Things We Saw Today: NASA’s Amazing Shot of Saturn’s Rings “Dividing” a Moon
Check out this stunning shot that NASA acquired of Saturn’s razor-thin bisecting one of its moons, Dione. It’s like something out of Mass Effect, isn’t it? (via NASA)
- Speaking of breaking things: there’s a Kickstarter for a coloring book for lesbians underway, and it contains some unique insight the breakup process for lesbian relationships. Yep. You read that right. (via The Daily Dot)
- When you do find that special someone, though, maybe you can really make their day with this set of pretty bracelets made up of the words in the Star Wars opening crawl. I know I’d totally freak out. (via Fashionably Geek)
Seems like Twitter’s trying to win back some favor. They’ve added an in-app GIF search, which is something that Facebook and Slack have had for quite some time now. Get excited. It’ll be that much easier (and faster) to grab your snippy GIF rebuttals. (via The Daily Dot)
- Speaking of Slack, apparently an apartment building in Williamsburg is providing free Slack channels to promote connectedness between its residences. This, of course, comes as a perk with the $2.2k – $3.1k month-to-month leases. Holy crap. (via Jezebel)
- After Gravity Falls aired its finale this week, creator Alex Hirsch revealed he had one more trick up his sleeve. He created a real-life treasure hunt that the intrepid code-breaking Gravity Falls fandom is already starting to figure out. If you want to join up, check out The Daily Dot’s handy roundup of the clues. Good luck, treasure hunters!
So? Don’t hold out on us! What did you you see today?
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