Morning Cup of Links: Logorama

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CIA waterboarding protocols. The instructions from internal documents are disturbing, so read at your own risk.
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7 (Thankfully) Extinct Giant Versions of Modern Animals. When it was kill or be killed, puny animals ran, hid, and survived! (via Gorilla Mask)
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Take a look at what TV companies charge cable companies per customer to run their channels. Customers pay those fees (and a markup) for every channel in your plan, so you're paying for sports coverage even if you never watch sports. (via Consumerist)
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Logorama won an Oscar last weekend for Best Animated Short Film. This story of a world made of corporate logos is available to watch in its entirety online (language NSFW).
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Here's the trailer for Avatar, or Pocahontas, or is it both? I hear you can tell the difference by the characters' skin colors.
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Parkinson's Law states that "Work Expands to the Time Allowed". I can vouch for the truth of it, but you'll still want to check out the particulars. (via Lifehacker)
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Crazy Garfield Variants. Everyone thinks they can improve on the comic strip, and for the most part, they have.

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March 9, 2010 - 11:03pm
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