Friday Links!From Kwadwo Burgee, and these are tragic (but it helps you understand the devastation), it's Satellite Photos of Japan, Before and After the Quake and Tsunami. And here are more personal photos, which are both gripping and heartbraking: Japan.
From Brad Brasfield, it's The Most Impressive Home Theater In The Entire Star System.
From Mr. Fritz, a terrific link about screenplays and the people who destroy them: Robbing From The Poor (Writer).
From Sirius, a touching idea: For Valentine's Day, Name A Roach After Your Loved One.
From Daniel Schoonover, and this is absolutely the single most incomprehensible unicycling video I've ever seen--a unicyclist who completed the Fargo Street Hill Climb. I ride that same size wheel, and believe me, that guy is Superman.
From Sebastian Morgan-Lynch, it's Pokemon's Ten Most Disturbing Pokedex Entries.
From Cliff Eyler, a remarkable discovery: Paleontologists find hoard of fossils, even a whale’s skeleton, near Va. quarry.
From Chris Meyer, and this is a fascinating story: The Sultan of Brunei's rotting supercar collection. Also, there's Real-life House From The Simpsons Once Existed Outside Vegas.
From Josh Eaves, the balloon house in "UP"-- in real life.
It's unlikely you'll ever need this information (hopefully), but if you ever do, it may save your life: The Mythbusters with an underwater car.
From David Gloier, and if you've ever cycled to a serious degree, you will find these very amusing: The Rules.