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Art Project of the Day: Barcelona-based art collective blablabLAB set up a self-service souvenir station on La Rambla which invited tourists to "become their own souvenir" by sculpting a likeness in real-time using three Kinects and a RapMan 3D printer.

[hyst.]

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Bacon Bazooka of the Day: Keeping alive its semi-annual Bacon Day tradition of building freaking ridiculous weapons out of bacon, This Is Freaking Ridiculous constructed a 3-foot-long battery-operated bacon-encased BA-Zooka "capable of launching model rockets and summer sausages."

After flipping the illuminated rocker switch the BA-Z

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I, For One, Etc. of the Day: No prehensility and/or access to currency? Challenge accepted.

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Damn Nature U Miraculous of the Day: From NatGeo's Expedition Week special Tiger Man of Africa: The Mating Game, big cat conservationist John Varty closely observes as one his 15 Tiger Canyons reserve tigers gives birth.

Caution: Contains rather graphic footage of a tiger being born. If that's not your cup of tea, don't click play.

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Kids React To The Darndest Viral Videos of the Day: The Fine Bros. subject the precocious minds of their viral-video-viewing kids to Rebecca Black's "Friday."

And suddenly, the future doesn't seem so hopeless.

[thefinebros.]

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Swag Jacking of the Day: Brock Baker returns to do to Jenna Rose what he did to Rebecca Black: Make her single eminently more enjoyable with a simple overdub.

[mcgoiter.]

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Word Clouds of the Day: Crystal Smith @ The Achilles Effect (a site that examines how young boys' understanding of masculinity affects their perception of femininity) culled a list of words from 59 toy spots directed at either boys or girls and plugged them into Wordle to produce a word cloud illustrating which words are used most often in ads targeting boys (top) versus words used most often in

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