It’s time to share a few interesting links I have found throughout the week. Some of these I mention on Twitter, if you’re not already following me there, please do! Have a link I should feature in the upcoming link pack? Let me know!
New Edition Of The Strangest Book In The World: Codex Seraphinianus
This October publishing house Rizzoli plans to re-release Luigi Serafini’s strange Codex Seraphinianus. Take a gander at its weirdness. I can’t wait.
What would you say if you could read 500 words per minute, how about 700? What if you could finish a whole novel in 90-minutes. Well, Spritz—with the power of some smart technology—wants to help you do just that.
5 Common Problems I See In Your Stories
In classic PenMonkey style (aka nsfw), author Chuck Wendig offers five candid pieces of writing advice. There’s some good thoughts here no matter how long you’ve been at it.
Device 6 Title Sequence
One of my favorite sites—Art of the Title—featured the title sequence for one of my favorite games from last year: Device 6. I high recommend you check out this interview. It’s fantastic.
Typography…animated. This is the best thing I have seen all week.
Watch A Spectacular Supercell Take Form In Wyoming
Nature is amazing.
What does the per capita consumption of cheese have to do with the number of people who died by becoming tangled in their bedsheets? You wouldn’t think there’s a correlation, but there sure seems to be something fishy going on.
Granny & Shady Lady
The most terrifying home-craft project you’ve ever seen.
How far can you walk/drive in 10 minutes?
Isoscope is built to help you figure that out. (It’s super cool.)
Lovecraft Story of the Week:
The Case of Charles Dexter Ward
Since it’s a long weekend, why not a longer read. Follow Charles Dexter Ward as he becomes engrossed in researching his dark family history.
Farewell Gif of the Week: