Links for November 3, 2008

3D printers are amazing.

The human race has yet to reach the pinnacle of awesomeness, as is evidenced by the fact that some people still think that 13-year-old gang-rape victims should be murdered for "adultery".

Brendan Jamison uses sugarcubes to make sweet architectural sculptures.

Jason Kottke stopped updating his ongoing report on the state of gender diversity at web conferences, because it became too depressing.

Cursebird will keep you abreast of who's swearing on Twitter.

Do they ever know how to build gorgeous metro stations in Russia!

"From Silver Lake to Suicide: One Family's Secret History of the Jonestown Massacre" takes an intimate look through found letters at a tragedy that changed everything for one family.

Cesar Vallejo's poem "Today I Like Life Much Less..." kicks butt.

Say goodbye to Studs Terkel.

Ever a fan of vintage movie stills, I love this collection of end titles from old movies.

Meet the Abe Lincoln of someone else's dreams.

It is ridiculous that some people found it necessary to conduct a study to prove that obese women have sex.

If you are looking for "...intelligent discussions and advice on relationship problems, moral dilemmas, sexual predicaments, family squabbles, and all of life's other little quandaries...", check out quandr, a community forum.

Between the 17th and 20th centuries, wealthy women had artisans build really tiny houses for them.

After looking at these creative bed designs, my bed seems far too boring to sleep in.

I am a participant in NaBloPoMo 2008, a challenge to write 30 posts in 30 days during the month of November. "National Blog Posting Month is the epicenter of daily blogging!"

Open Call for Submissions

Some Things Just Aren't Meant To Be