Leading off this week, and it's an excellent read, it's Study: Tracking spiders as they weave their webs reveals detailed “choreography”. This sounds like something Eli 20.2 and I would do: Best prank ever, putting a cardboard cutout of yourself in a convenience store. This is amazing: Neuroscientist Explains Memory in 5 Levels of Difficulty.
From David Gloier, and this story is amazing: The Quest to Shoot an Arrow Farther Than Anyone Has Before. Also, and this is a fascinating read: An Archaeological Dig Reignites the Debate Over the Old Testament’s Historical Accuracy.
A bevy of quality links from C. Lee, as always. First, and this is a wonderful story, it's How I Got into Gaming :: An Old Lady discovers a Wonderworld. This is thought-provoking: Is the U.S. Really Less Corrupt Than China? This is bad: Wheelchair users can face hefty costs not covered by insurance. I've actually read a book about this guy: He made a Fortune in the 1920’s Transplanting Monkey Testicle Tissue into the Ballsacks of Millionaires. This is fantastic: What Does "The" Mean? This is absolutely terrific: The Strange, Dark Life of Edwin Arlington Robinson.
From Wally, and I saw another survey that said Michigan's favorite side dish was "roll": The Most Popular Thanksgiving Side in Every State.