Monday, February 22, 2021

Miss Cellania's Links

Glaciologist and climate scientist Megan Thompson-Munson wants to correct the popular image of icebergs. Inspired by that thread, Joshua Tauberer made Iceberger, a web toy in which you can draw your own iceberg and watch how it would orient itself in the water.  (via Metafilter)

Venice Carnival in the Time of COVID. Italy was hit pretty hard by the coronavirus last year, and no one wants to see a repeat of that. (via Digg)

Oldest DNA Sequenced Yet Comes From Million-Year-Old Mammoths.

10 Ways to Spot A Bad Boss Or Manager.

Meet Elizabeth Ann, the first clone of an endangered American species. She's as cute as can be! (via Damn Interesting

School of Rock in real life.

As Texas deep freeze subsides, some households now face electricity bills as high as $10,000. There's more on this pricing scheme in a reddit discussion

Trump Hotel Employees Reveal What It Was Really Like Catering to the Right Wing Elite. (via Metafilter

Ken Burns Answers Every Question We Have About His Hair. (via Digg)

A blast from the past (2017): 8 Restaurant Treats Made with Girl Scout Cookies.


Debra She Who Seeks said...

Interesting article about Ken Burns' hair.

Anonymous said...

“Let the Yankee bastards freeze in the dark” - Texas bumper sticker circa 1977