Friday Links!Leading off, from DQ Legal Advisor Lee Rawles, and this is beautiful: Photographer Klaus Leidorf’s Aerial Archaeology. Also, and this is mesmerizing: Cyberthreat Real-time Map.
From Sirius, and this is a fascinating story: Der Fartenführer: The Story of Hitler’s Illnesses. Also, and this is a terrific Tumblr: The Soul is Bone.
From Wallace, and this is terrific: The Steamboat Arabia. Next, and this is an excellent read--about the "invention" of jaywalking: Murder Machines: Why Cars Will Kill 30,000 Americans This Year. One more, and it's a compulsively readable website: Roadfood.
From Kez, and these are all stories about an epic game jam failure. First, it's How The Most Expensive Game Jam In History Crashed And Burned In A Single Day. Next, it's “GAME_JAM” and the Power of Integrity. One more: Let’s talk about accountability.
From C. Lee, and this is outstanding: Small microbes almost killed all life on Earth, study suggests. Also, and this is an excellent time-waster, it's Are you scientifically literate? Take our quiz.
From DQ VB.NET Advisor Garret Rempel, and it was 75F here today (but I don't live in Winnipeg): New reports of frozen pipes still coming in.
From Craig Miller, and this is quite a read: The Wolf Hunters of Wall Street: An Adaptation From ‘Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt,’ by Michael Lewis.
Finally, and there couldn't be a better birthday present, from Steven Kreuch: A blast from the past: 'Action Park' is back for the summer.