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How the Brooklyn Bridge Was Built. The Story of One of the Greatest Engineering Feats in History

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Watch This Year’s Oscar-Winning Short "The Neighbor’s Window," a Surprising Tale of Urban Voyeurism

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The Biodiversity Heritage Library Makes 150,000 High-Res Illustrations of the Natural World Free to Download

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Scientist Creates a Working Rotary Cellphone

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Download 400,000 Free Classical Musical Scores & 46,000 Free Classical Recordings from the International Music Score Library Project

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Bob Marley’s Redemption Song Finally Gets an Official Video: Watch the Animated Video Made Up of 2,747 Drawings

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Enter the Cover Art Archive: A Massive Collection of 800,000 Album Covers from the 1950s through 2018

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Download Classic Japanese Wave and Ripple Designs: A Go-to Guide for Japanese Artists from 1903

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1.5 Million Slavery Era Documents Will Be Digitized, Helping African Americans to Learn About Their Lost Ancestors

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You Can Have Your Ashes Turned Into a Playable Vinyl Record, When Your Day Comes

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Garry Trudeau's Doonesbury imagines a Trump candidacy back in 1999. And nails it. You're sheep!”

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Word of the day: Kakistocracy: a state or country run by the worst, least qualified, or most unscrupulous citizens.

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“Tsundoku,” the Japanese Word for the New Books That Pile Up on Our Shelves. Best word ever?

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An Interactive Map Shows Just How Many Roads Actually Lead to Rome

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Two greats now gone. Bowie and Freddie Sing “Under Pressure.” The Isolated Vocal Track

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