Links / Recommendations / Video / January 13, 2014

Goodness from the Interwebs for 1/13

A handful of links that interested, amused or informed me from around the interwebs:
  • At the risk of sounding curmudgeonly, too many toys and games for “kids these days” don’t feed the imagination; they conform it. So these 15 ads from Lego are fantastic for the way they simply, clearly depict the power of imagination to bring plastic blocks to life.
  • All this griping about the NSA spying and Edward Snowden leaking info is just latest in spying and data theft. How bout the folks who used a Muhammad Ali/Joe Frazier boxing match as a distraction to break into an FBI facility with a crow bar to steal numerous documents? They then leaked sensitive info to major newspapers around the country Recently they revealed themselves.
  • Speaking of cats, if you own one, have you ever wondered how much it loves you? Well here’s data to tell you exactly what you already know deep down in that scary hidden place in the recesses of your heart: it doesn’t. At all.

  • And you thought jumping rope was for school girls and boxers. Let your mind be blown.

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