From reader Cathy in Japan comes an amazing set of links: "In Japan many people stop during the day for a daily "exercise time" known as "Rajio Taiso" (radio exercise). Now here's a spoof done as an ad for a sports equipment company (Taikan), and 3 videos of unsuspecting sports clubs (soccer, badminton and cheerleading) asked to do this "new" release." Hilarious! But I have to say, I kind of wish we had this in the U.S.!
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How accurate is your internal clock? Turns out humans aren't wired to be good time-tellers, and there are even some things (like coffee) that can make time feel increasingly relative (Thanks Shilo!)
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Photographer Carl Warner's foodscapes more or less show how I sometimes see the world just before lunch or dinner ...
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Do you know how to shake hands? Ok, yes, but do you really know how to shake hands? If you think you might be teetering on the edge of being a "cold dead fish" or a Mega Squeezer, this tutorial miiiiight just be a necessity (Thanks Vanessa for the link!)
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A curious "was this what the Internet was invented for?" link from Sarah and ... well, I'll let someone else explain it (although I have to hand it to them, the tune becomes rather catchy!)
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Reader Helen has a new photo project in the works - send her two photos, one of a thing you love and another that you loathe (it's not as easy as it first seems!)
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It seems like everyone and everything (dogs, for instance) have a twitter these days. So why not a vacuum?
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Taking doodling to a whole new level (including hydras! binary trees! and maybe even a little mathematics).
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More links tomorrow - meanwhile remember to submit your finds to FlossyLinks@gmail.com!