Morning Cup of Links: Girl Scout Cookie Copycats

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Those of you who lament the fact that you can’t get your hands on a Trefoil or Thin Mint or Somoa for most of the year may want to whip up a batch of one of these Girl Scout Cookie copycats.
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In yet another piece of evidence pointing to the high intelligence of their species, wild chimpanzees in Africa have figured out how to disable human-set traps – and pass the knowledge on to younger generations.
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In this TED lecture, John Hodgman rambles on as only he can about aliens, love and everything in between.
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It’s Women in Comedy Week at Splitsider – featuring a variety of comedienne-related pieces covering topics such as The Groundbreaking Women of Sketch Comedy and In Defense of Judd Apatow’s Female Characters.
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You may already be an organ donor. But, in the unfortunate event of your untimely demise, who gets possession of all your ideas? Why not become an Intellectual Property Donor? (Via Digg)
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Rogert Ebert really hates 3D technology. Possibly even more than he hates the movie North (Check the third paragraph from the bottom). In this article he explains why 3D technology “doesn't work with our brains and it never will.”
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Yesterday was Virginia Woolf's birthday. Here's a list of 59 things you might not know about her. Next year, perhaps you can celebrate with a bowling party (see #7).
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The goal of Sober February is “to abstain from alcohol for the month of February.” Seems simple enough, right? After all, it is the shortest month. Check out the idea behind the movement and see if you’re up for the challenge.
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And since we’re knee-deep in award season, let’s take a look at 7 Historic Hollywood Landmarks.

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January 25, 2011 - 11:53pm
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