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Op deze pagina vind je een overzicht van de bekende en minder bekende Buitenlandse Blogs waaronder Gunaxin, Heavy Breaking News, Heavy.com, All That’s Interesting, Grunge, Mental Floss, Overheard in New York, Laughing Squid, Joanne Casey, The Oatmeal, Other Crap, Buzzfeed Latest, Mandatory, Neotorama, Bored Panda en TYWKIWDBI. Het merendeel van de Blogs is in het Engels, maar je komt op de blogpagina overzichten ook Duitse, Zweedse of anderstalige blogs tegen.

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  • For His 100th Anniversary, Let's Meet the Real Bambi
    In 1923, Viennese author Felix Salten published his novel Bambi, a Life in the Woods. It was a coming-of-age story about a young deer. Walt Disney later obtained the rights to it and produced the 1942 animated movie Bambi. That movie is now a children's classic, although is often remembered... Read more »
  • Map of US Towns with the Same Name
    When you read the place name, which place do you think of? The big city on Lake Erie where the river used to catch on fire regularly? Me, too.But there's also a Cleveland, Tennessee and a Cleveland, Mississippi. There's even a Cleveland, Texas (I've been there) five different Clevelands in... Read more »
  • The Moon Suits Developed for the Artemis Program
    //instagram.com/p/Cp1adyYL6N1 When NASA astronauts return to the moon with the Artemis space program, they'll be wearing all new moonwalk suits by Axiom Space. The contracting company calls these suits Axiom Extravehicular Mobility Units, or AxEMUs for short. Axion unveiled the prototype for these suits last week, although the finished product... Read more »
  • The Heartwarming Story behind the Starry Waffles Painting
    Matt Dawson is a painter who lives in Louisiana. He recently became Internet famous when he published on Instagram a photo of his latest painting: Starry Waffles. It mimics the style and background of Vincent Van Gogh's iconic Starry Night, except that it shows a Waffle House restaurant instead of... Read more »
  • VideoThe Arctic Expedition that Went by Balloon
    In the 19th century, there was a race between various explorers and their nations to be the first to reach the North Pole. That quest was finally accomplished by Robert Peary in 1909, or possibly it was Matthew Henson, or even Frederick Cook in 1908. Those expeditions followed many others... Read more »
  • All the US Presidents as Comic Book Villains
    32. Franklin D. Roosevelt pic.twitter.com/TfUJhpVh02— Cam Harless (@hamcarless) March 21, 2023https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.jsIf you got a kick out of Cam Harless' Gallery of US Presidents with Mullets, you're going to love his latest project. Presumably with the help of an artificial intelligence image generator, he has made comic book characters out of... Read more »
  • VideoAn Honest Trailer for Everything Everywhere All At Once
    You probably knew that the movie Everything Everywhere All At Once won almost all the Oscars at this year's Academy Awards (seven major awards). If you haven't seen the movie, you might be wondering what all the hoopla is about. Screen Junkies has you covered with this Honest Trailer. Just... Read more »


  • Video"Audacious Adi" dances
    YouTube link.This was Adilyn Malcolm's YouTube debut; she now has a second video. Some reader more in tune with contemporary music and dance can tell us whether this is dubstep or some variant subgenre.Reposted from 2014 because I encountered it again while browsing my old music videos category.  Worth sharing again... Read more »
  • Birdsmouth joints on a sailboat mast
    More on birdsmouth cuts and joints.  You learn something every day.  Image via.This would be somewhat lighter in weight than a solid wood mast, but perhaps there are other considerations re flexibility etc?  Someone out there will know.More on modern high-tech sailboat masts.... Read more »
  • Worst globe ever
    Cropped for size from the image at the Crappy Design subreddit, where the comment thread is full of snarky comments, but with no link to the source of the image or the manufacturer of this reportedly $200 globe.  Can anyone track that down??... Read more »
  • The symbolism of green Converse sneakers
    As a synecdoche for the tragedy of our historical moment, consider a news item about the murder of nineteen schoolchildren in Uvalde, Texas. One victim, ten-year-old Maite Rodriguez, was identifiable only by the green Converse sneakers she wore. She had drawn a heart on her right shoe. After the actor... Read more »
  • "This is everything I have left"
    We were surrounded by a maze of folding tables, chairs, and couches draped in kente cloth. In the center of the room sat a four-by-four-foot metal cage that had been used by a search and rescue team to airlift people from the roofs of inundated houses after Katrina. Every inch... Read more »
  • The imagery of the James Webb Space Telescope
    NASA's Hubble Space Telescope made the Pillars of Creation famous with its first image in 1995, but revisited the scene in 2014 to reveal a sharper, wider view in visible light, shown above at left.A new, near-infrared-light view from NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, at right, helps us peer through... Read more »
  • VideoNo crabs were injured in the making of this video
    Some relevant discussion at the interestingasfuck subreddit.... Read more »