23 March 2014

This Week in Awesome (3/22/14)

Time to get back to it...

A time-lapse? Oh yes, there's a time-lapse. (Vimeo Staff Picks)

It's possible you didn't know there's a TV series about the fictional character Dr. Hannibal Lecter and the FBI consultant who, in that fictional universe, was first responsible for catching him. (This show examines their relationship before the events of those books/movies.) This article nicely explains why the show is so fascinating and compelling. (Grantland)

And for a bit of historical reading, here's a profile of a serial entrepreneur who had a significant impact on 20th-century consumer culture, but whose name you probably don't know. (The Truth About Cars)

Pop-culture lists like this one are endlessly arguable; that's what makes them fun. (Entertainment Weekly via TV Tattle)

And finally this week, a look at other aircraft that have gone missing over the last 60 years or so. (Bloomberg)

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