5 Interesting Links for 12-28-2012

Bicycling (Life)

An innovative, cheap, light bicycle made almost entirely of recycled cardboard yet durable enough to ride through a rain puddle and take you all over town. Now if these could catch on, it would help solve some of the inactivity issues with students. Imagine, first period is always gym. Anyone who takes the bus or is driven must do a normal gym class. Those willing to bike to school get the credit and don’t have to leave at the crack of dawn to make it.

Zoology (Science)

This article is both a look at gorilla ingenuity and the hard line conservationist must walk between protection and interference.

Mars (Space)

The beautiful blend of old tech and new is roaming Mars. This article explains in all.

Movie Magic (Technology)

A look at the technologies profiled in the new Total Recall movie as far as which already exist or are on their way.

Persistence (Writing)

I’ll admit finishing was never a problem for me because I wanted to see how my books ended, but I’ve worked with a lot of writers who struggled on this point. Here’s the experience of a pro, David Farland, back when he was just starting.

Curve of Her Claw

Fall into a world where beauty is a facade, and one elf is pushed beyond reason to rid herself of the smooth-skinned curse. ~ Now available as an eBook:
Curve of Her Claw

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