From Jan, a pretty cool if abstract movie quiz. Guess the film (there are 50 of them) from a collage of 3 subject-related photographs. Most are much harder than you think!
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Trees in Unexpected Places, Part 1: Check out this uniquely fascinating radio broadcast and article about ghost hunts in the forrest: finding the Albino Redwood.

Trees in Unexpected Places, Part 2: After the death of his wife in 1977, an Argentinian man (Mr. Ureta) planted trees on his ranch in the shape of a giant guitar in her honor that can be seen from the sky. Ureta hasn't seen the aerial view except through photographs - he's actually afraid of flying.
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In keeping with this unexpected tree them I seem to have going on: firewood as art.
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MC Escher would be proud of Tang Yau Hoong for these artistic creations using negative space. I particularly like the mustache one … it reminds me of this.
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I'm not a calorie counter, but this exhaustive calculator about how many calories you burn doing almost nothing all the way up to intense sports is pretty interesting (apparently I have, more or less, burned about 186 calories composing this blog post. I consider that a triumph).
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As New York Magazine puts it, "Call us boring and simple-minded, but before we saw the work of street artist Joshua Allen Harris we never once considered the artistic possibilities of subway exhaust. Using only tape and garbage bags, Harris creates giant inflatable animals that become animated when fastened to a sidewalk grate. Steven Psyllos caught up with Harris recently to discuss his older works (including a bear and a giraffe) and unveil a new beast that looks not unlike the Cloverfield monster."
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Tired of cocktail party talk and ready to impress? Commit to memory some of these 10 quirky science tricks and wow the crowd! "Because there's no better place for magic shows than a kegger."
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