Friday LinksFrom Geoff Engelstein, and this is interesting data: NHL Coaches Are Pulling Goalies Earlier Than Ever.
From Craig Miller, and this is amazing: This is what it looks like to land on Mars. Also, and this is incredible (John Harwood Space Alert): NASA Releases Trove of Over 8,000 HD Photos from the Apollo Moon Missions.
From Mark Lahren, and this is just awesome: Tribe performing 'Supercollider' on Conan O'Brien Show 1994.
From David Foster, and this is hilarious: Jaws 19 - Trailer.
From Steven Davis, and this is some sobering data: The Reign of Recycling. Next, and this guy is a crazy songwriting wizard, it's Blank Space: What Kind of Genius Is Max Martin? Next, and this is fascinating: Fold & Cut Theorem – Cut any shape from only one cut. This is remarkable: From 1975-1980 Activist Adam Purple Built a Circular Urban Garden in New York that ‘Knocked Down’ the Surrounding Buildings. Next, and if you're interested in space, you need to read this: The sky's gone dark. Last one, and it's an excellent read: Every flood Has a Silver Lining? The Florence Flood of 1966.
From Eric Higgins-Freese, and DQ Reader My Wife will be happy to hear about this: Playing Scrabble Changes the Way You Use Your Brain.
From C. Lee, and this looks pretty fantastic: Sony’s DIY kit MESH.