Link roundup June 5, 2015

Some links to start your June with

In A Digital Chapter, Paper Notebooks Are As Relevant As Ever : NPR

Pigs and Mice Have the Lowliest Jobs in Richard Scarry’s Busytown | Mental Floss

I’ve been texting with an astronaut – Boing Boing

Link roundup May 1, 2015

May Day! Start May off right with these links.

How Old Do I Look?

A Basement Dedicated to Extreme LEGO Building | Mental Floss

Back Stage at the Machine Theater

Electroninks: Creators of Circuit Scribe, Draw Circuits Instantly!

Link roundup April 17, 2015

It’s spring! Sit at the picnic table and read some rounded up links.

The best icon is a text label

Making Furniture by Molding Growing Trees Into Chairs, Tables, and More | Mental Floss

Link roundup April 8, 2015

Is there a Bill Gates Book Club yet?

Were There Robot Librarians in the 1950s? – Pacific Standard

A British Museum Is Displaying the Guardian’s Smashed Snowden Laptop

Learn more about Books | Bill Gates

Yo: Let’s Make a Book of This on Vimeo

​The Man Who Invented Stereo

Link roundup April 2, 2015

Blurred copyright, screenshots FTW, rainy day art, saving lives with paint and a library made of a library

Volvo’s new luminous paint for cyclists is utterly astounding!

Art That Only Appears When it Rains | Mental Floss

The Most Important Thing on the Internet Is the Screenshot | WIRED

Plagiarize This: A Reasonable Solution to Musical Copyright After “Blurred Lines” | Pitchfork

Link roundup March 23, 2015

A sprinkling of spring links.

When to Wend or Wind? | Pulio’s Word Blog

Be The First | Schulz Library Blog

Memory in the Flesh

How Carrots Became The New Junk Food | Fast Company | Business + Innovation

Nintendo Forms Partnership to Develop Mobile Games

Link roundup March 17, 2015

This is the good stuff.

Zipper robots could dress you



Karuna, Sweden, Has a Playground Made Entirely of Snow and Ice – CityLab

modulator | metaflop

Link roundup March 6, 2015

Disney, tanks, Pantone, Bingo and the paperback book.

Raul Lemesoff’s Driveable Library | Mental Floss

Libraries are more popular than Disneyland?


Even Composting Comes With Sticker Shock –

A Tribute to the Printer Aldus Manutius, and the Roots of the Paperback