Posts tagged with ‘books

Website of the day: Explore the world of Game of Thrones, Google Maps style
This isn’t the first GoT/Song of Ice and Fire interactive maps, but it’s certainly the most comprehensive, showing you not just places and events, but allowing you to sort by book, by character and character path. Incredible work.
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Website of the day: Explore the world of Game of Thrones, Google Maps style

This isn’t the first GoT/Song of Ice and Fire interactive maps, but it’s certainly the most comprehensive, showing you not just places and events, but allowing you to sort by book, by character and character path. Incredible work.

Link

Statue of Edgar Allan Poe with a giant raven will be unveiled in Boston in October 2014, will be totally epic and might start a land war between Boston and Baltimore
Read the story here

Statue of Edgar Allan Poe with a giant raven will be unveiled in Boston in October 2014, will be totally epic and might start a land war between Boston and Baltimore

Read the story here

Science fiction stories with good astronomy and physics

This is a selective list of some short stories and novels that use more or less accurate science and can be used for teaching or reinforcing astronomy or physics concepts. Included are both traditional “science-fiction” and (occasionally) more serious fiction that derives meaning or plot from astronomy or physics ideas.

See the full list here

How to of the day: How to make a faux bookcase secret door

Every home of mine from now on will have one of these, or more.

Submitted by HDCase






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