Sunday Links

This week's house envy is Canadian architect Arthur Erickson's Montiverdi House #8 in West Vancouver.

Lovely images of bioluminescent insects: Photographing Fireflies, a Love Story

Japan's largest Dagashi store offers all the snacks under one roof.

The upstate New York home studio of reclusive painter Jasper Johns is for sale

Male mermaids  are making waves in China.(Perfect for Roquefort Cheese)

Listen To Venus Nearly 40 years ago Venera 14 landed on Venus and recorded the sound of its eerie, scorched surface. (Memo Of The Air)

Take it slow if you want to arrive in one piece (everlasting blort)

Bringing the Tasmanian Tiger Back to Life  The Thylacine, also known as the Tasmanian Tiger, went extinct in 1936, due to human hunting and disease. Now a process called "de-extinction" is being used to bring it back to life.

Those who sipped or sniffed ether and chloroform in the 19th century experienced a range of effects from these repurposed anaesthetics, including preternatural mental clarity, psychological hauntings, and slippages of space and time. The Ether Dreams of Fin-de-Siècle Paris

Miss Ada's Whipped Ricotta Dip looks so good and so easy!

His company only accepts customers worth more than $30million because the rich want happiness too (Perfect for Roquefort Cheese)

Chased by a sloth


  1. Anonymous9:40 am

    Rey Flemings business was much more interesting than I suspected.

    Villa d'Este estate where the cars are shown was built for Cardinal Ippolito II d'Este, son of Lucrezia Borgia, and grandson of Pope Alexander VI. Had to reread that a couple times.


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