What I Read today July 7, 2014

After a long hiatus, what I Read Today is back with the coolest fossil bird of the decade, a piece on the disgusting prevalence of Islamaphobia, and an inspiring lecture from a visionary data scientist. Live Science: World’s Largest Flying… Continue Reading

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A Saturday well spent, and some comics reviews

I love Saturdays. We walked to the diner around the corner for pancakes this morning, and after that we rescued Reed’s vintage Star Wars toys from his parents’ attic (pictures of the diorama coming soon). We even went to the… Continue Reading

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Goodbye, Loot Crate

Wow, finding out from Loot Crate’s website how to cancel a subscription is more of an ordeal than it should be. (Go here for those instructions) I really like the idea of Loot Crate, but it’s very dude-oriented and there’s… Continue Reading

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What I read today March 27th

Behold the glory of the Poster Posse’s ‘Godzilla’ fanart project, an interview with Nathan Edmonson, writer of the Marvel comic Black Widow, NASA made a time-lapse video of the unending freak hell winter of 2013-2014, a new Austin-based magazine published… Continue Reading

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What I read today March 26th

Chickens are amazing creatures, the Canadian Apocalypse is at hand, Facebook continues to ruin everything, Animal Planet sucks, Robert Frost was an incredible poet, facts never stop true believers even if they’re facts about what they used to believe, and… Continue Reading

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What I Read Today March 24th

The convoluted not-logic of Hobby Lobby’s upcoming Supreme Court case, more creepy things about Chernobyl, Google’s latest plan towards world conquest, and pine tree DNA is pretty crazy stuff. MotherJones: Are You There God? It’s Me, Hobby Lobby “So basically, the… Continue Reading

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What I Read Today March 21st

Not much today.  I highly recommend Marvel Comics’ TED Talk about the new Ms. Marvel.  The present-day tax code visualized as a time line is the most glorious infographic I have ever seen, and Facebook just keeps on sucking. Intuit:… Continue Reading

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What I read today March 19th

A new app to help you avoid people who suck, AirBnB learned their lesson and is ready to clean up the orgy that happened in your living room while you were away, the long lost wizard founder of Friendster wants… Continue Reading

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What I read today

Today a Gizmodo writer insults the honor of the obscure but useful Google Voice, Jenny McCarthy gets smacked by Twitter, Facebook’s secret intentions to reproduce all of us digitally become more obvious, young women’s rights advocate Malala’s dad has something… Continue Reading

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What I read Today

I’m technically on a vacation day, but our trip didn’t work out. I’ve still been on a computer (at home, in my study), ignoring the gorgeous weather, but I’ve been lost in Photoshop and Illustrator while sprucing up the boyfriend’s… Continue Reading

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