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This Website Lets You Watch Every Single 'Stare' Scene from The Office
Breaking the fourth wall has never been so hilarious.... READ ON
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10 Animal Webcams You Can Watch Right Now
Keep your eye on these animals, no matter where you are!... READ ON
Art
Artist Imagines Popular Websites Without the Content
Can you identify Gmail, Pinterest, and Tumblr without their text?... READ ON
Fun
Mouse Mingle Is a Dating Website Exclusively for Disney Fans
The digital dating scene is all about finding people with shared interests.... READ ON
Geography
Apparently Lots of Artists Forget to Include New Zealand on Maps
The island nation is missing from Risk boards, infographics, and more.... READ ON
Geography
This Online Tool Shows You the True Size of Any County
If you're still confused about which maps to trust, this tool will put things into perspective... READ ON
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8 Classic Internet Links You Should Know
If you’ve not encountered these old stories, posts, and websites before, you are in for a treat.... READ ON
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14 Web Toys to Fill Your Day
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11 Web Toys and Generators to Waste Your Time
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5 Other Big Sites Bought by Yahoo!
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12 Deleted Wikipedia Pages With Freaky Titles
Getty Images You have to love a Wikipedia page bearing the goofy warning label: "This page contains material that is kept because it is considered humorous. Please do not take it seriously." That's how the brilliant Wikipedia:Deleted articles with freaky titles begins. It continues, in part: "As to this page's title, consider it a mild addition to the collection of "freaky" titles – the real reason for it was just so that it abbreviates to DAFT. Bewildering titles, bizarre titles, and surreal... READ ON
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13 More Great Kickstarter Projects
For the past two months, we've rounded up flossy projects on Kickstarter, the kind of projects our readers would love. Of the 30 projects we've posted so far, 21 have been successfully funded. This month, we have another 13 flossy projects to share with you, listed in order of how much time remains for each campaign. If any of them strike your fancy, just follow the widgets over to Kickstarter to place a pledge (which can be as low as just $1). 562: A Project Documenting Native America The Goal:... READ ON
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15 More Kickstarter Projects We Love
Last month, I gathered up 15 of the best flossy projects on Kickstarter--projects our readers would love, ones that were educational yet playful. Since that posting, nine of the 15 projects were successfully funded. (Four were unsuccessful in raising the desired funds, and two are still active at the time of this writing.) This month, I have another 15 flossy projects to share with you, arranged according to how much time remains on each project. If any of them strike your fancy, just follow the widgets... READ ON
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24 Library-Centric Sites We Love
Each week I provide links to stories about libraries, authors, and books. Today we're going to do something different! In no particular order, here are some of our favorite library-related places on the web. 1. Love the... READ ON
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15 Awesome Kickstarter Projects
I love the site Kickstarter, which enables people to raise funds for all kinds of projects, from indie comic books to clothing lines to theater performances. Every time I browse through the projects, I notice just how many of them are the kinds of projects our readers would love--educational yet playful, quirky and scientific, fan tributes to favorite comics and books. I've gathered up some of the best flossy projects here, in order of how much time remains on each project; if any of them strike your... READ ON
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The Weird World of Country-Specific Web Domains
As the dot-com bubble reached its peak in 2000, Internet entrepreneurs faced a problem: every word in the dictionary had been registered as a dot-com domain name. So their bold new innovation was to register domains ending in something other than dot-com! Let's take a look back at the stories of three alternate top-level domains: Tuvalu (.tv), Libya (.ly), and Cocos Islands (.cc). .tv -... READ ON

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