Sunday, March 25, 2018

Sunday Links

APOD: 2018 March 20 - Chicagohenge: Equinox in an Aligned City

Panorama of the Thames project: It contains panoramic images and videos, accompanied by an extensive database to cover every feature along 52 miles of rapidly changing riverbank.

Flag Waver: A Website Where You Can Make Any Photo Wave Like A Flag

Mr. Nag's favourite drink: Martini, Up, with a Blue Cheese-Stuffed Olive  Via Coudal

Iggy Pop’s cockatoo’s Instagram

1910: A Cat, a Bulldog, and a Lobster Walk into a Harlem Restaurant Via Miss C

'Alien' Mummy Found in Atacama Desert Is Actually a Tiny, Mutated Human

Woman Tattooed With 'The Garden of Earthly Delights' Is Not What She Appears To Be

List: What Your Favorite Website Says About You 

How to get back your privacy online without completely checking out 

Are these the most psychedelic pieces of classical music? 

The Jumpsuit That Will Replace All Clothes Forever

The Facebook and Cambridge Analytica scandal, explained with a simple diagram

3 famous artists’ homes for sale: Follow in the footsteps of Michelangelo, Rubens and Constable.

Interactive map of  Old Toronto

How phoney is Instagram? A blogger faked an entire trip to Disneyland to prove how easy it is

The Perfect Oil Field Burgan Oil Field in Kuwait is not the biggest oil field in the world but it is arguably the best example of reservoir "perfection" the world has ever known. Thanks Bruce!

Masterpiece Rental: My Life in the ‘American Gothic’ House 

Lovely Images of a Trip Through Bali 

Public Restroom: A Bathroom Reimagined as a Town Square 

Glacial Concretions  or "Fairy Stones" are made of fine sand and clay, solidified by nature. The originality and the forms of these stones are a phenomenon unique to Northern Quebec, especially on the bottom of the big Lakes with a glacier origin. Thanks Bruce!

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