this French game is, but the opening window says Play For Good. The rest of the instructions are in French, but you really don't need them. (via Boing Boing)
12 Secrets of Starbucks Employees.
In 1911, the New York City Tenement House Department had a cat. When the cat's expenses were billed, his status as a civil servant was debated in city offices and the newspapers. (via Strange Company)
A 72-Year-Old Juvenile Lifer Won a Landmark Supreme Court Ruling, But Louisiana Won’t Let Him Out of Prison. (via Digg)
This Man Couldn’t Afford Clothes For His Graduation So Twitter Users Made Sure He Has The Best Graduation Ever.
23andMe Doesn’t Know What Makes a Palestinian. One more reason I don't see genetics as important, outside of medical issues.
The Dark Origins of the Tale of Snow White. (via Boing Boing)
How, Exactly, Do You Do a Cat’s Makeup? Groomer Tanya Graham and trainers Melissa Millett and Kirk Jarrett tell how the five cats used for Pet Sematary were given their movie looks. (via Digg)
When Native Americans Took Back Alcatraz. The 1969 occupation lasted for 19 months and involved hundreds of people.
Amazing Tattoos That Look Like Embroidered Patches.
A blast from the past (2013): 10 Extreme Easter Eggs.