Friday Links!Leading off, from The Edwin Garcia Links Machine, a wonderful animated short: Adam and Dog. Also, and this explains why seemingly every Russian car has one: Dash-cams: Russia's Last Hope for Civility and Survival on the Road. Next, and this is excellent: Asteroid Discovery - 1980-2012 - UHDTV. One more, and it's terrific: Optical Calibration Targets. Last one, and it's an excellent read: Bengali Harlem: Author documents a lost history of immigration in America.
From Meg McReynolds, and this is wonderful: Infographic: A Map Of All The Action In Star Wars And Indiana Jones, Also, and this is totally fascinating: Infographic: An Amazing, Invisible Truth About Wikipedia.
From Jonathan Arnold, and these images are tremendous: Snowstorm dumps on Northeast. Also, and these are phenomenal, it's Hyper-real and very cool Star Wars art. One more, and this is my favorite link of the week: The Man Behind the Brilliant Media Hoax of "I, Libertine". Wait, one more and it's also amazing: The Secret Life of Scientists.
Matt Sakey's excellent Culture Clash column has a new installment, and this time, it's That Used To Be Us.
From Derek Krause, and this is utterly fascinating:Describing Colors To Blind People.
From Sirius, and this is a wonderful image: How to wait in line.
From Rob Swaringen, and boy, is this illuminating: The Geography of Happiness According to 10 Million Tweets. Shreveport, to no one's surprise, is the fourth unhappiest city in America. Well, actually, I'm surprised it didn't crack the top three.