Weekend Links: 10 Movies the Internet Killed

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Here before you I present: the bizarre alien creature that is the human vocal cords! Stroboscopic footage from a laryngoscopy (say that three times fast) shows us what human vocal cords look like in action. There are a few bonus clips as well, including Aerosmith's Steven Tyler's damaged cords. Yikes!
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The internet can do great stuff for blockbuster movies, building up hype especially among fandom communities. But here are 10 instances where the internet might done the opposite, killing potential blockbusters (and to some of them I say WELL DONE!)
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"All Streets is a map of the contiguous United States comprised of nothing but the country's roads." Pretty amazing feat of industry. The map tells so many different stories, too.
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Behold, the most bizarre wildflower in the United States.
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Very helpful: "What’s the Best Way to Save All the Useful Articles I Come Across Online?" I already use Readability and really like it, what are your favorites? And let's not talk about the shambles that is my bookmarks folders …
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Cool, cool, cool: a virtual piano. Play with your computer keyboard!
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"Facebook Manners And You" is a great archive link of a video done in the style of a retro educational video. Even though it came out in 2009, it's amazing how much Facebook has changed (and not changed), and still definitely worth a watch!
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Speaking of a time warp, if you really want to transport yourself in time, check out these old timey classic radio shows that stream free online.
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Stay tuned - more links on the way tomorrow! In the meantime, send your Flossy finds to FlossyLinks@gmail.com or send me a tweet @keeneTV

November 24, 2012 - 4:08am
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