Friday, March 23, 2018

Weekend Links 3-23-18

Your Friday roundup of interesting stuff unearthed this week:

I've always been curious how rare book dealers appraise books. Surprisingly it's a much quicker process than you might think.

You can now take a free online course in Klingon.

Every wonder how to write a great Jeopardy! clue?

Why P. G. Wodehouse is the funniest author in the English language. It's hard to argue with this logic. This also happens to be one of my current favorite websites to visit.

Steve McQueen's 1968 Ford Mustang from the movie Bullitt is considered the holy grail among car collectors. For a long time it was thought to be lost. The fact that it was found is only the beginning of the story. 

In some parts of the country it's time for the dreaded PBS fundraising drive.
It's rare that umpires speak in public about their profession which is why this interview is so interesting.

This documentary about Fred Rogers looks like it will be amazing.

Related: Why Mr. Rogers still matters.

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