Google invites students between the ages of 13 and 18 to enter their global online science fair. Prizes include a trip to the Galapagos islands and a trip to CERN. (via Discoblog)
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Down the Hatch and Straight Into Medical History. Dr. Chevalier Jackson kept objects that his patients swallowed or inhaled (and he removed) and his eccentric collection is now a museum exhibit. (via Bioephemera)
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Confessions of a Disney Employee. This animated story doesn't seem as long as it is because he tells it so well.
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If shoot-em-up games seem too dumb and word games are too boring, try a game that combines both. In Z-type, you type letters to shoot the words out of the air! (via J-Walk Blog)
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A photo collection in which one family tries, over and over, to take a picture of a black dog. After many snapshots that seem to have a hole cut in them, we finally get to see the dog. (via Metafilter)
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The map called Food By State assigns a representative food for each state. Enlarge to read the names and comment to argue about the selections. (via Laughing Squid)
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Absinthe is Legal Again – 11 Things You Need to Know. The most important being whether it is legal where you are.