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Friday, September 26, 2014

Link Round Up: Cool Things We Found on the Internet This Week

Posted By on Fri, Sep 26, 2014 at 3:40 PM

click to enlarge A young Jim Henson and George Lucas. - WIKIMEDIA
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  • A young Jim Henson and George Lucas.

Happy Friday! Have a look at what we're reading, viewing, and gawking at on the internet.

Jim Henson would have turned 78 on Wednesday; and here's another fact we discovered this week: Sesame Street is 45! In honor of Henson's birthday, McSweeney's re-tweeted this 2006 gem "by" Cookie Monster: "Cookie Monster Searches Deep Within Himself and Asks: Is Me Really Monster?" (McSweeney's)

If you're flying out of SFO this month, there's a beautiful photography exhibit on display in terminal three, level two: Geir Jordahl: Circle of Life (FlySFO)

There are many boring Instagram accounts full of duck-lip selfies, but then there are other accounts, like Lorraine Loots — who shares images of exquisite teeny-tiny paintings. (Brit + Co)

This site may not be new, but we just discovered it; and now we can't stop comparing the land mass of various countries to one another. (Map Fight)

Do you believe in ghosts? This week a security camera caught some eerie footage (AZCentral)
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