Work

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This is what your worker ant does all the time.

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This Savage Chickens comic strip shows an example with a chicken (not your overlord's friend).

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The Centrifuge Brain Project -- "... an insight on scientific experiments with amusement park rides."

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HardOCP shares an over 6.5 minutes YouTube video showing a mockumentary -- "The 'Centrifuge Brain Project' gives an insight on scientific experiments with amusement park rides..."

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The Cutting Room Floor (TCRF) -- A web site dedicated to unearthing and researching unused and cut content from video games..

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The Verge mentioned "The Cutting Room Floor (TCRF) is a site dedicated to unearthing and researching unused and cut content from video games. From debug menus, to unused music, graphics, enemies, or levels, many games have content never meant to be seen by anybody but the developers — or even meant for everybody, but cut due to time/budget constraints ..."

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An amazing discovery by silly chicken scientists!

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This Savage Chickens comic strip reveal something shocking and amazing!

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Smelly -- A funny and farty quick Flash stealth game.

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Heavy Metal Gamer shared a six minutes and five seconds YouTube video review titled "Silent But Deadly" for a short Smelly Flash stealth game. Basically, the player is a contractor/an employee who just pooped in his/her pants and have to escape and avoid being busted by colleagues.

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Why Things Fail: From Tires to Helicopter Blades, Everything Breaks Eventually

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This five pages Wired article, one single page, tells "Why Things Fail: From Tires to Helicopter Blades, Everything Breaks Eventually".

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Ten/10 Health Benefits of Playing Video Games

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VideoSift shares a two minutes and 39 seconds musical YouTube video shows "Ten/10 Surprising Health Benefits of Playing Video Games -- Want the reactions of a fighter pilot? How about the precision of a surgeon? Then you maybe need to spend more time on the computer. Presenting 10 surprising health benefits of playing video games."

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"That's no moon..."

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EXTRALIFE has a funny comic strip on the recent Disney's purchases of LucasFilms

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Star Wars Archives

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Star Wars Archive is pretty much what it is with images, videos, etc. from Star Wars.

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Drugs work on a resume.

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11:31AM [Mousey] http://i.imgur.com/BIb1h.jpg
[11:32am] [WorkerAnt] lol
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Have you been BUSY lately?

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How It's Made: Soap Bars

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VideoSift shares a five minutes YouTube video showing how soap bars are made.

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Apple's iPhone: The untold story -- Originally conceived as a tablet, iPhone was developed in secret facility ("purple dorm").

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This five pages NetworkWorld article (one print page) tells the untold story on Apple's iPhone -- "... Originally conceived as a tablet, iPhone was developed in secret facility dubbed the 'purple dorm.' ..."

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Things You Might Not Know About Deep Space Nine (DS9); A look back at "Trials and Tribble-ations" episode.

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This Neatorama article said "In 1993, Star Trek began a bold experiment: a series set on a fixed location. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (DS9) was an unusual, experimental and gloriously successful contribution to the Star Trek universe. Here are some facts that you might not know about the show..."

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How Erasers Are Made

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VideoSift shares a five minutes and 37 seconds YouTube video showing how erasers

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Typical scenario with your overlord's jobs...

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This Dilbert comic strip shows what crunch times is like with your overlord's jobs. :P Another one is coming up in a few weeks! :O

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Before Anyone Complained About the Air-Conditioning, an Idea

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Boing Boing shares The New York Times' City Blog on "what happened was air-conditioning. Sort of. July 17 was the date on the blueprints for newfangled equipment to temper the air..."

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Is/Are your office and/or study desk(s) dirty?

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