Late to bed and late to rise, but know that the early bird gets the worm? Try some tricks to fool your body into waking up a little earlier in the AM.

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Origami may be an ancient art form, but dinosaurs are far older still. To honor origami’s history, Vietnam-based artist Adam Tran digs into prehistory to present folded paper models of dinosaur skeletons that look more at home in a museum of natural history than art.

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This is what the men inside the Daft Punk helmets look like—kind of.

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Movie bad guys drive the best cars.

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Parks and Recreation fans mourning the recent series finale of the ensemble television comedy will enjoy this comprehensive bibliography of every book, real and (more often) fictional, that Pawnee's residents were caught reading. It's just a shame that Groffle the Awful Waffle and Rad Dads aren't real titles available for purchase...yet?

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An eight-year-old girl in Seattle has befriended her local crows, so to show their reciprocal affection, the birds bring her gifts—which seems very polite of them.

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Sure, knitting seems a simple enough hobby, until an ambitious crafter puts down their needles to find in their lap a hat or sweater gone terribly, terribly wrong.

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Paper currency passes through so many hands every day that it seems like a no-brainer to make something so practical a little bit more beautiful. Hungarian art student Barbara Bernát seems to have the right idea.