Links for the Weekend

Sometimes I feel like everything revolves around the weather here.  Maybe it does.  I certainly talk about it enough.  And this week is no different.  It’s been just nice enough that we broke out the sandpit, cleaned out last summer’s sand, and filled it up again.  And the little man loves standing out back digging in the sand and just chatting away to himself.

If you’re a Simpsons fan, you will soooo appreciate this.  Who Said It:  Mitt Romney or Mr. Burns?  Just goes to show you how absurd the political debate in America is.

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I always find it funny to read the reviews that people post online of various products, books, places, etc.  This web site has compiled some of the least helpful (and funniest) reviews on the Internet.

There are some just stunning photographs in this year’s Smithsonian Magazine photo contest.  Go take a look and vote for your favorites.

I love Oreos and the day I found Double-Stuff Oreos in a UK supermarket, that was a good day.  So in honor of this week’s 100th anniversary of the Oreo, here is some amazing art made from Oreos.

Revelations that the Steve Jobs’ biographer intentionally left Apple TV product development out of the book.  I cannot wait to find out what Steve was up to.

Maternity leave: American Mothers Deserve Better.  If I’d been living in America when I had my little man and had to go back to work full-time after 12 weeks, I would have LOST MY MARBLES.  (Not that I didn’t anyway.)

How magical is this?  Berndnaut Smilde’s cloud creations magically appear inside rooms.

I love Brian Cox.  He makes science accessible and is usually is able to blow my mind.  See him explain Why Everything is Connected to Everything Else

How can you not enjoy looking at the Happiest Animals in the World?  I want me some of that crocodile.

And on that happy note, happy weekend! x

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