Thursday, October 8, 2015

Link Round-Up: October 8, 2015

May The Force Be With YouCreated by Nadège Floriot

5 Reasons to Read the Entire Harry Potter Series All Over Again

31 Movies For Horror Newcomers

The 2015 finalists for the American Society of Microbiologists'agar art winners have been announced! Agar art, also sometimes called petri dish art or microbial art, is a technique in which colonies of bacteria or fungi are grown on agar plates to produce a pattern. If you want to see more, the Daily Dish posts a new art plate every single day.

Akira Kurosawa Painted the Storyboards for Scenes in His Epic Films

The Guggenheim Puts 1600 Great Works of Modern Art from 575 Artists Online

Kids have found a new way to share the Potter love! BuzzFeed Books spotted a new trend out in the wild: #PotterItForward, in which fans leave notes in library editions of the books for the next reader. Most are incredibly heartwarming, reminding future readers just starting the journey that Harry, Ron, and Hermione will become like their friends, and that even the scariest Dementors can be defeated. There are also some cheekier examples of Pottering It Forward, like this Moaning Myrtle note left in a girls’ bathroom.

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