Friday, January 17, 2014

Five for Friday: Your cat is judging you

Posted By on Fri, Jan 17, 2014 at 12:44 PM

Looking for something to kill time until the the clock hits 5 p.m.? Here's a collection of links that should help:


1. For the first time since 1998, there is a new game for the SNES. Yes, you read that correctly, the Super Nintendo Entertainment System.


2. A creepy slideshow of 8 abandoned amusement parks. Not gonna lie; I kinda want to go.

If you can't get enough of abandoned theme parks (like me), check out 21 photos of Orlando's abandoned theme park Splendid China and 24 unbelievable pics of Walt Disney World's abandoned River Country attraction.


3. Here's a pretty deep rabbit hole for you. Today, Google released a new way to look at the history of popular music with their music timeline.

4. 10 things you didn't know about Pixar.  If you look to the right, you'll find a seemingly endless selection of top ten lists.


5. Your cat's feelings for you may not be as complex as you'd imagined. 

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