Friday Links!Leading off this week, from Jarod Werbick, and this might be the single most incredible sports story I've ever read: The day Harry Redknapp brought a fan on to play for West Ham.
From Bill Hughes, and this is just beautiful: Orbits of Potentially Hazardous Asteroids.
From David Gloier, a link to a fantastic podcast on Action Park (at least the first half hour, and it's tremendous): JRJR Show #46 - Action Park, World's Most Dangerous Waterpark.
From DQ NASA Advisor John Harwood, and this is dense but excellent reading: Tales From The Lunar Module Guidance Computer.
From Keith Ganey, and hearing Richard Garriott talking about space is very, very interesting: The Moth and the World Science Festival Present Richard Garriott: The Overview Effect.
From The Edwin Garcia Links Machine, and this is fascinating: Albert Einstein Called Racism “A Disease of White People” in His Little-Known Fight for Civil Rights. Next, and this is utterly fantastic: HydraDeck Humans: Infinite Reality demo for Oculus Rift. Also, and is is tremendous: Spirits of Ásgarðr. Next, and this is going to blow your mind: 3-Sweep: Extracting Editable Objects from a Single Photo.
From Steven Davis, and this is terrific: Globemakers. Also, and is is incredible: Cross it off the list: This Robot will beat you at Air Hockey.
From C. Lee, and if you're interested in Final Fantasy, this is a must-see: All Your Complaints - History of Squaresoft pt. 2 "Final Fantasy".
From DQ Fitness Advisor Doug Walsh, and this is one hell of a skateboarding video (with a helicopter!): Bob Burnquist's "Dreamland" - A Backyard Progression.