Friday Links!From C. Lee, and this is outstanding: 8 Memorable Comics Screw-Ups.
From DQ VB.Net Advisor and author Garret Rempel, and this is fascinating: You'd have to be smart to walk this lazy... and people are. Also, and this is entirely wonderful: P.K. Subban donates $10M to Montreal Children's Hospital.
From Maxime Tremblay, and this is going to significantly change pro sports: How the NFL—not the NSA—is impacting data gathering well beyond the gridiron.
From DQ Reader My Wife, and none of this is surprising: 20 Laziest Things That Students Have Ever Done.
From Brian, another excellent video of artisanal spoofery: Timmy Brothers – Water Makers.
From Steven Davis, and this is scary: Zero Tolerance for Childhood. Next, and this is a fascinating (and cautionary) article: How to build a sports superstar in 2015: The engineering of 15-year-old Josh McKenzie. Also, and this is sobering, it's When you can't play ball for your school because you're poor.
From Marc Klein, and this is a cautionary tale: You Aren't Good Enough to Win Money Playing Daily Fantasy Football.
This is a very sad story with poignant images: Ansel Adams’ Rare Photos of Everyday Life in a Japanese Internment Camp.
This is an astonishing (and fascinating) story: The Trials of Ed Graf. One more, and it's excellent: Palm to Palm with an Ancient Human Relative.