It’s Sunday. Take the time to kick back and rest your aching anatomy after yesterday’s revelry. All you need is a click finger on the hand of your choice. Recline yourself in the chair and let’s take off on another journey across the Internet.

The Big Picture – Saturn at equinox

21 oddly named places and the stories behind them

Deep Green pool playing robot

VintageChicago in 1948San Francisco in 1958

Macs, PCs and herd mentality

3 myths about the H1N1 (swine flu) flu shot

Parahawking in Nepal

MusicFlute beatboxPlanxty MozartFour-handed guitar

Bugs in pictures

Scuderi split-cycle engine

World record penny pyramid

10/GUI – reinventing desktop human-computer interaction.

Cheers to beers!

Swap a Ford Escort engine in 42 seconds

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  1. fretwalker says:

    Re: oddly named places

    Big Bone Lick State Park is in Boone Co, KY, about 25 mi. south of Cincinnati,OH.
    The name comes from the many bones found there, the remains of prehistoric animals (mammoths, mastodons, giant sloths and such) who came to lick the minerals and got terminally stuck in the muck. It’s been a significant archeological site since the 18th century, with a number of fossils in Thomas Jefferson’s personal collection.

    About 3 miles east of the park is a little town named Beaver Lick.

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