Weekend Links: Cracking the Code on Why Yuor Barin Can Raed Tihs

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Probably one of the most dangerous links I've ever posted … for procrastinators, anyway: bizarre websites on which you can kill time with style.
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From Holly, cracking the code on why yuor barin can raed tihs.
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Check out these 31 awesome examples of long exposure photography.
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Cats as fonts (or fonts as cats?) - which one is your favorite? For me it's a close call between Garamond and Mesquite.
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Robot Revolution Update: the driverless car! The way people drive in Atlanta, I'm not sure this doesn't already exist.
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A thoughtful piece sent in by my friend Matt: why we have a nostalgia for factory jobs that will never come back, and what that can teach us about the future of America.
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Turn your speakers down! The visuals of the physics of sound (or of vibration, anyway) may be a strain on your ears (at least, at the higher pitches!)

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I used to love love LOVE MadLibs, and would play them and laugh with my friends until it hurt. A fitting tribute to their creator comes in the form of another one of fellow _flosser David Israel's brilliant Twaggies. For more great tweets illustrated, visit the Twaggies section of GoComics.
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A bonus link in the form of a GIF that is both serene and kind of terrifying (or as my friend Preston said "the ultimate massage solution").
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A big thanks to everyone who sent in links this week - keep it up! Email your submissions to FlossyLinks@gmail.com, or send me a Tweet.

February 19, 2012 - 6:12am
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