Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Link Round-Up: July 31, 2013


Prints available for purchase from Etsy. US$18

3D printing comes to the high street

Books That Have Almost Been Transformed Into Crystals.  I don't know why.

Doctor Who fan-mania: Why I had to build my own Tardis

The Doom that Came to Atlantic City was billed as something of a Monopoly meets Cthulhu. It was a Kickstarter that got great reviews and raised over $120K. Then, suddenly, it was over. The cancellation of the project came as an unpleasant surprise to the game's creators, and the company that was supposed to produce it is basically forced to ask "please don't sue us." The announcement is not going over well. Other troubled Kickstarters.

Filter Fakers is a collection of Instagram photos tagged #nofilter, revealing what filter they did in fact use. Makes me think a lot of people don’t know what #nofilter means.

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