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It’s YA BOI COLY and we’re back for another week of the best, most fun links from around the web! As always, we’re sponsored by the fine folks at Dave & Buster’s! Chris still has yet to take me…
(Editor’s Note: Funny you mention that, Coly, I actually went to D&B to watch this past week’s slate of NFL games. Great game day prices on food and drink, by the way)
I hate you.
Anyways, onto the links!
-Are you guys excited for the brand new iPhone 6 and 6S that was released today? Are you currently reading this from a line you’re standing in for some reason despite the fact they’re readily available online? Well, you can be like these guys and spend your hard earned money on an iPhone 6/6S and then just drop it on the ground to make sure it doesn’t shatter. Guess what? They shatter. I mean, they don’t explode like a bomb, but they crack, because—you know—they’re made out of glass.
–Mad Max: Fury Road was a dope movie filled with awesome, post-apocalyptic cars that were driven by psychopaths. Artist Scott Park liked the movie so much he decided to draw all the vehicles and compile it into one awesome, post-apocalyptic graphic.
-Every animal on the Earth is trying to kill you and here’s slow-motion video to prove it.
–Obligatory Space Post of the Week: Hey remember when we sent a probe to Pluto, it took a bunch of images, and then just kept going off into the darkness of space? Well, those photos have finally come back to us, and HOLY CRAP THEY’RE BEAUTIFUL. They’re not in full RGB color, but they’re in red, blue, and infrared spectrums which—according to science—is probably the most realistic image that we can get as Pluto has no “green” to detect, so it wouldn’t matter. This is the closest to what you’d see with your naked eye. Oh, Pluto, you are so beautiful, yet too tiny to still be considered a planet. I still love you, though.
-Have you ever wondered what the Internet would look like in real life? German photographer Heinrich Holtgreve thought the same thing, so he took his camera and started snapping photos of the Internet in real life. He photographs optic cables, internet-receiving satellites, bland facades of data centers, and for things he can’t photograph, he interprets. Check out the beautiful photographs on his website.
Enjoy your weekend!