Enjoy your Friday links with an unexpected snow creature and movies made from Legos.
And the Oscar for best first Oscars promo goes to…
From the network that brought you made-for-tv monstrosities including Natalee Holloway and From Homeless to Harvard, comes the love story of the future Mr. and Mrs. William Windsor.
How could this not be amazing?
When efforts to tighten economic and health-realted belts collide, adorable Girl Scouts lose.
How little are you willing to pay for beer?
A government-run institute in Malaysia has announced it released 6,000 genetically modified mosquitoes into an uninhabited patch of forest in December to combat dengue fever. (via Ecocentric)
Not totally. But as of 12:30 a.m. (local time) last night, there was almost no Internet traffic going into or out of the country.
More than 60 years after the Holocaust, restored violins convey pain and loss — and hope.
“As Jay Carney transitions to WH Press Secretary, Biden will briefly be without spokesperson. Brace for war or worse.”
— Twitter user @pourmecoffee on Jay Carney, former TIME staffer and current communications director for Vice …
The Yad Vashem Holocaust museum in Israel has announced it will be partnering with Google to create an easily accessible archive of 130,000 World War II-era photos. (via The Telegraph)