Friday Links!A little light with Thanksgiving week cutting e-mail volume in half, but we're still puttering along.
From Stephen Kreuch, another strange pillow (obviously, invented by the Japanese): Robotic bear pillow stops your snoring by gently mauling your face.
Adorably cute owl video.
DQ Rugby Advisor Scott Gould sent in what may be the most improbable scoring drive in rugby history (41 phases): Ronan O'Gara Winning Drop Goal v Northampton.
From Shane Courtrille, a remarkable project: The 10,000 Year Clock.
From Steve Davis, and this is so beautifully old-school: Mechanical Computer for Camera Settings.
From Jean-François Boismenu, a fascinating article about security, and how little we know about it: what you don't know about your Apps.
From Meg McReynolds, and this is fascinating: Why Is China Building These Gigantic Structures In the Middle of the Desert?
here's an absolutely terrific link from the Edwin Garcia Links Machine: Handmade Portraits: The Sword Maker.
From Sirius, and this is quite interesting: Europa appears to have an enormous lake of water. Also, this is intriguing, it's An "out-of-place-artifact" (OOPA) discovered in Alaska.