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February 16, 2011

The most fearless animal in all the animal kingdom? . SLYT Oh, the Honey Badger's just crayzee. (thanks to not_on_display at that OtherFilter)

February 13, 2011

Interactive map of Tahrir Square - (apparently Mubarak's time in power makes him the third longest serving Egyptian leader of the last 5000 years)

February 12, 2011

On photographing army ants - being a short treatise on the importance of rubber and benadryl. more inside
Must the multiverse come from a Big Bang? Does the idea of parallel universes resonate much?

February 10, 2011

Class Of 2011: If Social Media Were a High School

February 08, 2011

A fake movie site is the front for the latest New Pornographers video, a star-studded, high-production megaspoof. (yes, it's cynical viralbait but I don't care - just enjoy).

February 05, 2011

Bioluminescence courtesy of Synechococcus. Wonderful.

February 04, 2011

Journal of Universal Rejection No page fees, no submission anxiety, no articles accepted.
NOM NOM NO NO Proudly controversial webcomicker Zach Weiner's "Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal" did a comic that the anti-gay "National Orginization for Marriage" interpreted as showing a 'technological threat to traditional marriage', so they put it on their blog (currently down), by 'hotlinking' it. So Weiner changed the image (totally SFW).

February 02, 2011

Who needs online-dating? As a rule, the ASPCA's advertising and promotion avoids the kind of controversy that (for example) PETA pursues. In light of that, its Valentines Day campaign for pet adoption is either immensely cute or rather creepy. (I guess it depends on what you're looking for in a date.)

January 29, 2011

CollegeRadioMap.com. Listen to college radio. 100% non-commercial.
Yale Online Courses has an awesome course called Global Problems in Population Growth. (According to the current issue of National Geographic, sometime this year global population will hit 7 billion. Didn't we just pass 6 billion a while ago?) The Yale Online Courses are free. Global Problems of Population Growth is by far the best of the courses I've listened to. It's appropriate to MoFi because it illustrates some of the similarities among primates. more inside

January 27, 2011

Gorilla that walks like a man in a gorilla suit. A 21 year old gorilla has learned to walk like a man. "Those damn dirty apes!" more inside

January 21, 2011

Snub-Nosed Monkey from National Geographic Cute, bundled up for the cold, very blond (this variety is the 'golden snub-nosed') and kinda alien-looking (according to the guy I stole this from). All together now: AAWWWWWWW...

January 20, 2011

Old postcards invaded by aliens. Portfolio.

January 16, 2011

Worth 100,000 Words, More or Less Some designer dude set out to make 100 Logos in 100 Days, at least 37 of which are better than that Gap logo.
Wikipedia – an unplanned miracle. "Every day since its birth 10 years ago, Wikipedia has got better. Yet it's amazing it even exists."

January 13, 2011

Where zebras are considered threatening... I wish I could say this was some brain-dead part of Texas or West Virginia or even Montana, but it actually happened 30 miles north of me adjacent to Hearst Castle, where they do keep zebras.

January 12, 2011

This makes my nose hurt. Short version: guy gets shot in the head. And then...sneezes out the bullet.

January 11, 2011

This makes my teeth hurt. Short version: old home gets renovated, then sold. And then... this will bruise your inner aesthete.
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