- New releases: Fiction Vixen (romance), AAR (romance), Dear Author (romance), and Book Riot (written by trans authors)
- Book and publishing news from Dear Author.
- Linkity from Smart Bitches.
- Linkity form Inkophile.
- Linkity from Sunita.
- The oldest library in the world.
- Interactive stone alphabet.
- Chuck Palahniuk has released a coloring book.
- “Misconceptions about American food I had from books“.
- New Hugo categories…
- Kama Sutra totebag.
Think, Do, Learn, Make
- Why do people dance when they have to pee?
- “A bizarre avocado crime wave is sweeping through New Zealand“.
- 16 Twin Peaks tidbits.
- IKEA’s changing the color of its big blue bag.
- Why cats sleep all the time.
- Scientific benefits of owning cats.
- Video tour of Hong Kong. Video train tour of Tokyo.
- 3D video tour of the International Space Station.
- 17 vegan recipes.
- 19 pesto recipes.
- Samoa cupcakes. (via orannia)
- Strawberry slab pie.
- Blackberry and nectarine upside-down cake.
- Healthy blueberry muffins.
- Strawberry shortcake.
- Cheesecake bites.
- Lemon and ricotta protein cake.
- Paleo chocolate mousse.
- Classic mac and cheese.
- “A great impoliteness” indeed.
- We have a lot of trees here.
- The Pittsburgh Penguins won the Stanley Cup!!!! Hmm, looks like a neck kiss to me…
- NASA’s Mars recruiting posters.
- “What happens to the sheep you don’t count before you fall asleep“.
- Programmer Barbie.
- Linkity from kmkat.
Cool or Wha…?
- The most dangerous light fixture in the world?
- Labyrinth: The Board Game.
- Mini 2001 monolith.
- Keyboard stickers.
- Sushi doughnuts.
- Whopper-scented air freshener.
- Clip-on motorized cat tail.
- Daniel Radcliffe with a Daniel Radcliffe doll.
- Competitive grave digging.
- Baby tawny frogmouth! Zebra and baby! Baby snow leopards! Sand cat and babies! Arctic wolf and babies!
Handmade Books for Everyday Adventures: 20 Bookbinding Projects for Explorers, Travelers, and Nature Lovers by Erin Zamrzla. More clever ideas for small bookbinding projects using Japanese binding techniques. Two of the more intriguing (to me) projects were the fold-out map book and the waterproof book.