|Friday, October 24, 2008|
Links from others! Thanks, everyone.|
From Bunny: "Where the candidates stand on technology issues (including outsourcing, privacy, net neutrality etc.)."
From the Graveworm: a bizarre story that shows that perhaps the brain is less necessary than we think.
From Cassandra: a court in India used a brain scan as a truth indicator. Wow. Also from Cassandra: creepy spiders are invading the United Kingdom, Halloween pumpkins get more and more elaborate, and here's a different spin on the Myers-Briggs personality test.
From Tony via Holly: Scotch tape can act as an x-ray? Is nothing safe? Also, a cartoonist matchup ends in a wonderful drawing of a squirrel in a top hat by Randall of XKCD.
From Satori: We remember back in 2004, when this map was fraught with dread, and are pleasantly surprised at how much better it looks right this moment.
From Zazoo: Electric Mini Coopers are on the way! Bzzzz! (They're really pricey, however.)
We take you out with the wonderful sounds of Max Raabe. Have a spiffy weekend, everyone! See you Monday.
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