Phillip Mendonça-Vieira accidentally found himself in the possession of 12,000 screenshots of the New York Times homepage, which he arranged into a video for your perusal. There are some stories that were so big you can follow them even at this breakneck speed. (via Laughing Squid)
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Romance novelists find out that literal bodice ripping was never easy. Deeanne Gist wanted her writing to be historically accurate, so she studied actual Victorian underwear and shares her research with other writers. (via Metafilter)
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Geeks warn us about geek bullies in this parody of anti-bullying PSAs. Or maybe it's not a parody after all, since I've seen this type of snobbery all over the internet.
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Can Harry Potter win an Oscar? The critics love the latest film, so this may be the year the franchise breaks through at the Academy Awards.
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Through the ages, the classiest cars always had fancy hood ornaments. Now you only see them on antique cars -or as art objects by themselves.
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Ranking the 5 Dumbest Categories of People on the Internet. You already guessed YouTube commenters, didn't you? (via Film Drunk)
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A small kitten plays with a small box on a slippery floor. What more can you ask for?
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Hollywood Miscalculations: 5 Famous Actors and the Roles They Turned Down. Despite these miscalculations, none of the five starved to death.