Morning Cup of Links: The Times, They Are a-Changin'

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Miss Cellania is on vacation, so I’ll be filling in this week. Enjoy!

Photographer Shawn Clover blends photos from the 1906 San Francisco earthquake with present-day scenes, creating fascinating composites that bridge time.
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Origami is the Japanese art of paper folding. Starwarigami is the art of folding paper into Star Wars shapes.
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Electronics company Brother Industries created a chorus of scrapheap technology to perform a rendition of Bob Dylan's "The Times They Are a-Changin'", heralding their new line of printers.
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An abandoned zoo in Turin, Italy, has been turned into a Street Art Museum. Take a virtual tour.
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In the Cherrapunji rainforests of India, bridges are woven from the roots of living rubber trees.
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Alan Dudley has amassed an impressively large private collection of skulls -- 2,500 of them -- that have now been featured in an app and a book.
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The ultimate in dog shaming: being sent home from the local school with a letter from the principal.
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On Wednesday morning, a woman in Kenya gave birth to twins and commemorated the U.S. election by naming them Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.
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While presidential candidates can get Secret Service details as early as 120 days before the general election, that protection usually only lasts a few days after their defeat on Election Day.

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