The New York Public Library's Instagram Account has some really neat stuff on it, including reference desk questions from before the days of the internet.
The Internetest safety video on the Internet
Reports from a Medieval War
I wish I had the skills and tools to make this for my cat (and for me).
Justice League Unlimited: The Lost Episode. I don't remember if I've posted this link before. If I have, it's still fun enough to share again.
Stupid Google Tricks. A couple there worth remembering.
I am not opposed to people using marijuana, and this article definitely suggests we should be studying the medical potential of pot more. I want to say I would never use the stuff, but if I were in a situation like Xeni's? Maybe. Just... maybe. I don't know.
I want more Battlebots. Apparently, the new series will be airing starting June 21st, 9 p.m. on ABC. Get out the popcorn!
I was unaware that The Wiz almost had a comic book adaptation by Mark Evanier. Huh.
I can't really listen to the song without cringing, but Rolling Stone had a great retrospective on the making of Band Aid's "Do They Know It's Christmas?"
Cliff Mass corrects the media on the notion that we're having a super-drought. Of particular interest is the fact that precipitation is normal, it just didn't collect as snow.
Bleeding Cool noted not long ago that DC's latest campaign is really ripe for photoshopping. Ouch. You know, at first I was disappointed there was no Aquaman ad, now I'm just relieved.
Do Not Disturb.
Stress doesn't make rewards any better.
GunFail, which collects news stories of people who really shouldn't have had access to guns, is on Pinterest, Facebook, and Tumblr. The guy who collects these stories noted on Daily Kos that his Pinterest page was disabled for awhile, but he doesn't know why.
DuoLingo now has Norwegian.