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Sunday Links

The Corset X-Rays of Dr. Ludovic O'Followell  (1908) via Memo Of The Air What part of the human body is more than 60,000 miles long? A Brief History Of The BT Tower  We've stayed in this London neighbourhood often and always used the tower as a landmark to find our way home. (Less messy and more reliable than a trail of breadcrumbs.) Explore the world and paintings of   Johannes Vermeer Cat friends or cat foes?  Sometimes it's hard to tell. (via  Miss Cellania ) Toys for grownups: Build an itty bitty home and furnishings with  mini building supplies  (via  Colossal) Why we all need subtitles now  Apparently I'm not the only one who keeps the subtitles on when I watch tv. The new etiquette : How to text, tip, ghost, host, and generally exist in polite society today. The Cinema Cartography's list of the 30 Greatest Films . I've seen half of them. Now I want to see the rest.  Isobelle Ouzman creates beautiful complex sculptures from discarded books. Used-car sale

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