Link roundup July 8, 2015

This is the good stuff.

Why I Vote GIF

The Fine Art of Forgery

Stuff in Space

As Bar Codes Replace Tickets, Something Is Lost Before the First Pitch

A New Word on the Internet

Link roundup June 29, 2015

This and that for the end of June.

9 Themed Color Palette Collections to Inspire You | Mental Floss

Oxford Scientist Explains the Physics of Playing Electric Guitar Solos | Open Culture


Link roundup June 19, 2015

More rounded up than ever

Spot the Ball: Women’s World Cup 2015 –

Toby Glanville’s brilliant images of workers in the late 90s

The construction of the Statue of Liberty – Google Cultural Institute

Giphoscopes from Officina K | The Public Domain Review

Link roundup June 17, 2015

Some stuff we liked on the web this week…

Harvard Law’s Jonathan Zittrain Defends Libraries — Yes, Even The BPL | WGBH News

Designing The Pen | Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum


Inside Obama’s Stealth Startup | Fast Company | Business + Innovation

Don’t be Ned Stark — Medium

Link roundup June 12, 2015

This is the good stuff.

Paul Ford: What is Code? | Bloomberg

How 77 Metro Agencies Design the Letter ‘M’ for Their Transit Logo – CityLab

Go To Hellman: Protect Reader Privacy with Referrer Meta Tags

Can the Swiss Watchmaker Survive the Digital Age?

‘Passports’ To Vermont Libraries Encourage Literary Exploration

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