Thursday, February 28, 2013

Link Round-Up: February 28, 2012

What's in your Bag? is a fascinating Tumblr sure to appeal to your inner O.C.D. impulse... or, at least, your inner Kinder. 

David Neevel only likes the chocolate cookie part of the OREO, so he built a machine to remove the creme.
Is it just me or is sportswear beginning to look a lot like uniforms out of some sci-fi movie?

Morris Scott Dollens was an active and creative science fiction fan from the earliest days of sci-fi fandom, starting with making the fanzine Science Fiction Collector via hectography at age 16. He went on to illustrate covers for various other fanzines and wrote short stories, but largely left those creative endeavors for technological hobbies and jobs related to photography and recording from the 1950s to 1960s. Following the moon landing in 1969, he began creating small-scale astronomical paintings that he mailed to sci-fi conventions all over the country, where they were part of convention art shows. He also made miniature scenes of space exploration, which he crafted as teasers for a movie, Dream of the Stars, which he sent to magazines and book publishers, but his movie was never made.

Steampunk Tower Defense. Keep the baddies from smashing your brass-n-gears base with effects that rival even your finest local magic lantern show.

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