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Google Maps Has a Fun Surprise for Zelda Fans Today

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Google Maps isn't above having a little fun. In the past, the company converted their maps into games like Pac-Man and Pokémon. Today, they're honoring a different video game: The Legend of Zelda. Google is celebrating the release of The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD—the latest game in the Zelda series, available on Wii U today—by giving their Pegman a makeover, Mashable reports.

Head over to Google Maps and you'll notice that the little yellow figure in the bottom right corner looks a little different. You'll still be able to enter street view by dragging the character to a specific spot, but he will also be donning Link's iconic green get-up. There's not much else to do with the little guy, but it's still fun to see him cosplay.

[h/t Mashable]

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You Can Now Order Food Through Facebook
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After a bit of controversy over its way of aggregating news feeds and some questionable content censoring policies, it’s nice to have Facebook roll out a feature everyone can agree on: allowing you to order food without leaving the social media site.

According to a press release, Facebook says that the company decided to begin offering food delivery options after realizing that many of its users come to the social media hub to rate and discuss local eateries. Rather than hop from Facebook to the restaurant or a delivery service, you’ll be able to stay within the app and select from a menu of food choices. Just click “Order Food” from the Explore menu on a desktop interface or under the “More” option on Android or iOS devices. There, you’ll be presented with options that will accept takeout or delivery orders, as well as businesses participating with services like Delivery.com or EatStreet.

If you need to sign up and create an account with Delivery.com or Jimmy John’s, for example, you can do that without leaving Facebook. The feature is expected to be available nationally, effective immediately.

[h/t Forbes]

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The Seemingly Simple ‘Math’ Problem That Stumped the Internet
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If you’re a regular Mental Floss reader, you know that we love a good brain teaser. And the one below, which originated on Facebook and has been shared more than 150,000 times, is a great one to test just how sharp you are on a Friday evening at the end of a long workweek.

It’s a seemingly simple enough task: spot the error. Your time starts now…

We’ll give you a minute …

And a little space for you to scroll down to find the answer …

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Did you figure it out?

The “mistake” is that the word “mistake” is misspelled on the instruction sheet on the left. If you missed that completely, you’re not alone: the grid of numbers is what immediately grabs your attention.

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