Friday Links!We're usually very light on links for Thanksgiving Week, but there's been a relative bonanza this year, so enjoy.
From Jonathan Arnold, and there's no other way to describe this than "ridiculously cute": Dinosaur Song.
From C. Lee, and this is both beautiful and striking: Tekken’s latest flipbook animation will leave you crying tears of gratitude.
From Matt Anderson, and well, soccer is important in France: France honours crazy pledges after Ukraine win.
From The Edwin Garcia Links Machine, and this is quite interesting, it's Ben Franklin’s Grave, Christ Church Burial Ground, Philadelphia.
From Shane Courtrille, and this is scary: Imagining the Post-Antibiotics Future.
From Jesse Leimkuehler, and this is a great read: My friend Lee Harvey Oswald.
From Sirius, and this is fantastic: A musical instrument invented by Leonardo da Vinci... maybe (updated). Also, and this is relatively terrifying, it's A visual history of nuclear weapons testing.
From Katy Mulvey, and this is absolutely fascinating: The United (Watershed) States of America.
From Steven Davis, and this is spectacular: Chinese wood art breaks record for longest carving out of single piece of timber. Also, and these are intricate and amazing: Five Astounding Animal Automata.
From Richard Matsunaga, and this is surreal: See-through fish reminds us that nature is way, way weirder than we can cope with.
From DQ Fitness Advisor Doug Walsh, and these images are fantastic: My technique for snowflakes shooting.
Finishing up, from Marc Klein, and this is a sad, sobering read: A Year After Jovan Belcher's Final Act, Friends Offer Clues to Tragic Downfall.