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Sci-Art Bloggers Friday Favorites

Check out the headline in the newspaper that this woman is reading. They say that print news can no longer compete with the internet because the internet responds and publishes news quicker and by the time some papers come out the news is old.

This image is proof positive that the print media can definitely still compete. It doesn't get much faster than reading today's news yesterday.

Recursive Newspaper optical illusion

This is the Sci-Art bloggers Friday Favorites. The Sci-Art bloggers are a group of bloggers that frequently cover that area where art and science overlap.

Below are some postings from our members that I picked for today's Friday Favorites set.


Artsy Science "Plant Tissue - Grayscale"
Bibi's Box "Military Posters of 20th century"
What Is It? "This Weeks Photos"

As our group grows I will only put posts here that are submitted by the members. But until then enjoy some fascinating posts for this week.

Update: It seems this picture inspired another, "Man spotted yesterday reading today's blog " I'm linking to it to help Derek in his quest to Super Geek-dom.


kiko said...

That looks like it was taken in the subway or go train in toronto. Very cool.

Erin said...

It is indeed in Toronto. Metro, although full of cheese, kept me sane on many a commute.

Nifty picture.

Kat said...

Aaah... the Bombardier train and Metro magazine had me thinking it was Montreal. Cute photo!

Walt said...

I personally do not know where this picture was taken or who created it. I would love to give credit on this site to the creator. I found this image in multiple places and no where was the originator credited for the work.

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