19 January 2014

This Week in Awesome (1/18/14)

Still trying to get this right... small steps.

In celebration of the return of Archer this past week, Uproxx put together a supercut of the self-involved superspy's best one-liners.

Here's a long but very interesting story about relief efforts for American soldiers held prisoner during World War II that included modified board game sets that included items that could be useful in an escape. (Eurogamer via Consumerist)

What if your Google searches were handled by an actual person? (CollegeHumor)

And finally this week, on the real side of things Google, an interactive timeline of popular music since 1950. (Laughing Squid)

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