From Richard, a really beautiful collection of lightning photography. I never seem to have much luck with it myself, any tips?
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Far-flung reader Cathy (in Japan) submitted this link of Hand Dancers, who you may recognize from a recent McDonald's commercial. So cool!
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From our friends at Flavorpill, here's a brief history of fake news.
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Addicting game alert: avoid the red dots. Great soundtrack as well, I always appreciate that.
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A fun little illustration on Why to Quit Facebook (I have to agree, this looks an awful lot like my newsfeed!)
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Stunning photography from a ghost town in the desert. Looks like the sand is winning.
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Here are five things you should know about Roger Ebert's comeback show.
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Now this I really love -- from Diane, a link to a blog where a woman, whilst getting her Ph.D., has committed do drawing one new thing every day. Lovely and inspirational!
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Beauty in destruction - after Michael Tompert's kids shattered their iPod, he found artistic inspiration. Yes it's a very expensive project (which may prove hard to stomach for certain Apple-devotees), but his photos of destroyed Apple products are both shocking and intriguing.
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We may think we know exactly what Britons sound like, but what do they think of us? The stars of Harry Potter attempt to speak American, "the freedom language," with some interesting results.
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It's albino and vampiric, and it hides in the forrests … no, it's not Edward Cullen or even Bill Compton. It's the secret, creepy life of the Redwood Tree!
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I don't know how the rest of you guys are handling the snow in your area if you're getting it, but our week-long Snowmaggeden here in Atlanta produced some interesting art, such as my favorite that's been floating around, the Tale of David the Snome.
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Any snow art in blog form from you guys? Send it my way along with any other Flossy submissions to FlossyLinks@gmail.com!