Friday Links!From Robin Clarke, and this is entirely remarkable: Getting Up: The Tempt One Story.
From Sirius, and this continues to be a remarkable course of discovery:Siberian Discovery Suggests Almost All Dinosaurs Were Feathered.
From Wallace, and Valve certainly knows how to take the piss out of themselves: Valve Time.
From John Willcocks, or rather, his wife: The Unexpected Joy Of A Copenhagen Metro Commute.
From Craig Miller, and this is a fantastic read: THE HARGRAVE FOUR: THEY WERE ALL DESTINED FOR NFL STARDOM, UNTIL EVERYTHING FELL APART. Sorry about the caps. This is a magnificent piece of writing.
From Marc Klein, and this is very poignant: The Tattered, Haunting Remains of Abandoned Airports. Another aviation-related story: An Ingenious Plane Design That Makes Room for Your Carry-Ons.
From The Edwin Garcia Links Machine, and this is fascinating: What is this machine inside a secret underground room under NYC? Also, and this is quite interesting, it's Measuring cultural evolution by tracking where notable people were born, died.
From Michael M., and this is just an amazing story: Octopus mom's incredible record: 53 months with eggs in Monterey Bay.
From Brian Witte, and this is stunning: Nasa validates 'impossible' space drive.