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Thursday, January 28, 2010

Sunspots 245

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



Science:
Wired has posted satellite photos of icy parts of the world.

Wired also reports that a map of the Tokyo train system looks very much like a slime mold.

You can hear the sounds of Saturn's rings, here, courtesy of Universe Today.

Politics:
(or something) The Strange Maps blogger has posted graphical evidence that Australia is large.

The Washington Post says that Scott Brown's victory in Massachussets was not necessarily about the Democratic health plans in Congress.

Computing: 
The New York Times advises Facebook users to check their privacy settings.



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