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http://articlesofmeritnotlisted.com/quiltstuff/Bananas.html/Bananas.pdf A comprehensive history of the candlestick salad.
http://twitter.com/Horse_ebooks @horse_ebooks is a Twitter account which posts random, out of context lines from ebooks about horses. This is a collection of some of the best posts, these are comics made from its tweets and this blog has short stories made from @horse_ebooks quotes.
http://mjg59.livejournal.com/136274.html A rant on the desire to create "lightweight" open source software replacements. I'm linking this in particular because "To a first approximation, when someone says "Lightweight" what they mean is 'I don't understand the problems that the alternative solves'." is an excellent quote and summary of the issue.
http://www.resexcellence.com/ The long-defunct Mac website ResExcellence has returned with its old content. Back in the day this site had all kinds of information about the workings of Macintosh systems and I personally learned quite a bit from it in grade school and junior high. It certainly set me on the path that led me to learning everything I know about software. Although the current information is very outdated and they have no plans to resurrect posting I am very glad to see the site return to the web with all of its old information intact.
http://betterexplained.com/articles/a-visual-intuitive-guide-to-imaginary-numbers/ An explanation of how imaginary numbers work as a rotation.
http://www.overthinkingit.com/2011/04/25/star-wars-death-star-economics/ A look at the motivations and economics of the Death Star.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MIN8Cm5rYXY#t=5m35s I really, really don't know the context for this.