The Free Universal Construction Kit is a set of plans for 3-d printable thingummies that allow you to connect your Tinkertoy spools to your Lincoln Logs, or your Lego bricks to your K’Nex.
Long-overlooked research explains the nature of Rudolph’s glow, and its fitness for his habitat.
The records for 25 December 1949 indicate a worldwide fog of unprecedented extent. Claus’ adoption of Rudolph and cultivation of a pure-breeding strain facilitated his navigational tasks during the smogs that beset developed countries in the 1950s and 1960s.
An oldie but a goodie, saved from linkrot: Thomas the NJ Transit train.
Featuring (now) full-time colleagues Alex and Maanvi.
And check out the cameo by Stacey at 1:39.
Looks like I won’t have to travel as far as L.A.
Oh, I think I need to make it out to Los Angeles some time early next year.
Tommy, you had me from the awful magenta-on-blue script neon logo. Ben Yakas is a lucky man.
Brooklyn has Columbused the only game at Dave & Buster’s that I like to play.
Get while it lasts: Hitler reacts to missing the first Colorado record Hoary Redpoll (Carduelis hornemanni).
What’s most admirable about Sam Borden’s piece on the reluctance of NFL players to wear athletic protection is how he runs the table of euphemisms without once referring to the family jewels. Oh, and I learned why a pioneering manufacturer of jockstraps was named Bike.