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  1. 1000 Awesome Things
    “A time-ticking countdown of 1000 awesome things by Neil Pasricha.” 🇺🇸

    #365 Getting dressed out of the dryer or laundry basket
    Hands up if you’ve ever been a bachelor. People, if you’ve been there you know the lazy-boned joy of sleeping in a bed half-covered in clothes, eating breakfast over the sink to avoid using one …
    By Neil Pasricha, 211 words

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  2. Aeon | a world of ideas
    “Aeon is a magazine of ideas and culture. We publish in-depth essays, incisive articles, and a mix of original and curated videos — free to all.”

    The ends of knowledge
    Academics need to think harder about the purpose of their disciplines and whether some of those should come to an end - by Rachael Scarborough King & Seth Rudy Read at Aeon
    By Rachael Scarborough King & Seth Rudy, 36 words

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  3. ALTNEU.μ
    “Cranberry sauce and pain. Daily.”

    Kominek #photography #book#siteoftheday
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  4. Born In Space
    “The World's First Internet Spaceship.” By Geekologie Writer.

    A Bike With Slippers For Wheels
    Back with yet another genius(?) bike hack, engineer The Q went and replaced the wheels of his bike with steel-toed metal frames that each hold 16 Adventure Time Jake The Dog slippers in place of …
    By hite, 87 words

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  5. corvusfugit
    By Jon Curtiss. 🇺🇸

    1846: The Temple of Time
    Emma Willard was a pioneer in Women’s education, opening the Troy Female Seminary in Troy, New York in 1821—the first institution of higher education for women in the United States. The school was later renamed …
    By corvusfugit, 47 words

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  6. Crooked Timber
    “Out of the crooked timber of humanity, no straight thing was ever made.”

    French Laïcité, Free Speech, and Unreasonable Views
    A few weeks ago, Cyril Hédoin responded insightfully and constructively (here) to an essay I recently published @Liberal Currents. Subsequently, he did a follow up piece in which he assimilated my stance on what I …
    By Eric Schliesser, 1,965 words

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  7. Data Deluge
    “Innovation, analytics, science, art, and data.” By Matt Reed. 🇬🇧

    Back on the Vinyl (2023)
    At the tail end of last year I got myself a simple vinyl set-up - a Dual 505 deck and a Cambridge Audio amp. Both items were in excess of 35 years old and they …
    135 words

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  8. Defiant Sloth
    By Paul Williams. 🇺🇸

    2023-09-28 22:20
    The Economist has a fantastic focus in their latest Technology Quarterly about the pursuit of immortality. In short, immortality is impossible, mostly due to physics and the human genome, but… extending life is very much …
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  9. Follow Me Here…
    ““I am the world crier, & this is my dangerous career… I am the one to call your bluff, & this is my climate.” —Kenneth Patchen (1911-1972).” By Eliot Gelwan. 🇺🇸

    Why It’s So Hard to Get the New COVID Booster
    ‘There’s a new COVID booster at pharmacies, and the simple thing to say about it is this: It’s good, it’s free, and you should get it. Unfortunately, the process of getting one of these shots …
    By FmH, 164 words

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  10. Good Stuff
    “A collection of things enjoyed by Simon Panrucker which you might enjoy too!” 🇬🇧

    Wonky interactive website exploring the way legendary hip hop producer J Dilla creates his wonky grooves is fun to play around with.
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  11. The Kid Should See This
    “Educational videos for curious kids of all ages, a free resource for parents & teachers. Science, art, nature, animals, & more.” By Rion Nakaya. 🇺🇸

    The Letter, a claymation story from Frog and Toad Are Friends
    “Toad was sitting on his front porch. Frog came along and said, ‘What is the matter. Toad? You are looking sad.’ “’Yes,’ said Toad. ‘This is my sad time of day. It is the time …
    By Rion Nakaya, 61 words

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    “home of fine hypertext products.” By Jason Kottke. 🇺🇸

    Four Quick Links for Friday Afternoon
    Former gang leader Duane Keith Davis has been indicted for the murder of Tupac Shakur. "The broad outlines of what occurred that night were known to the police as far back as 1996" but they …
    By Jason Kottke, 153 words

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  13. Laughing Squid
    “Features a daily dose of unique art, culture and technology.” By Scott Beale, Lori Dorn. 🇺🇸

    Larry the Bird Man Talks About His Love for New York City Pigeons
    As part of their 10 Questions You’ve Always Wanted to Ask series, Vice visited with Larry Reddick, who is most famously known around New York City as Larry the Bird Man. Larry spends his time …
    By Lori Dorn, 244 words

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  14. LinkMachineGo
    “UK based, Daily Link Blog. This is Lima Mike Golf. Shall we blog?” 🇬🇧

    The Unlikely Literary Detective
    [truecrime] A Postmodern Murder Mystery … A great true-crime story from Poland with a useful rule-of-thumb: If you commit murder don’t write a book about it. ‘He made note of the fact that the narrator …
    By Darren, 130 words

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  15. Long story; short pier
    “God, hes left as on aur oun.” By Kip Manley.

    Which side you are on
    So this piece has rather deservedly become an instant classic, up there in the pantheon of speaking truth to bullshit with God’s grief-stricken press conference, or the only country where this regularly happens, but there’s …
    By kip, 128 words

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    “Low-tech Magazine refuses to assume that every problem has a high-tech solution. A simple, sensible, but nevertheless controversial message; high-tech has become the idol of our society.” 🇪🇸

    Direct Solar Power: Off-Grid Without Batteries
    Image: a laptop running on direct solar power. Photo: Marie Verdeil. Conventional solar installations do not question our dependence on fossil fuels and the energy-guzzling lifestyle that results. Both rooftop solar panels and large-scale solar …
    6,306 words

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  17. Messy Nessy Chic
    “Cabinet of Chic Curiosities.” 🇫🇷

    Tune into the Forgotten Dial-a-DJ Jukeboxes of Yesteryear
    © Decophobia Isn’t she a beauty? I had one of those hallelujah moments while browsing the collectible pages of Ebay today when I came across this seldom seen “Empire State Building” jukebox circa 1935. Invented …
    By MessyNessy, 87 words

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  18. Michael Sippey

    links for mar 22 2023
    Jacobin: We’re Still Living in Don DeLillo’s White Noise: To consume is ultimately a passive experience: receiving something from outside the self. And our consumption is not limited to the products we decide to purchase. …
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  19. Neatorama
    “Neatorama is the neat side of the Web. We bring you the neatest, weirdest, and most wonderful stuff from all over the Web every day.” 🇺🇸

    Astronomers Propose Using Disco Balls in Observatories
    Robert J. Cumming, an astronomer in Sweden, and several colleagues at various astronomical research institutions in Europe, have submitted for publication a scholarly journal article arguing, in all seriousness, that every observatory should have a …
    By John Farrier, 117 words

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  20. Nelson's Linkblog
    “Interesting web links, a few a day.” By Nelson Minar. 🇺🇸

    Josper charcoal ovens
    Spanish oven for cooking with charcoal or wood indoors
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