Rudolf (Rudy) E. Havenstein's funny tweet shows "You young whippersnappers think your generation is the first ones to discover 'selfies'? The 'LOL' as the kids say."
This ReverendFun comic strip shows a fight/an argument between Bible's Noah and Moses.
Boing Boing shared a Nerd Approved web page showing "Corporate Brands Are Cuter With Hayao Miyazaki And Disney-Style Logos -- Corporate logos tend to be a bit bland, but done in the style of Hayao Miyazaki and Disney they are downright precious. Artist Bruce Yan has taken some of those logos and changed just enough of the details to turn them into something new..."
KABC has two links about tomorrow's Super Bowl 48/XLVIII game: 8 reasons to get excited about Super Bowl XLVIII (besides the football) and Super Bowl questions you're embarrassed to ask your friends.
This CNN article shared the eleven/"11 things to know about Lunar New Year -- It's that time again: Lunar New Year. Red packets of money will change hands and dragon dances will roar through the streets as people around the world, predominately of Chinese descent, usher in the Year of the Horse. Beyond the usual Lunar New Year traditions, however, is a holiday full of interesting quirks and customs..."
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Adland.tv mentioned its commercials/ad(vertisment)s/spots list for "Super Bowl 2014 - Ad Spoiler Alert ... Super Bowl XLVIII (48) is days away, and we've got the Super Bowl Ad Spoiler Alert ready for your viewing pleasure. We'll update it (as usual) as we get closer with air times and any other info as it becomes available..."
TechHive shared a fifteen/15 pages screen capture/shot gallery showing "Relive the 1990s with these ancient, still-functioning websites ... The 1990s were also when most of the public first encountered all the digital magic the 'World Wide Web' (WWW) had to offer. The Internet has been through a lot in the subsequent decades, but you can still visit a number of stubborn vestiges of these primordial days.