The Common Good

Afternoon Links of Awesomeness: March 1, 2012

First doggy Bo Obama welcomes you to the 2012 White House Easter Egg Roll. [White House]

New world record has been set: longest paper airplane throw charts in at more than 226 feet. [I Am Bored]

While everyone’s busy trying to find him, he’s out trying to finding himself… and you. Joule Theif’s “Where’s Waldo the Movie” takes the sweater wearing sleuth in a new direction, one of darkness and surprise. [The High Definite]

Are you dissatisfied with the way your handclap sounds when you’re at a concert or sports game? Allow James Mercer from The Shins to introduce you to the solution, “clapping butter.” [Funny or Die]

Metalsmith/jeweler creates rings and bracelets that mimics the wings of a bird in flight as you flex. [Duknoyoon]

Record Store Day now has its own free app for you to locate participating stores, discover exclusive releases, in store events, and much more. [Apple]

Josh Ritter’s latest music video features over 12,000 construction paper cutouts that have been pieced together into one fluid animation. [Josh Ritter]

 Joshua Witchger is an online assistant at Sojourners. Read more from Joshua at hail fellow well met.

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