Here’s some fun stuff culled from across the Internets in the Friday Link Slurry:
- Via my friend Max Bachhuber, another George Costanza-related post:
- In other Seinfeld-related news, Jerry Seinfeld celebrated his 56th birthday yesterday, which you can read about on mental_floss here.
- Also on the _floss, part of my past, a burning question, how to solve jet lag, book rejections, and a comic that I’m going to read more often.
- Matt Cerrone of Metsblog talked with former Mets manager, current Baseball Tonight analyst, and claimed to be creator of the wrap sandwich Bobby Valentine, which you can read here, here, and here.
More fun after the jump!
- From Gizmodo, the best argument against 3-D yet; an extremely large telescope (no, really); a ranking of hotel Wi-Fi; and I kind of want this microwave.
- The New York Times (which is now facing even fiercer competition from the Wall Street Journal) ran a wonderful obit on the inventor of a New York icon.
- From BoingBoing, a site similar to the Museum of Bad Art and a real-life Uncle Fester.
- From the wonderful Mets blog Faith and Fear in Flushing, co-author Greg Prince begins writing about a revelation from carnitas and goes from there.
- Finally, in the cool events department, the Brooklyn Yard will once again host Score!, a really awesome and environmentally friendly swap meet May 29th.
Join me next week as we plumb the depths of the Internets in the Friday Link Slurry, and stay tuned tomorrow for the Saturday Night Stuff I Like, on the Willy Wonka films.