Friday Links!Leading off this week, from C. Lee, and this is an incredible story: The murder that has obsessed Italy. Also, and someone should do this here, it's Small Hokkaido bookshop’s unique service is getting business from all over Japan.
From Steven Davis, and this is fascinating: the long and intensive process to create a hand-colored lithograph. Also, and this is incredible: A Rare Flipped Iceberg in Antarctica Photographed by Alex Cornell.
From Eric Higgins-Freese, and this is mandatory reading for all of us: How the Oreo was Invented.
From The Edwin Garcia Links Machine, and this is amazing: 132-year-old rifle found leaning on tree in Nevada park. Next, and this is brilliant, it's Animator Dillon Markey Reinvents the Failed Nintendo Power Glove as an Indispensable Stop-Motion Animation Tool. Also, and this is quite remarkable (I guess it's a "technology dance"): Pixel - extraits.
This is a terrific story about living in Whittier, Alaska, surely one of the oddest places to live on Earth: The Alaska Town Living Under One Roof. Also, and I didn't know there was a word for this: What High-Speed Cameras Can Tell Us About the Smell of Rain. One more, and it's both sports and boardgame related: The Packers Got Everyone in Green Bay Playing Settlers of Cataan.
From Jonathan Arnold, and if you want to go to Mars someday, you'll want to read this: All You Have Eaten.
From Meg McReynolds, and this explains quite a lot: The Psychological Reason 'Billie Jean' Kills at Weddings.