Friday has arriiiiiived!
So fast. But it’s not done yet. There’s still time for these links!
“Before we all lose our minds over who wins big at the 60th annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, it might be helpful to remember that the Grammys have always been lousy at celebrating the present and even worse at predicting the future.”
The Washington Post’s Chris Richards re-picks the past 38 years of Grammies, focusing on the really innovative works versus corporate (or “who knows why”) winners.
Some great choices here.
“Have a scale model of your home built exclusively out of Lego pieces! Celebrate your home with this creative art form and the perfect addition to your home decor!”
Pricey, but pretty cool.
This artist accepts an image of your face – only one face in the image, very important – and creates a custom insert for your toaster to “print” that face on your toast.
It looks like a lot of people didn’t get that point about the one face only, but what a clever idea!
A map quiz game where you have to accurately guess how much larger one country is versus another.
I scored 64%! They’re pretty picky about the accuracy of the sizing.
“The United States Capitol subway system was first built in 1909 to link the US Capitol to the Russell Senate Office Building.”
I had no idea! (But also: I’ve never been, yet.)
Suggested by Tamara H.
And there we go.
Happy Friday everybody.