Nov. 30th, 2012

There goes November…

Time for some Friday Links!!

» Guy Dresses Up as Facebook Users and Sends them Friend Requests

Funny and definitely strange. I like.
Discovered by Jessica W.

» 8-Bit Pop-Up Cards

Just in time for the holidays… 😉
Great idea.

» Buzzfeed: What Happened When NYU Students Discovered They Could E-Mail 40,000 People At Once

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Funny, in a nerdy kind of way.
Sent in by many subscribers.

» Old Spice Saves The World

“A video game made to stop an actual event that might happen if an ancient civilization was as smart as we think.”
I have no words really. Play it. You will laugh.
Sent along by Josh S. and Gino F.

Bonus Link!

» Amazing Animations of Fruit and Vegetable MRIs

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Beautiful. Odd.
Sent along by Hannah J.

Have a happy Friday people. See you in a week.

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Nov. 23rd, 2012

It’s US Thanksgiving Week Friday!

Which I guess is called “black Friday”, but I just call it “Friday”.

Fascinating, I know… Let’s begin!

» Dronestagram

Surveillance images from numerous US drones which are processed through Instagram filters. Kind of fascinating.

» A Conversation with Michael Manoogian

“Whether we know it or not, we all grew up with Michael Manoogian’s design work in our lives. Since the late 1960s, Manoogian has been hand-crafting stunning and time-tested typographic logos for clients in the music and entertainment industries.”
I liked it. It’s getting harder and harder to imagine how things got made before Adobe’s Photoshop or Illustrator were invented.

» Ants Magazine: 50 Amazing reflections of things on water droplets

Beautiful.
Sent along by Jason L.

» Achievement Unlocked

From the people who brought us the This Is The Only Level series.
Funny and addictive.

Bonus Link!

» Instant Cosby

“Click anywhere for a fresh Cosby.”
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Odd. Funny!

Happy Friday and have a lovely weekend everybody.

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Nov. 16th, 2012

Friday’s back in town! And not a moment too soon.

Link time…

» 100,000 Stars

A Google Chrome experiment which plots the location (using astrometric databases and catalogues) of 100,000 “nearby” stars.
Beautiful.
Note: called a Chrome experiment because it predominantly works in the Chrome web browser.

» 2012 Photomicrography Competition: Winners

Another year, another “Cosmarium sp. (desmid) near a Sphagnum sp. leaf (100x)”
Quite beautiful.

» No Pattern Required: Sara’s Dream TV – The Kuba Komet!

This is the craziest vintage TV I think I’ve ever seen. I wonder if their creators are still around. Insane.

» GIRP

Another challenging game from the creators of QWOP and CLOP (both previously featured on the Friday Links.)
Sent along by Gino F. Great find.

Bonus Link!

» Literally Unbelievable

“Stories from The Onion as interpreted by Facebook”
I’m finding more and more frequently there’s a portion of the population who have no idea that The Onion is not a genuine news website. It’s kind of funny / sad.
Sent along by Eileen K.C.

Have a great weekend everybody. And remember: Only 39 shopping days until Xmas…

Happy Friday.

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Nov. 9th, 2012

Phew. Hello Friday! At last…

If you’re like me, you probably want a few links right about now.

» White People Mourning Romney

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Thank you again, Tumblr.
Speaking of Romney, how about this little mishap? 😉

» Look At This Photograph

Upload an image and Nickelback will sing their iconic single “Photograph” while holding it.
You’re welcome.
Sent along by Kate S.

» Creative Photos of Kids Enjoying Make-Believe Activities at Home

“British advertising photographer Tim MacPherson has a wonderful series of photographs showing children having fun in imaginary worlds created out of ordinary objects. Kids are seen couch surfing, skiing down stairs, and horseback riding on shelves.”
Adorable! Sent in by Bonnie P.

» Into Space 2

Help launch a rocket. Sounds easy…

Bonus Link!

» StarWarigami

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Some of these are pretty impressive.

Enjoy the rest of your mid-Autumn Friday everybody.

See you next week.

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Nov. 2nd, 2012

Hey-ho, Friday friends!

I think we’re ready for some Friday Links. Let’s go.

» The Big Picture: Hurricane Sandy

Davastating. Sent in by several subscribers.

» Branding The Presidents

Clever. I like it!

» Styleblaster

“Styleblaster is Williamsburg’s premier live fashion blog, documenting the style of today.”
These are all unsuspecting passers-by. Kinda funny.

» Nuke Gun

A panicky little shooter. Fun!

Bonus Link!

» Lydia Callis’s Face For NYC Mayor

Lydia Callis is the sign language interpreter for New York mayor Bloomberg.
She’s very, uh…, expressive.

Have another wonderful Friday. It’s the best day of the week!

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