Weekend Links: The Best Author-On-Author Insults

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From James, a stunning flash mob. Ok, it's not technically a flash mob so much as a flash orchestra, and the audio is presumably dubbed in from another performance but blah blah blah it's really lovely! There should be more random acts of music like this.
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These puny Tweet "battles" of today are nothing compared to the author-on-author insults from history. Check out 30 of the harshest and see which ones you agree with!
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Meet the girl who inspired "Alice in Wonderland," and how the seven-year-old, Alice Liddell, shaped the children's classic.
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Very cool gallery by Discover Magazine -- "Beauty isn't rocket science--but sometimes it is nanophysics." Scientists and photographers used tools ranging from traditional cameras to X-rays to million-dollar microscopes to create the art in "Images From Science 2."
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For the Game of Thrones fans (if you aren't caught up, don't click!) - a 16-Bit RPG of Game of Thrones' second season. Hilarious and accurate.
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Apparently you can learn Korean in 15 minutes. This is probably doable but my brain is going to need more than 15 minutes with it.
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Hush about where this link came from and enjoy the video (I'm linking to the article rather than just the vid to give you the whole story!): Super Moonwalking Stunt Defies All Laws of Physics.
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Slate examines the military's misadventures in pixelated camouflage.
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A story close to my heart - we must take care of our elderly. In this great story, a fed-up officer says "enough" and starts a senior outreach. Get to know your neighbors, and help them out!
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July 8, 2012 - 7:29am
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