Friday, June 02, 2017

Friday Links!

From Steven Davis, and these are very clever: Art Therapy: Fictional Self-Help Book Titles Painted by Johan Deckmann. This is quite beautiful, really: DIY Ferrocell: How to make a magnetic field viewer. These are utterly amazing: New Balloon Sculptures Depicting Animals and Insects by Masayoshi Matsumoto. This is a good read: The First Blue Pigment Created in Over 200 Years to be Used in a Crayon.

From C. Lee, and this is fascinating: Dumb robots that make mistakes actually help humans solve problems. This is a terrific read: Moses in the Ozarks: The parable of Italians in the South. This is an important revision in the conventional wisdom for concussion therapy: New Advice to Move More After a Concussion. This is an important reminder: Likelihood of having current CPR training declines with age.

From Wally, and this is a nice save: Historic Van Nuys hangar from opening scene of ‘Casablanca’ saved — again. Next, and this is very entertaining, it's A countdown made from countdowns in movies. This is an interesting story: I'll take the sandtrooper in white: Meet the rebel scum making Star Wars armour sets for a living.

From Meg McReynolds, and this is fascinating: My déjà vu is so extreme I can’t tell what’s real any more.

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