Now this one is a keeper (as in, bookmark it!) - The Google Art Project allows you to "Explore museums from around the world, discover and view hundreds of artworks at incredible zoom levels, and even create and share your own collection of masterpieces." The level of detail with some of these is astounding. Forget the entrance fees and long lines and get clickin'!
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This is amazing and I can't believe we were this clever (is this true? I'm always suspicious of things this awesome). How the U.S. hid a Lockheed Martin plant during WWII.
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One of Karl Pilkington's many gems of conversation is the appeal of things named for what they are. "The Elephant Man is perfectly named," he said, "because you know what you're getting there." Er … kinda. But I think Karl would definitely be a big fan of these buildings shaped just like what they sell. (Then check out the similar article we posted last year for a few other examples.)
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From the Department of Conspiracies: TruTV gets into tin foil hat territory with some of these Most Suppressed Inventions (and without sources … always fun!)
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More online gaming fun: online jigsaw! No mess, and you can even have the picture "ghost" in the background if you get stumped.
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From Jan, a fun site that features crazy headlines alongside original illustrations (only language warning is for the URL, although it's somewhat censored).
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This one goes out to the font fiends - here are 50 (mostly) free new fonts of 2010 (some really cool ones in there).
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Just for fun, a DIY joystick.
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