Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Monday, March 18, 2019

Hello and welcome to a special Monday edition of Links from Others!

From Julie: Scientists have actually gone back in time! We can fix everything, people! (I mean, once they can go back more than a millisecond in time. It may take a while.)

From Cassandra: You whippersnappers don’t understand what it took to get into college!


Today’s Google Doodle celebrates Seiichi Miyake, creator of tactile pavement.

Merriam-Webster has a new quiz on colors, and it’s really hard.

Coming later this year: Muppet stamps!

The Bauhaus art school turns 100 this year, and CityLab is doing a special on it that is full of great, great stuff. I saved up a bunch of different links before I realized it was all part of the same special, which should tell you something about my love for the Bauhaus ideology, I guess.

Friday, March 15, 2019

Happy Friday, everyone! We'll be featuring Links From Others on Monday.

 For now, here is a Friday MMM recap:


 



 Have a safe and spiffy weekend, everyone. See you next week.

Thursday, March 14, 2019

Happy Pi Day, everyone! 


Also, here is a Rodent Recap of the first full night of the March Mammal Madness battles. Enjoy!



Wednesday, March 13, 2019

For the spooky among us: Behold, March Vladness! Vote for your favorite goth song!

Google Earth is featuring a Carmen Sandiego game. Just as I was about to apprehend the criminal, my computer crashed. I’m not sure if this was Google Earth or Carmen Sandiego’s doing, but fair warning.

Timo Aho and Pekka Niittyvirta have created a light installation in Scotland that shows how high the sea levels will rise if we don’t act on climate change. They should do this everywhere, really.

Yunil Nam has imagined an amazing, Jules Verne-inspired underwater city which would create a coral reef with the remains of dead humans. How soon can we start on this?

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Monday, March 11, 2019

Happy Monday! It’s time for the madness to begin, so if you don’t see much of us in the next few weeks, you know why. 

However, many other March contests are happening, including the 2019 Tournament of Books at the Morning News! 

Did you know that the Library of Congress has an Innovator in Residence? Jer Thorp is making beauty out of data.