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Outside In how to turn a sphere inside out without pinching it or poking a hole in it. Will blow your mind a little. :)

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Small, Yes, but Mighty: The Molecule Called Water – New York Times

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Anita Lillie’s Sleep Tracker Woman uses accelerometers to track how she moves during a nights sleep.

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ScienceDaily: ‘He Looks Like A ‘Bob” Is True I’ve always thought that words and names have shape and texture, such that they need to fit the object they represent.

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The Rewards of Being Shy — Hochman 2006 (613): 3 — ScienceNOW I particularly liked the way they brought out the fact that often the reason why shy people have a hard time in situations…

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Wired News: The Jasons Exposes Secret Science And here you thought I was just a plain old web developer. ;)

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Welcome to Rentglass.com – Mail order lens rental Canon lenses, and soon, Nikon lenses delivered in the mail a week at a time. Useful.

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20,000 Microbes Under the Sea – – science news articles online technology magazine articles 20,000 Microbes Under the Sea The thing I learn from reading these science articles is that for all that we know,…

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Snarkmarket: Why Noids Love the Internet A list of good articles written in 2004

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Wedding – a photoset on Flickr Mr. and Mrs. Kottke’s photo set on flickr.

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Seed Magazine: Photography: Nature’s Mathematical Patterns Fibonacci art, pictures derived using Fibonacci patterns. How cool.

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Africa’s New Ocean: A Continent Splits Apart – International – SPIEGEL ONLINE – News

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Boing Boing: Mind-opening lectures on the physiology of stress Stanford’s Dr. Robert Sapolsky is a specialist in the physiology of stress, and two of his sterling lectures are available gratis through the iTunes music-store.