Jean-François Rauzier makes huge high-resolution pictures with amazing attention to detail. Hyperphotos are his way of combining "infinitely big and infinitely small things in one same image." (via J-Walk Blog)
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A 1943 newsreel from the U.S. Office of War Information explains the internment camps for Japanese-Americans, with the expected patriotic spin. That video is followed by George Takei's personal remembrance of the experience.
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10 Hilariously Dated News Reports on "New" Technologies. Wonder at the first remote control, the microwave oven, and this newfangled thing they call "internet." (via The Daily What)
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How many internet memes are incorporated in this music video? All of them! But you won't catch them all the first time around. (via Laughing Squid)
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Funny or Die recruited everyone in Hollywood for the sequel to When Harry Met Sally -except Meg Ryan. This movie stars Helen Mirren and includes an unexpected twist. NSFW language.
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Luna the Leaping Cow. When you want to showjump and don't have a horse, you make do with what you have.
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What You Didn’t Know About the Lincoln Assassination. The real story has enough plot points to fuel several films, but as fiction they would be critiqued as "unbelievable."