Morning Cup of Links: I Know Where Your Cat Lives

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The map project I Know Where Your Cat Lives plots cats’ locations from data their owners did not realize was online. It’s a slightly less creepy way of letting you know how easy people are to track from their online information.
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Here’s why it’s important to know the blood types of video game characters. If you were in Japan, you’d already know.
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The Netflix series Orange Is The New Black has made orange prison jumpsuits kind of cool. That’s why a jail in Michigan has replaced them with striped pajamas.
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The Scopes Monkey Trial 2.0. The battle between creation and evolution is rising again in Dayton, Tennessee’s Bryan College.
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Here’s How Robin Williams Lost Parts In 4 Different Batman Movies (And 6 More Famous Roles He Nearly Had). Someone else was always there to snatch those roles away.
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Bradley Jansen recruited about 90 of his family and friends to propose to Emily Kaplan with a big production number. Why is the bride always the last to know?
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10 Things We Thought Were True Before the Scientific Method. We just took the word of smart men, who made things up.
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The World Science Festival has posted part two of their article on the atomic age. This one addresses the thorny ethics of nuclear weapons and nuclear power.
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Senior Living Communities came together to produce an 18-month calendar featuring residents illustrating their favorite movies, TV shows, and album covers. Grandpa looks good as a Ghostbuster!
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7 things the world's happiest people do every day. You could be one of them!

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