Extra! Extra! Read All About It: The Dead Sea Scrolls go online - "The documents are in an ultra-high resolution format and reveal details previously invisible to the naked eye." I'm pretty sure this is what the wonder of the Internet was made for. Now if only they could incorporate LOLcats …
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Doodling taken to a whole new level: "Notes On Biology" is an epic stop motion animation featuring a robot elephant (not part of the robot revolution, though - this one I support!)
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Department of D'awwww: Roman-era couple held hands for 1,500 years.
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Of the many possible pop culture artifacts to be made subject to Tim Gunn's "make it work!" eye, "Star Trek" seems unlikely. Yet true! Tim Gunn critiques "Star Trek" fashion.
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Maybe I should have put this with the Halloween links: Check out the Mariana Trench, shown to unsettling scale.
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Did you know America has a National Jukebox? Sure - any music that is now in the public domain. Granted, most of it is from the early 20th century, but that was a great time to music! Tune in, turn it up and check out.
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People for whom Twitter was invented (and instead we get people like this) - the art of the celebrity takedown (celeb on celeb crime! Word crime, anyway).
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Beautiful: the astounding design of Eixample, Barcelona (if you look towards the sea you can see the barrio where my friends and I stayed last spring!). Have any of you been to see Sagrada Familia?
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