Payphone Project shows "stories, pictures, phone numbers and news from payphones and public telephony".
Blue's News and The Huffington Post/HuffPost Food shared an If We Assume's The United States (U.S.) of Starbucks article with images of Starbucks statistics and U.S.' locations -- "... Another chain restaurant by which we might measure our lives, particularly in the Pacific Northwest (PNW), is Starbucks. This Seattle-based-behemoth has played an integral role in the coffee culture around the world, and along with the Nerd Triumvirate (Microsoft, Boeing, and Amazon) has secured our city's place on the global stage.
The Atlantic has an article titled "The Dark Knight Spelunks: A Visual History of the Batcave" -- "... But if there's one element of Batman's universe that realizes its potential for Gothic camp more than any other -- one element that crystallizes its weirdly incoherent aesthetics into a distinct reality whose properties you can see in a glance
Neatorama shared The World Geography's article showing "Unusual Bridges For Animals - Wildlife Overpasses -- Wildlife overpasses, green bridges, and ecoducts all refer to structures that have been built over roads to allow wildlife to cross safely to the other side of the road. The bridges are for the animals; the animals walk over the road, and the vehicles go through the structure. Most of the structures are between 10 m (30 ft) and 60 m (180 ft) wide. They typically have soil, litter, and vegetation on top to provide suitable habitat for a range of different species and species groups. The larger structures are typically intended for large mammals ranging from ungulates (e.g. deer, elk, moose) to large carnivores (e.g. black bear, grizzly bear, Canada lynx, wolverine, wolf). Here are pictures of some of the most beautiful and interesting wildlife overpasses in the world..."
Blue's News shared a puzzle platform Flash game titled "Perspective" on Free Web Arcade and its official web site, Newgrounds -- "You play as a dog following his elderly master, solving puzzles along the way using his unique perspective changing ability." and "View the world from a different perspective in this puzzle platformer! Stay away from spikes and enemies, collect coins, and reach the door that is next to your master. You can view each level from two perspectives, which will allow you to turn spikes into coins and enemies into platforms. In later levels, you'll be required to collect a key and control two characters simultaneously."
VideoSift shares a three minutes and 55 seconds Vimeo video showing "all 135 National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)'s space shuttle launches simultaneously/at once.