Morning Cup of Links: The World's Thinnest House

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Accountant by day, photographer by night: Lee Jeffries' portraiture of the homeless taught him "not to take the familiar for granted."
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A pair of college students have been obsessing over 007's wardrobe in Diamonds Are Forever. (via Esquire)
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The Dude's digs from the Coen Brothers' cult classic The Big Lebowski is now on the market. The asking price for the Venice Beach bungalow (all six one-room units, mind you) is $2.3 million.
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What are the names of Bart and Lisa's hockey teams coached by Apu and Chief Wiggum? The nail-biting outcome of one Brooklynite's performance at Simpsons Trivia Night.
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Its release date is still TBA, but a few tech bloggers took a sneak peek (sans invites) at Facebook's new iPad app.
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Set aside two minutes of your day to watch Cinema's Greatest Mirror Pep Talks. [warning: some NSFW language]
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And, if you have more than two minutes, you might want to play the somewhat addictive (and free) tower defense game Cursed Treasure.
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Remember that gaseous water discovered on Saturn about 14 years ago? Well, scientists finally figured out where it's been coming from.
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In Warsaw, Poland, the future home and studio of Israeli graphic novelist Edgar Keret measures at a mere four feet in length. Keret should be able to move into the world's thinnest house by December.
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Before babysitting home plate for the majors, Ken Kaiser was a black-hooded, axe-wielding professional wrestler -- plus the secret lives of seven more baseball umpires.

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July 27, 2011 - 1:00am
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