Boing Boing shared Imagineering Disney's photo(graph) collection/gallery showing Then And Now photo(graph)s of Disney Parks
Super Stock Take -- An action platform puzzle game with a monkey and a mean human boss/supervisor/manager.Submitted by ant on Sat, 04/20/2013 - 9:22pm. Art/Design | Audio | Food/Drink | Nature | Personal | Sight Seeings | Web Games | Work
Blue's News shared an addicting (almost a couple hours!) Flash action platform puzzle game titled "Super Stock Take" on Free Web Arcade and its official web site, Nitrome. The player is a little worker monkey that must move and jump around, move crates, avoid getting drilled and la(z/s)ered, figure out puzzles, etc. for the mean human boss/manager/supervisor.
Public Broadcast Service (PBS) (has spoilers like in movies, television/TV shows/series, comic books, etc.) has a 56.75 minutes documentary titled "Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines that "traces the fascinating evolution and legacy of Wonder Woman. From the birth of the comic book superheroine in the 1940s to the blockbusters of today, Wonder Women! looks at how popular representations of powerful women often reflect society's anxieties about women's liberation."
This 2.5 minutes YouTube video shows a parody/spoof of a love/romance break up titled "Co-Op Breakup -- Breaking up is hard to do. Like Legendary hard."
Blue's News shared two articles (three pages NetworkWorld without images and one page PCWorld with images) on "How hacking fixed the worst video game of all time... So why should you give it another chance? Because code hackers managed to fix some of the games most glaring problems, and now it's actually fun to play..."
ThorntonText's Reddit comment mentioned "FictionURL -- Exploring Television/TV's Internet... Ever see or hear a website, domain, or URL on your favorite television show and wonder if it was real and what was behind it? Us too! And that was the genesis of FictionURL, a blog devoted to exploring television’s fictional internet through commentary and criticism.
Boing Boing reports on why "why is it so hard to make a phone call in emergency situations? ... But it is a fact that, whenever disaster strikes, it becomes difficult to reach the people you care about.