Mad Quickies 7.19
- Kelly Sue DeConnick talks Captain Marvel and replacing woman characters with “sexy lamps”.
- The Science Writing I’m Most Excited About – That Isn’t About Science. Ben Lillie talks about our own Maki’s kickstarter project, and how science communication can be the most exciting where you wouldn’t expect it.
- The Science that Uncovered J.K. Rowling’s Pseudonymous Book.
- Streamer – Find out what’s upstream and downstream of any river. This is a fascinating visualization of how local water changes can effect things far away.
- Beautifully embroidered bugs. Make says they’re creepy. I say they’re fabulous.
- Visualization of Superhero Deaths. And resurrections. And more deaths.
- The Worst Portfolio Ever. How not to show off your talents.
- Centrifugal Force and Toys Soaked in Paint.
- The Story Coaster – A visualizatoin of how stories *really* develop.
Ask an Astronomy Brain Parasite – with Wil Wheaton!
Featured Image: Patrick Schafrick soaks toys in paint and then launches them to catch how the paint spins off of them.