Friday Links!This is a riveting and incredible read: EXCLUSIVE: HOW ELIZABETH HOLMES’S HOUSE OF CARDS CAME TUMBLING DOWN. That's about Theranos, by the way, if you don't recognize the name. Also, this is an incredible read: The Sandy Hook Hoax: Lenny Pozner used to believe in conspiracy theories. Until his son’s death became one.
From Wally, and this is awesome: How fair are your dice? Here's how to check if your critical failures are due to bad dice or just bad luck. Next, and this is very funny, it's Unlikely Kid Wins High School Dance Off. This is an excellent read, and it's not quite what you think: The Race to Save the Films We Love. Next, and this is only the beginning: 1,650lb 3D printed aircraft tool sets Guinness World Record.
From Steven Davis, and this is fascinating: How to Keep a Zibaldone, the 14th Century's Answer to Tumblr. Next, and this is amazing, it's The Annual ‘Corso Zundert’ Flower Parade Features Radically Designed Floats Adorned with Dahlias.
From C. Lee, and this is an intriguing read: The Court That Rules the World. Next, and it's never too late to solve a mystery, it's A 3.2-Million-Year-Old Mystery: Did Lucy Fall From a Tree? Next, and this continues to be a disaster: Typhoons cause ‘ice wall’ to melt at Fukushima nuclear plant.
From Tim Lesnick, and this is terrific: Cognitive offloading: Help or hindrance?
From 3Suns, and this is quite a wonderful story: This ex-NFL star sold his TV show to Netflix — here's how Netflix closed the deal. Next, and this is an incredible story, it's Deep in the Swamps, Archaeologists Are Finding How Fugitive Slaves Kept Their Freedom.
From Chris M. and this is very, very clever: How to get people who installed a leaked build to stop using that build?