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Make sure every tiny superhero gets her daily helping of whole grain oats. Or else she’ll get cranky and tired and end the world as we know it. (via Superheroes Are For Girls, Too!)

It is David Bowie‘s 65th birthday today, and while some of us think he’s superhuman, he’s really just a super cool human with a lot of talent. Here are some pictures of Bowie doing everyday things, like riding the subway. (via Flavorwire)

Maggie at Mad Art Lab created these 3D TARDIS cookie cutters, which were used to create these TARDIS gingerbread cookies. We salute her. (via Boing Boing)

  • Mary Jo Pehl (Cinematic Titanic, Mystery Science Theater 3000) has been writing books for a while. And now she has a new book out, Employee of the Month and Other Big Deals, and an interview at Kirkus Reviews. You should read it, because she is awesome. Pearl, you guys. Pearl!
  • File this one under “How Am I Only Finding Out About This Now????”: Erstwhile Tales is a web comic blog that takes on the less well-known tales by the Brothers Grimm. A trio of women with tons of artistic cred illustrate the stories — Louisa Roy (Velharthis), Elle Skinner (Missing Monday), and Gina Biggs (Red String), who is in charge of the site. (via io9)

    Bleeding Cool has broken down the social media response to the trailers for some of 2012’s most anticipated movies: The Hobbit, The Dark Knight Rises, and Prometheus.

  • Big Think looks back of 50 years of physics and that perennial sci-fi 5th grade reading requirement, Madeleine L’Engle‘s A Wrinkle in Time.
  • And Skepchick has the best article you will read about cockroaches with jet packs all day.

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