Friday Links!From Steven Davis, and this is fascinating: How Hollywood Changes Movies to Appease Foreign Censors. And this is even more fascinating: How to Downsize a Transport Network: The Chinese Wheelbarrow. Next, and this is an excellent read: Exploring the History of Great Ideas with Make: Inventions.
From Craig Miller, and it's amazing: Jupiter Got Whacked by Yet Another Asteroid/Comet!
From Wally, and this is just incredible: How to Hack an Election: Andrés Sepúlveda rigged elections throughout Latin America for almost a decade. He tells his story for the first time. Next, and this an amazing story: Man donates home full of thousands of model cars to church. Next, and this is a tremendously interesting read: Shadows Over America: Matt Ruff and Victor LaValle Take on Lovecraft and Race.
From Meg McReynolds, and what a great April Fool's Day prank: A LABOR OF LOVE: REIMAGINING OUR ICONIC LOGO. Also, and this is so, so clever: Some questions about my daily schedule as a Superhero Girlfriend.
From C. Lee, and oh, the irony: CNBC tries to teach readers about password security, leaks their passwords. This is a very interesting read: “I didn’t mean to” doesn’t count for much in some societies.
From J.R. Parnell, and these images are so beautiful: Time slice photography.
From Jim, and this is comprehensive: A History of Ships Named Enterprise.
This is a fascinating read: The Future of Technology is Hiding on the Ocean Floor.
From Ken Piper, and I guess it's not just me: Bees are Caffeine addicted.
From DQ VB.NET Advisor Garret Rempel, and this wildly interesting: Oil Price Roller Coaster 1946 - 2015.