Morning Cup of Links: If Fonts Were People

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July 31 and August 1, Profiles in History will be auctioning off a ton of Hollywood props, costumes, one-sheets, and more. Items come from Star Wars, Blade Runner, Austin Powers, and Back to the Future, just for starters.
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After a ScienceBlogger posted that Volcanoes are Evil, he was challenged to write good things about them. He responded with an expanded list of volcanic evils.
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If fonts were people, what would they be like? They'd be pretty funny!
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Shipping your luggage is now cheaper than taking it with you on an airline. Eventually, it will be cheaper to buy everything at your destination, then discard it.
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Facebook is trying to bring some order to the chaos with a new design. It should make the site more like what it's supposed to be.
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Have you ever wondered how Lego bricks are made? Gizmodo takes a tour of the factory in three videos.
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A hermit's 15,000 page work of beauty. Perhaps the most prolific artist of our time, Henry Darger's strange genius wasn't discovered until after his death.

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July 22, 2008 - 10:17pm
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