March 21, 2010
In the future, all naming conventions will be like Perigo Minas’: “We have abandoned the punk heroes naming convention, and now moved on to celebrity harlots of the Restoration.”
Fun with neurology:
- Zombie ants: “The fungus accurately manipulates the infected ants into dying where the parasite prefers to be.”
- Brain clue may explain why some autistics avoid hugs
- Toxoplasma: “It's not just destroying this fear aversive response, it's creating something new.”
Commuter trains of thought: using the spatial tricks that are only possible in the comics medium to play with overlapping narratives – clever and funny.
Speaking of trains: Brenda Braithwaite’s disturbing, revealing board game/art piece Train. (Both via Morgue.)
How do legal deposit libraries like the Bodleian stand with regard to electronically published material? The British Library makes the case for a curated archive of the Web.
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