Thursday, March 08, 2018

Miss Cellania's Links

Charlie Chaplin's Modern Times. The story of the final, and groundbreaking, silent film.

March 8 is International Women's Day. Google has launched a Google Doodle for the occasion that connects to 12 different comics from 12 illustrators, each telling the story of a different woman. (via Metafilter)

Don't Call Me Oscar is a Tumblr blog that contains a collection of photographs from a family who recreates scenes from Oscar-nominated films. Sophia, Sadie, and Sloane are adorable in each one. (via Everlasting Blort)

10 Red Flags for Used Car Buyers. Know what to avoid before you seal the deal.

Your Next Serving of Truffles Should Be From Oregon. Try these recipes with one of four varieties of Oregon truffles.

The Hidden History of Anna Murray Douglass. Her loyalty and support enabled her husband to become Frederick Douglass.

Slime Mold Named to College Faculty. "Physarum Polycephalum, a plasmodial slime mold, researches important problems from a non-human perspective, and enhances intellectual life on campus by helping students and colleagues to think about the world without human biases." (via Metafilter)

Al Pacino Talks About His Legendary Roles. The 77-year-old actor is psyched for a 31-film New York retrospective of his career. (via Digg)

The Story of the Internet, as Told by Know Your Meme. The database has tracked and archived online culture for ten years.

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