Weekend Links: Real-Time Births and Deaths Map

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Spooky but mesmerizing: a real-time map of of births and deaths in the United States (click on the image to get to the map itself).
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Very cool: "Super Mario Beads 3," a suburban stop-motion animated adventure made with … Legos? No! For once, something different (y'know ... beads).
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I get a little tired of everything being made of Lego (you guys have no idea how many links pass by my eyes every week that are Lego related), however … this Lego iPhone case is pretty legit because of all that you can add on to it. It may not be practical, but it's fun!
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For fans of "The Walking Dead" (or those who aren't but don't mind spoilers): a fantastic graphic called Stopping the Dead that takes a statistical look at the series so far (how many zombies killed, how and by whom).
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Another one of those uselessly animated websites, although this one is pretty creepy
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Just a single picture, but it really made me laugh: tweeted by ?@ScottFilmCritic?: "Whoever stacked these books is both evil and hilarious."
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We've all seen people drink themselves stupid, but can you drink yourself blind?
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A supercut from Slacktory that shows how Liam Neeson always seems to have the last word (so I gave it to him here ... naturally).
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A big thanks to everyone who sent in links this week - keep it up! Send your finds to FlossyLinks@gmail.com.

December 9, 2012 - 5:03am
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