Morning Cup of Links: Not Tetris

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"Smart Clothing" technology is advancing at a rapid pace "“ leading to new garments that manage sweat and odor, burn calories, and even monitor vital signs.
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Spider-Man creator Stan Lee has turned his attention from fictional super powers to real ones with the premiere of his new show Stan Lee's Superhumans "“ which will feature a man known as Rubber Boy as his co-host.
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Your driver's license picture may be really bad, but at least nobody else ever sees it. That's something that the men on the 30 Worst Baseball Cards of All Time certainly can't say.
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Golfers like John ""Grip it and Rip It" Daly might benefit from seeing golf from a more statistical angle.
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With the JetBlue flight attendant freakout dominating airline news, you may have missed this much more cheery story about a big pillow fight that broke out on-board a recent Lufthansa flight.
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The purpose of Not Tetris is just to cram as many pieces as you can into the screen without clearing any lines.
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In my opinion, it's totally excusable for a child to miss the school bus when it's going 367 MPH. (Via Mixx)
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A book from 1906 called Over 100 Ways to Work One's Way Through College was recently-discovered on Google books. My favorite money making idea: "Selling Butter - $10 a week." (Via Fark)
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Super fans of the show Futurama might be particularly interested in these 8 People Who Have Been Cryonically Preserved.

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