Psychology Quizzes, Funny School Story,, and Online OCR Tool

October 31st, 2014 by , in Friday around the Web

BBC: Psychology Quizzes
Cool little surveys, covering everything from “how musical you are” to how the smells you find nostalgic relate to the decade you grew up in.

School Joke Story: “What Starts With F…”
Little Harry thinks he ought to be in the 3rd grade, so his teacher gives him a test. He aces the test just fine, but what about the principal who’s listening in? LOL
Beautiful concept: take a present-day picture in the same place as a past picture, matching up as many details as possible. Some are funny, some are quirky, and some are too poignant for words.

Free Online OCR
Use this tool to make pure text out of an image (it recognizes the text printed on an image).

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Thought-Provoking Questions, Aurora Borealis Drink, Country Storefront, and Handy Music Sites

October 24th, 2014 by , in Friday around the Web

25 Beautifully-Illustrated Thought-Provoking Questions
Scroll through these 25 image questions and think hard about your answers!

Aurora Borealis Cocktail
Woww…I wouldn’t drink this, I’d just marvel at it!

Country Storefront, Gordonton, NC, 1939 (pic)
Very cool historical photo!

Top 10 Websites for You to Play Music According to Your Mood
Need appropriate music for moments in your life? These 10 websites can help you! Some are mobile-friendly and some are mainly desktop, but all are great fun to explore.

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Social Perception Study, Funny Animals Face-to-Face, SoundCloud, and

October 17th, 2014 by , in Friday around the Web

Social Perception: A Study of Appearances
How do we honestly judge if someone is successful, friendly, or good? According to this study, we may judge by appearance far more than we’d like to admit…

Photography: Animals Face-to-Face
Funny and awesome up-close animal pics–some of these are just waiting for funny captions!

Find anything from indie music to podcasts and everything in between! (Plus, make your own account and upload your own sounds, whatever they might be!)
Make any web page print-friendly by feeding the URL through this handy little online tool.

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Thought Patterns Cartoon, Dog and Cat Pic, Hearst Castle Pics, and Photo Websites

October 10th, 2014 by , in Friday around the Web

Thought Patterns (thoughtful cartoon)
Visually describes how our thought patterns change over time…poignant and accurate.

Dog and Cat
Why does this look like the dog and cat took this pic with their cell phones while slightly tipsy at the club? LOL

The Hearst Castle
Awesome photos of the California landmark…

9 Cool Websites You Need to Bookmark to Manipulate Your Photos
If you’re trying to avoid Instagram and don’t have Photoshop, try these websites!

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Introvert Myths, Crazy Photo Effects, Double Exposures, and Food Coloring Projects

October 3rd, 2014 by , in Friday around the Web

10 Myths about Introverts
Contrary to popular beliefs, introverts aren’t just “shy” or “weird”–find out 8 more common beliefs about introverts that are utterly untrue!

When a Photograph is Not Just a Photograph
Juxtapositions of people and objects to make funny and cool effects.

Double Exposures
Beautiful, unsettling, and poetic images…

33 Beautiful Things You Can Make with Food Coloring
Blue velvet cupcakes (yes, I said “blue” velvet!), Oreos dipped in colored chocolate, and more!

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Redo: What Lies Within Us, Youda Survivor, 4 Singing Horses, and Web Software

October 3rd, 2014 by , in Friday around the Web
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An inspirational quote, a challenging Flash game, a musical timewaster, and some Internet equivalents to software round on this refreshed links post–click and enjoy!!

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How Mindsets Hold Us Back, Celebrity Caricatures, Ballet Video, and

September 26th, 2014 by , in Friday around the Web

Mindset (images)
How often do we hold ourselves back unnecessarily, like an elephant conditioned to believe it cannot break away from a thin rope?

Berbatov Shows Artistic Style in Celebrity Caricatures (pics)
Amazing and funny caricatures of celebrities like Hugh Laurie (as Dr. House), Snoop Dogg, and even The Godfather!

lalala human steps “amelia” (video)
Gorgeous ballet video. <3
Want to know what time it REALLY is? Check this website and see how far behind or ahead your computer clock is!

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Redo: Toddler Code of Conduct, StarDust, True Facts, and Idea Swap

September 26th, 2014 by , in Friday around the Web
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Today’s reworked links post takes you through the hilarious truths of parenting a toddler, on to a pretty and relaxing timewaster and some neat facts, and lands you in the middle of the Idea Swap. Check it out!

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Psychopath Test, The (Funny) Case Against Dieting, Newgrounds Music, and Food Textures

September 19th, 2014 by , in Friday around the Web

The Psychopath Test
Do you think like a psychopath? This one question will show you!

“Healthy” vs. “Unhealthy” Eating: Does It Make a Difference? (Funny Image)
Wowwww. Just WOWWWW. Audio Portal
This is a great place to find music, especially electronica of all sorts.

It’s a Texture Thing: How to Get Over Slimy, Spongy, and Other Unfamiliar Food Textures
As an extremely picky eater, it’s hard to imagine being able to just “get over” my aversions to food textures, but this is worth a read!

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Redo: Jung and Myths, FlyGuy, Silly Warning Sign, and Beginner’s Guide to Flash

September 19th, 2014 by , in Friday around the Web
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Today’s refreshed links post has an all-new link about Jungian philosophy intersecting with myth! Click to read about that, plus experience a relaxing timewaster game, laugh at a funny sign, and learn more about making Flash videos!

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