A frightening(ly fascinating) update on the Robot Revolution. Kinetic sculptor and artist Theo Jansen builds 'strandbeests' from yellow plastic tubing, which evolve over time. Can you imagine sitting on the beach and having one of these things coming at you?" [Thanks Paul for the warning link!]
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As most of you know, Shakespeare coined a great many words and phrases we use today … as has the Bible! And men on the high seas, as well. And more! So study up and then take the Bible or the Bard? quiz (well I promised you a second shameless plug, didn't I?)
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Now that Angry Birds is on Chrome and Google Plus, I am one of the many devoted fans. For those who have played the game, would you be afraid to drink this Angry Coffee? What is (and where was) the best coffee art you've ever seen, Flossers? And can you do it yourself?
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Try you hand at this memory pairing game, and report back with your score. Par is 404, and I birdied at 284, which I am quite proud of!
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The Hamilton Pool Nature Preserve in Texas may not look real, but the collapsed grotto and canyon, formed by thousands of years of water erosion, results in a lush and stunning oasis.
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There is never not a good time to talk about The Lion King, my favorite Disney film of all time! And here are 17 things you might not know about it.
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An amazing online anthology of English literature (including some links to audio recordings of the material!)
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For those who love their local Police Blotter, these 10 Terribly Bungled Crimes will be right up your alley!
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