[gallery] North Korea Has Found a Secret Unicorn Lair, Apparently “Archaeologists of the History Institute of the DPRK Academy of Social Sciences have recently reconfirmed a lair of the unicorn rode by King Tongmyong, founder of the Koguryo Kingdom,” reports the — wait. Stop. UNICORNS? That’s an...

[gallery] How hard is it to disconnect a country from the Internet, really? The key to the Internet’s survival is the Internet’s decentralization — and it’s not uniform across the world…. Here’s a map of the world, with countries colored according to the Internet diversity at the...

[gallery] National Geographic Photo Contest 2012 Yosemite Valley at Dusk: A mist had settled over Yosemite Valley, as automobiles passed through, headlights illuminated the fog.  ...

[gallery] unionmetrics: We’ve been working hard to get our new Tumblr analytics ready for their public debut. And we know you’ve been waiting patiently for them. Well good news, everyone! The wait is almost over - Union Metrics for Tumblr will be publicly available later this week. If...

The Surprisingly Awesome Sound of 156 Office Machines from the 60s A 156-second symphony honoring the sounds of the mid-century workplace. (via theatlantic)...

[gallery] The Social Commerce Attribution Problem: IBM Says Twitter Referred 0% Of Black Friday Traffic As a whole IBM says social networks including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube generated 0.34% of all online sales on Black Friday, down 35% from 2011. The lack of sales attribution, especially...

[gallery] Take That, Tokyo! San Francisco Approves 220-Square-Foot ‘Micro-Apartments’ | Wired.com  “We need to create more affordable housing in the city, we need to create more housing generally. We’ve never created enough in the city, and we’re paying the price for that now with incredibly high prices.”...