Link25 (036) – The Icecapade Edition

Posted by on December 28, 2012

For those of you who don’t know, every Friday we come to you with 25 of the week’s best links, articles, images, and videos from all over the web. The last week has certainly not been a disappointment with everything from one of the most un-ganster ganster raps in the world to what is probably the greatest snowman prank ever, so get ready to kick off the weekend because this is Link25 (036) – The Icecapade Edition.
Picture of the Week: The Durdle Door Limestone ArchDurdle Door is a natural limestone arch on the Jurassic Coast near Lulworth in Dorset, England. While open to the public, it is privately owned by the Welds, a family who own 12,000 acres (50 sq. km) in Dorset in the name of the Lulworth Estate. The name Durdle is derived from the Old English [...]

Rule of math


Deep thought

Guys vs Girls


Walking with a purpose

Lake Hillier: The Pink Lake in AustraliaLake Hillier is a pink-coloured lake on Middle Island in Western Australia. Middle island is the largest of the islands and islets that make up the Recherche Archipelago, a group of about 105 islands and [...]



reaction to math

sharks aren't so bad


Science fact

Women In Bubbles Over Paris: Long Before PhotoshopWith photoshop anything is possible, but it is fascinating to see how creative photographers were before its time. This collection, from 1963, was shot by Melvin Sokolsky for Harper’s Bazaar “Bubble” Spring Collection. Each image features [...]

drawing trees on paper


mystery section
30 Exercise Motivation TipsEven the most fanatic gym-goer has days where it’s harder to pull on those sneakers and get enthusiastic about exercise. Whether the reluctance [...]

Video games vs real life

Amazing 3D Drawings





Simon’s Cat in ‘Icecapade’



One huge dot

Why The Monopoly Player Pieces (Top, Thimble, Hat) Are What They AreWhat do a thimble, a sack of money, a battleship, and a top hat have in common? Not much, other than that they are among the eleven playing tokens you receive [...]
David Pegg


After helping found the United Nations, the United States, and United Airlines, David consigned himself to a transient life of writing lists and sleeping on park benches.

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  • The Mastodon

    I’ve been to Durdle Door. It’s epic

  • Miriam

    Actually, if you got close enough to a panther to see it (which I do not recommend, unless you work at a zoo or other facility that regularly deals with large wild animals and therefore may have access to animal tranquilizers), you would see that many panthers do have spots. However they are black spots on black fur and only maybe a shade or two darker than the fur itself, so it is incredibly hard to see on their coats. It is also why for many years people did not know that panthers and leopards are related, when in fact panthers are simply black leopards.