Friday Link Pack

A short history of the animated Gif. (via James)

- Canadian photographer François Brunelle took 200 photos of people who look like identical twins—but actually aren’t even related. Wow!

- In case you missed it: Snow Fall, The Avalanche at Tunnel Creek. The NYTimes created a stunning online reading experience.

- Helmet Oddity: A Supercut of Space Suit Helmets

- The Top 10 New Yorker Stories of 2012. (The slideshow format is killing me.)

- Put your photos into unique shapes with Shapely. (But don’t go overboard, ok?)

- Sweet photographic moments of childhood. (Thanks Tanya)

- How to cook the perfect Rösti. (= giant Swiss of a hash brown)

- Only 4 more days left to get on the Tattly Subscription train. Next chance will be in July.

- Geometry visualized: Demonstrating the Pythagorean theorem with liquid.

- A bicycle horn that sound like a car horn.

- Watch Portrait of an Artist: Jackson Pollock, the 1987 Documentary Narrated by Melvyn Bragg

- Incredible bartender/singer covers Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” at a tiny NYC piano bar called Brandy’s – a Susan Boyle from the Upper East Side.

- Leadership is just a series of moments where you do the right thing.

- Share Wi-Fi. Earn free data. Repeat. Karma: the first social hotspot.

- British People Problems. (via coudal)

- You’re a developer and into the arts? The fine folks at Paddle8 are looking to hire a Senior Developer.

- Of course we can all live without a natural bristle laptop keyboard brush. But, isn’t it pretty?

4 Comments leave a comment below

  1. So glad you posted a link to that bike horn! I just backed it, and am really excited to receive it. I’ve wanted a bona fide bike horn for a while, but the ones I’ve found are kinda lame. This is the real deal!

  2. british people problems” id like to extend that to british and canadian problems ahaha living in the united states often makes me feel like a total nut for soo many of the listed reasons! Whaat!

  3. British people problems is so true. Sometimes clashing with my frank franconian mentality.

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