Friday Linkapalooza for March 14, 2014

The complexity of air traffic, the inside of a toaster, and Razer Blade's new laptop
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Written by Staff Writer • Posted on Mar 14, 2014


This nifty video shows you how busy and complex air traffic really is.

If you’ve ever wondered what the inside of a working toaster looks like, this might be for you.

Razer Blade’s new laptop is super-slim and super-cool.


Have you ever dreamed of seeing elephants in Africa? This luxury vacation home could be just the thing to complete your dream safari.

Did you drop that sandwich? It's okay, it's still good, as long as you pick it up really quick—scientific evidence supports the five-second rule. Whew!

You may have heard that the luminous Lupita Nyong'o just won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her role in the Best Picture winner 12 Years a Slave. Did you know it was her first film role ever? Nyong'o graduated from the Yale School of Drama, one of the most prestigious acting programs in the world, so it makes sense that she is enjoying success. In this fun article, Nyong'o's classmates from Yale discuss their admiration for the actress and her work.


It’s hard to believe, but Malaysia Airlines flight 370 is missing, baffling people everywhere. Here is a list of potential scenarios that could explain the plane’s mysterious disappearance.

If Flight 370 did indeed crash into the Pacific Ocean, finding it may be much more difficult than most of us realize. This animation shows how small an airliner really is in comparison to the world’s largest ocean.

The United States Mint is reportedly designing a $5 gold coin that is curved to mimic a baseball.


Sleep is incredibly important to a healthy lifestyle. Here are some interesting facts about sleep you may not be aware of.

Take a second to think: Where’s the dirtiest place in your house? You probably didn’t guess this.

A study is trying to determine if animals enjoy music in ways similar to humans.


Could moss power a radio?

Artist Marty Cooper has fun drawing his distinctive cartoon characters on transparency film, and then photographing them in front of every day scenes. Good for a laugh!

Coca-Cola recently staged a fun gag where they filmed unsuspecting movie patrons in the theater lobby and put them in their own movie trailer.


Sophie is an English bulldog who likes wearing hoodie sweatshirts and rolling down grassy hills. No, really!

Have a wonderful weekend!