Here’s a round-up of fun stuff from the Internets, the Friday Link Slurry:
- From the New York Times, an interesting analysis of no-hitter frequency and Ike Davis’s awesomeness.
- Continuing the baseball theme, Metsblog reports that you can now take tours of Citi Field. Also, the Phillies get caught stealing signs and blame the Mets for it? Ted Berg of TedQuarters responds.
- Also on TedQuarters, a listen to the radio.
More fun after the jump!
- From mental_floss, roller derby, deaths to TV shows, deaths to TV characters, candy, snacks, and wasting time.
- It’s also high time I talked up the awesome 4-day-a-week e-newsletter the _floss has had going for the past few weeks, “Watercooler Ammo”. It’s exclusive links and trivia you won’t find in the blog or magazine (except when you do), straight to your electronic mailbox Mondays through Thursdays. You can sign up for Watercooler Ammo here.
- From Gizmodo, the good, the bad, the ugly, and the antiquated. Also, from their sister blog LifeHacker (which I now love), a comparison of Microsoft Office and Google Docs.
- From BoingBoing, two cool posts on TV, and one cool post on short stories.