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a baker's dozen of links

I cleaned out my "do something with this" email folder and here's all the links I found. Enjoy!

- Webcast: A Preview of iPhoneLive. A presentation previewing the iPhoneLive conference coming to San Jose in November (recording of presentation should be available soon). I watched the presentation and came away very stoked about the conference and iPhone development!

- The Big Picture - The Sun (at boston.com, via initialdescent). Ooooooooooo. Beautiful.

- Merlin myths and links with Wales. Historical information about the Merlin legend. Interesting, especially for Arthur/Merlin fans.

- The Top 100 Undiscovered Web Sites. Not any more. Something here for everyone.

- 10 Best Unsung Web Comics (article written by egriffith!!). Weird, funny, sweet. I should read more of these. Don't miss the link to "10 Wicked Awesome Webcomics" in the article.

- So Open It Hurts. Living your life on the web, including when it gets really really rough. Long, but very intriguing look at a new way of living a public life.

- Ancient Tablet Ignites Debate on Messiah and Resurrection. Pre-Jesus Jewish writings of a Messiah who rises from the dead after three days. A serious "WTF?" to many a Biblical and religious scholar.

- Scratch Game - Imagine, Program, Share. Interactive multimedia creations, for young and old alike. Looks like a nice way to get kids interesting in storytelling and programming.

- Physics professor (and SF writer) dr_phil_physics on homework and studying. Good advice from the prof. I'm passing this on to kids all around.

- The Deep and Meaningful Winnie-The-Pooh Character Test (at OKCupid.com, might require registration). Which one are you? I bet I end up as Pooh.

- Mars on Earth (at BoingBoing). The Mars Society Desert Research Station tries to create Mars-like scenarios on Earth. For the wannabe Mars-onaut in all of us.

- Google Maps Changing The Way We See The World. Mapping the world, via Google. Remember the iPhoneLive Conference link at the start? Here comes the hyperlocal future, via mobile devices!
Tags: links, religion, space exploration, technology
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