Friday Links!Leading off, from the Edwin Garcia Links Machine, and this is just a great read, it's How a Math Genius Hacked OkCupid to Find True Love. Next, and this is just incredible (not in a good way), it's *SCAM* Adam and Antony Murphy's Imaginears - UPDATE *SCAM*. This is quite interesting: The Subtle Art of Breaking Building Laws. One more, and it's the trailer for a documentary about the creation of Dungeons & Dragons: The Great Kingdom.
A slew of links from Kez. First, and this surprises no one, it's Miserable Men (Instagram). Next, and is one pissed off musician, it's Whitey/stay on the outside/Betty TV - London.
From Jonathan Arnold, and this is a pleasant, nostalgic blast from the past: Olde Baseball Cards.
From Sebastian Mankowski, and I know there's a lot of sentimental crap around the Olympics, but this is still quite affecting: Thank You, Mom | Pick Them Back Up.
From Sirius, and this is fascinating: Getting "knocked up" meant something different in Victorian England. Also, and this is amazing, it's There’s a 1,200-year-old Phone in the Smithsonian Collections.
From J.R. Parnell, and this is savagely amusing, it's 17 Images That Will Ruin Your Childhood.
From Connell Smith, and this is entirely brilliant, it's Delta's 80's In-Flight Safety Video.