Pompeians, they're just like us! Check out this translated graffiti from Antiquity, which reads pretty similar to the kind of stuff you see scrawled on virtual or actual walls today [light language warning - they're Pompeians, after all!]
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A list of some everyday sort of mysteries, solved succinctly for your convenience by the Library of Congress!
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I was watching this cool video illustrating Laminar Flow (sort of a real-life Undo) just as my iTunes flipped over to "Valse d'Amelie," which served as a perfect soundtrack (the video and the song are almost exactly the same length, as well). Try both at once if you can, it makes the whole thing even better! (to get it nearly perfect, let the song play for about 10 seconds before starting the video)
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So how does fire behave in zero gravity? It looks a little confused.
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Avoid being rude or being take for a ride with this handy guide for tipping etiquette around the world. Which country gets it right, Flossers? A tough question, I know!
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There is a secret kitten in this video, can you find it? "Behind every kitten is … another adorable kitten."
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For designers, but also for anyone looking to jazz up an invitation or flyer: 26 beautiful (and free!) retro fonts.
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Bizarre Things from the Internet: you can now play around with Nic Cage's disembodied head. Personally I found the experience both soothing and terrifying.
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