Just a note to say that online scams are extremely rampant this year. Please take a moment during the holidays to inform your family and loved ones about how to protect themselves from getting ripped off this season.
Seriously it’s beyond anything I’ve seen in previous years. That’s because the scams were most likely successful in the past.
With that said: Here are your Friday Links!
Mr. Houha makes beautiful, intricate models that are flat packed for you to build yourself at home.
These are beautiful.
Enter a TV show title and this tool will graph the ratings of every episode based on ratings data from IMDB.
This is a genius idea!
I notice it doesn’t catch several Netflix shows, so it may skew more towards traditional broadcasters. Still! Great idea.
A software and hardware suite for creating, lighting, and interacting with 3D holograms.
This feels very futuristic. Really well done.
Click to jump, click and hold to jump higher. Avoid rotating saws. Go!
Surrrrre you can. This frustrating game is like Flappy Bird but… now with rotating saws.
Sent in by Alexis S. (Who hates it, but is addicted.)
This is where we are, in 2017.
In light of this horrible string of sexual assaults coming to light (at last,) here’s a semi-handy tool for “not all men”.
It’s not funny. None of this is funny. But if this shines even more of a light on the ongoing sexual assaults being uncovered on a daily basis: good.
(Also: when will someone build the Trump Russia Denial Generator?)
I hope your Friday is excellent. And for my American friends, I hope your thanksgiving was full of food, and decidedly not full of political discomfort.
See you next week!