfortunately ... well, in most cases) extinct. Here are ten of the strangest beasts to ever live.
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The Magnificent Wooden Figures: Reviving an Ancient Art 
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I love art and photography, so to me this is rivaled only by yesterday's pictures inside waves - inspiring, unbelievable pictures of sleeping insects covered in morning dew (ok yes I first read that as "mountain dew," too).
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There are too many links with fantastic pics this week - here's another batch: 15 Awesome Secret Indoor Gardens.
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Using that faithful site Wild Mood Swings, Flossy reader Amy stumbled across that mythical story "Gadsby," y'know, the one written with over 50,000 words none of which contain the letter "E"? It's now online in full for you perusal.
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From Jan, one of links-finder extraordinaires, 15 beautiful and unique chess sets (even if you don't play you'll still appreciate the ingenuity and craftsmanship of some of these).
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So occasionally Robert Blaser from Reuters reminds us of jobs we DON'T want (wrangling crocodiles, being a target for a professional knife thrower, etc), but here's one on the opposite end of the spectrum from Larry Fire: apply for your dream job as a Honeymoon Tester.
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From the Department of Love it or Leave it: London's ArcelorMittal Orbit Tower for the Olympics (I'm in the "er, leave it" category I think. Does that make me an architectural philistine?)
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Finally, modernity meets history with these altered antique plates.
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Thanks as always to everyone who sent in links this week - keep it up! Wipe the pollen off your keyboards and get to searching, and send all submissions to FlossyLinks@gmail.com. Have a great week!