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Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Sunspots 162

Things I have recently spotted that may be of interest to someone else:

(or something) From ABC News, an article on a college class in creative writing, that writes about how to properly let alien beings know about us.

The Scout Report recommend the University of Montana's web site on butterflies and moths as one of the best of the past year.

Slate reports that there are ants that like to live in computers.

Wired reports that a new newborn blood sample storage law is raising some fears about privacy violation.

The Scout Report recommends the Exploratorium's The Science of Music site as one of the best websites of the past year.

A minor league baseball player was traded for 10 baseball bats. Really.

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