Friday Links!Paradox is now one of my favorite gaming companies after reading this article: Inside Paradox, the strangest company in video games.
From Steven Davis, and this is quite spectacular: Ark Nova: World’s First Inflatable Concert Hall Will Tour Recovering Areas in Japan. Also, and this is amazing, it's Building a Low-Cost Nanoscope with Lego and Makeblock. One more, and this is both poignant and striking: 9,000 Fallen Soldiers Etched into the Sand on Normandy Beach to Commemorate Peace Day.
From Jesse Leimkuehler, and man, this is insane: Filmmaker comes face to face with black rhino. Also, and this is heartwarming: Okla. teen acts to right his father's wrong.
From Simon Jones, and this is magnificent: Minecrafting with OS OpenData (Great Britain).
Next, and I saw this last weekend, and this is quite provocative: Neville Chamberlain Was Right.
From The Edwin Garcia Links Machine, and this is incredible: Cameras capture eagle killing deer in Russia. Also, and this is stunning, it's The Map That Lincoln Used to See the Reach of Slavery. Next, and this is a terrific video: Jet World Masters 2013. One more, and it's an idiot alert: Video Shows Boaters Riding Into Waterspout. Next, and this is both terribly sad and beautiful: Pokemon grave stone fills me with all the feels.
From Jonathan Arnold, and I still find this surreal: Grooming the Champions of the Keyboard. Next, and this is downright frightening, it's This Hornet Will Be the Last Thing You See Before You Die.
From C. Lee, and this is entirely fantastic: Possibly the greatest textbook doodles of all time.
From Ryan Brandt, and these are just stunning: 31 Haunting Images of Abandoned Places That Will Give You Goose Bumps.
From Loyd Case, and this is some incredible unicycling: Ryan Kremsater and Jacob Spera: Atlantis.
From Wallace, and this is borderline creepy: Next Weekend This Abandoned Wizard of Oz Theme Park Will Open. Next, and this is required viewing, it's Size Comparison - Science Fiction spaceships.