The Library of Congress has an extensive online collection of historic sound recordings going back over 100 years called National Jukebox. Select from classical, ragtime, opera, gospel, and ethnic music as well as spoken word recordings, and never insert a quarter! (Thanks, Rich!)
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Ben Greenman’s Museum of Silly Charts. He found making graphs to be like eating potato chips -one just leads to another and another. (via Metafilter)
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The torch is passed. Calvin is all grown up with a daughter (named Bacon), but Hobbes is still there. (via Neatorama)
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Inside the Black Market Intern Economy. At the bottom you'll find a slide show of the 9 types of interns. (via Buzzfeed)
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A giant labyrinth game uses a bowling ball instead of a marble. Oh, you can still tilt the table, but you'll need a remote control to do it.
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May Is Zombie Awareness Month. Believe me, if I was aware of a zombie anywhere near, I wouldn't care what month it is!
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6 Bizarre Explanations from the set of Roseanne. I don't know why they even bothered trying to explain things that obviously just don't make sense.