Monday, May 26, 2014

Link Round-Up: May 26, 2014

With great power comes limited crossover possibilities.
"I suppose this is what happens when you cross fan art with social commentary. I came up with the idea for this gag illustration after watching “The Amazing Spiderman 2″ on opening weekend, but only just now got around to finishing it. It pretty much summarizes how I felt about the new franchise, the larger Marvel cinematic universe and the realities of binding contracts."

10 Geek Holidays and How to Celebrate Them

A “High Elf” attacked a car with a sword, and then gave an interview about the experience. Sometimes we’re glad we’re alive. 

New York City's Metropolitan Museum of Art has a fairly impressive collection of art stashed away—and now you can download almost 400,000 digital images of its pieces for free.  The artworks have been released as Open Access for Scholarly Content (OASC), which means students, academics and anyone working on scholarly-like not-for-profit projects can use them free of charge.

Panda’s mission is trying to keep designers and hackers inspired by filtering and delivering the highest quality content in a beautiful and non obtrusive way. Nice!

Wired has compiled George R. R. Martin’s 14 Greatest LiveJournal Entries.

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