Thursday, March 18, 2021

Friday Links!

This is fascinating: How does the brain interpret computer languages? And so is this: Scientists solve another piece of the puzzling Antikythera mechanism. One more, and it's quite the story: The bizarre tale of the world's last lost tourist, who thought Maine was San Francisco.

From Jonathon W., and I definitely remember these: Photographs of Cheap Motels in 1970s America.

From Wally, and I have no words: First NFT artwork at auction sells for staggering $69 million. I still don't understand these: Monster Truck MADNESS - Guinness World Records. Well, here's something I always wondered about: Why Are There Black Lines on the Side of a School Bus? This is just amazing: Gauss Cannon in Slow Motion.

From C. Lee, and this is terrific: “A Solemn and an Awful Thing”: Dining with Americans Sickens Dickens. This is thoughtful: The Great Gatsby: The world's most misunderstood novel. An interesting idea: Could plastic roads make for a smoother ride? I would totally agree: How Survival Themes Save the Management Games from Themselves. This is both very interesting and a phenomenal band name: The Distinguished Medieval Penis Investigators. This is fantastic work: ‘Underwater Roombas’ Scan Southern California Coast for DDT Barrels.

From Meg McReynolds, and it is both information and funny: The 2021 March Madness Cinderella Guide.

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