Nick Pitera may be the most talented person I've ever seen. Not only can he sing within a shockingly large vocal range some Disney classics, but he has done so within six perfectly synchronized panels. His one-man Disney movie is extremely inspiring to behold!
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From the Department of Distractions: online word search puzzles that highlight for you and then strike off the words you've found! You can choose puzzle size, word direction and a host of other customizable features. Probably not a bad way to generate some pre-travel distractions as well!
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Flossy read Laurie writes, "Being that Twitter is celebrating it's 5th birthday this week, I was reading this blog about how it can predict an individual's political leanings based on who they follow, and who's following them!" Consider it politics by association. Surprised by any of the results?
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Ok, this might be my favorite link of the year (I know Miss C already linked to this but it deserves another one!) I'm a huge fan/junkie of the HBO series "The Wire," and even though I haven't gotten on the Pride and Prejudice and Zombies train yet (and may never), I am in full support of "The Wire" as a Victorian novel. Hey, all the critics did call it Dickensian to begin with. The illustrations are what really get me.
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From Sarah, and interesting (and, as Sarah has pointed out, short!) article about how the tree islands in the Everglades are products or prehistoric garbage.
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For fellow Elizabeth Taylor fans - yes, the media has been saturated with galleries remembering her life, but of course the Life.com galleries have them all beat. From her many hats and her many men to her young years and LIFE covers, you can begin perusing their exhaustive photo displays with some interesting unpublished photos.
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I had no idea that Syfy has produced 200 original movies. And yet my screenplay lays here collecting dust! Take a look back at the top 10 most ridiculous hybrid beasts that have appeared in Syfy sci-fi movies.
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Finally, from Jan, a website that collects webcams from all over the world into one spot. If there is a webcam for it, you can find it here on EarthCam (errr, not that kind of webcam though. Sorry).
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A big thanks to everyone who sent in links this week! Keep it up, my livelihood depends on you - send you submissions to FlossyLinks@gmail.com, or send me a tweet @FlossyAlli.