Just when you thought the internet had blown up from Gangnam style saturation, we discovered some new winners. And they’re popular in our books.
Here are our top 5 delicious internet things from the past week (in no particular order):
The small stuff
Nikon’s Small World Microphotography competition features some jaw-dropping little suckers, including this blood-brain barrier in a live zebrafish embryo that scored first place.
There’s always room in my heart for a graph that makes you go “mmmmmmm”. Felice Frankel’s new book Visualizing Science shows how you can give data the wow-factor (for researchers, or graph nerds like myself)
If there’s a mathematical link to the 31/10, it’s in and around a pumpkin. Thanks to Neatorama for the share.
And fold and bend and flex
It could be aerobics, or it could be a happy clever flexagon. Have a hexaflexagon party with Vihart’s YouTube mathemusic.
But this makes me giggle.
Now we’re just waiting for your Mars rover Halloween costumes to come rolling in for next week’s faves. Really, I like them already.