Friday, June 21, 2013

Friday Links!

From The Edwin Garcia Links Machine, and this is fantastic: The Ruins of Old Union Square. Next, and this is both bizarre and pretty amazing: WTF of the day - Dancing Queen. Also, and this is beautiful, it's The Patterns Of Different Audio Frequencies

From Meg McReynolds, and these are spectacular: 45 Amazing Vintage Polish Posters Of Classic American Films.

From Jesse Leimkuehler, and if you're a Disney fan, this a must-view: "Vintage Disneyland" Presentation with Imagineer Tony Baxter. Also, and this is very cool, it's The Remote Siberian Monument to the First Woman in Space, Who Launched 50 Years Ago Today.

From DQ Reader My Wife, and this is quite a story: Moscow’s Wild Dogs Ride Subways To City Center In Search Of Food.

From Jonathan Arnold, and this is tremendous: 8-bit Cinema: Star Trek in 90 Seconds.

From Jussi, a myth exploded: there is no such thing as "sugar high". Eli 11.10, for one, has never had any kind of problem with sugar in terms of behavior. It doesn't seem to affect him at all.

From Sirius, and this is amazing: Ancient Roman Concrete Is About to Revolutionize Modern Architecture. Also, and you need to see this video, it's Flying electric bicycle invented in Czech Republic. This next story is just bizarre: Experience: I was swallowed by a hippo.

From Griffin Cheng, and this is quite incredible: The Lost City. Also, and this is fascinating, it's How did feathers evolve?

From Phil Honeywell, a column from Steve Gleason, who is both very well-spoken and very courageous: Steve Gleason on his life with ALS, mission for a cure.

From Frank Regan, and this is nothing short of insane: BAE Systems releases secret 1960s design. Also, and this is quite a list, it's List of people who have won Academy, Emmy, Grammy, and Tony Awards.

From Aaron Ward, and this is unbelievably funny: It's Not About the Nail.

Winding up this week, from DQ Fitness Advisor Doug Walsh, another spectacular stunt-riding video from the best in the world: Danny MacAskill Imaginate.

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