Last week I linked to Flossy reader Helen's blog-slash-art-project asking readers to send in where they were at 3pm on Saturday. Check out the very cool results of what turned into an awesome success!
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In the category of "better late than never": I appreciate Shilo bringing to my attention that, belated though it may seem, World War I is now officially over.
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"It’s coming up to that time of year again and the pumpkins are ripe and ready to be carved in to a myriad of different forms. However, one of our favorite Halloween sights is what Star Wars fans are bound, born and begging to do – to create their very own Death Star Pumpkin."
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Lately Lemondrop has been providing a slew of great(ly distracting) links to games such as Drift, one of the most soothing games I've played in quite some time.
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If you can't beat 'em, tweet 'em: police take to Twitter, cataloging their daily tasks from catching crooks to answering calls about people annoyed someone put up a YouTube video with them in it. As the report says, even the spoof accounts have nothing on the real thing - truth is indeed stranger than fiction!
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Does that "close door" button really work on your elevator? Or is it just a placebo button? Yes, that is a real thing!
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Despite vehement denials by Liberal Arts majors such as myself, there's quite a bit of math in poetry.
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More links tomorrow - remember to submit your Flossy finds to Flossylinks@gmail.com!