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

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    #253 Optimistic Weather Dressers
    The jig is up. Nobody knows what the weather’s going to be. Not your nannie, not your newspaper, and not that guy on TV. So starting today we’re shredding the five-day forecasts, scrapping those swirling …
    By Neil Pasricha, 365 words
  2. The Adventures of Accordion Guy in the 21st Century
    Joey deVilla's Personal Blog. 🇺🇸 More info

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    If at first you don’t succeed…
    Thanks to Tracy Ingram for the find!The post If at first you don’t succeed… appeared first on The Adventures of Accordion Guy in the 21st Century.
    By Joey deVilla, 32 words
  3. 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. More info

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    Finding Alaa
    A father seeks to heal his community and find his granddaughter, after his son’s terrorist attack on Paris in November 2015 - by Aeon Video Watch at Aeon
    By Aeon Video, 30 words
  4. bookofjoe
    World's most popular blogging anesthesiologist. 🇺🇸 More info

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  5. Born In Space
    The World's First Internet Spaceship. By Geekologie Writer. More info

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    Man Extends Own World Record, Has Eaten 34,128 Big Macs
    Combining themes from the two previous posts (world records and food), 70-year old Don Gorske (who looks like a Beatle that wandered into a McDonald’s and never left, eventually becoming manager) has extended his own …
    By hite, 253 words
  6. corvusfugit
    By Jon Curtiss. 🇺🇸 More info

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    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
  7. Crooked Timber
    Out of the crooked timber of humanity, no straight thing was ever made. More info

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    Sunday photoblogging: Salisbury cathedral
    By Chris Bertram, 4 words
  8. Data Deluge
    Innovation, analytics, science, art, and data. By Matt Reed. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Hooton Tennis Club (31-1-2024)
    A superb poster for a brilliant gig last night at Future Yard.
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  9. Defiant Sloth
    By Paul Williams. 🇺🇸 More info

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    2024-03-02 00:24
    My favorite detail about the Kottke.org redesign is the share button at the bottom of each post is simply a shortcut action to copy the permalink. Chef’s kiss.
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  10. 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. 🇺🇸 More info

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    ‘My ultimate and absolute revenge’: trump gives chilling CPAC speech on presidential agenda
    ‘Unbound and unhinged, ex-president vilifies immigrants before devolving into bizarre riffs, including calling himself ‘total genius’…’ (The Guardian)
    By FmH, 31 words
  11. Good Stuff
    A collection of things enjoyed by Simon Panrucker which you might enjoy too! 🇬🇧 More info

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    Wonky
    https://pudding.cool/2023/06/groove/This 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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  12. 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. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Mycorrhizal Fungi: The Roots of Life on Land
    What kind of networks do fungi form underground? How do these networks benefit the plants that we depend on? What can we do to protect both? And why should we? This May Kindred-Boothby-animated Spun video, …
    By Rion Nakaya, 58 words
  13. kottke.org
    home of fine hypertext products. By Jason Kottke. 🇺🇸 More info

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    The Paradox of an Infinite Universe
    Is the universe finite or infinite? If finite, what shape is it and how does that shape influence its overall size and properties? If it’s infinite, what meaning of “expanding” can be applied to it? …
    By Jason Kottke, 228 words
  14. Laughing Squid
    Features a daily dose of unique art, culture and technology. By Scott Beale, Lori Dorn. 🇺🇸 More info

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    ‘Riders on the Storm’ Played As a Dire Straits Song
    Dutch musician Laszlo Buring performed The Doors‘ haunting narrative “Riders on the Storm” in the distinctive style of Dire Straits, albeit at a much quicker tempo, combining the best musical elements of Mark Knopfler and …
    By Lori Dorn, 92 words
  15. LinkMachineGo
    UK based, Daily Link Blog. This is Lima Mike Golf. Shall we blog? 🇬🇧 More info

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    The Mysterious Life and Death of a London Teenger
    [london] A Teen’s Fatal Plunge Into the London Underworld … The story of the life and death of a London teenager who dies in mysterious circumstances. ‘A surveillance camera affixed to the Thames headquarters of …
    By Darren, 110 words
  16. Long story; short pier
    God, hes left as on aur oun. By Kip Manley. More info

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    Three little words
    There was an episode, one of my favorite moments in Star Trek, when Captain Kirk looks over the cosmos and says, “Somewhere out there someone is saying the three most beautiful words in any language.” …
    By kip, 290 words
  17. LOW←TECH MAGAZINE
    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. 🇪🇸 More info

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    How to Build a Small Solar Power System
    Image: a solar panel with charge controller and lead-acid battery. Photo by Marie Verdeil. Readers have told me they like to build small-scale photovoltaic installations like those that power Low-tech Magazine’s website and office. However, …
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  18. Messy Nessy Chic
    Cabinet of Chic Curiosities. 🇫🇷 More info

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    13 Things I Found on the Internet (Vol. 685)
    1. This must be the place Maydelle, Texas – interesting little backstory on this place here. 2. Hemingway and Dalì’s Venetian Vacation Home A corner of Holland in the Venetian Lagoon, the Casone di Valle …
    By MessyNessy, 60 words
  19. Michael Sippey
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    gemini's voice
    While I think the headline of the piece is overblown, John Herrman gets to the heart of the challenges Google and OpenAI are facing with LLM personification: With Gemini, incredibly, Google assigned itself a literal …
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  20. 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. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Where to Find a Friday Fish Fry
    Last year, McDonald's decided not to put their Filet-o-Fish sandwiches on sale for Lent, and people were upset. This year, they are on special at two for $6, which is underwhelming for those of us …
    By Miss Cellania, 183 words