The Common Good

Afternoon Links of Awesomeness: July 30, 2012

As we’ve mentioned before, season 4 of Arrested Development is in full swing. Check out the latest update from Jason Bateman on scene with Michael Cera. [Huffington Post]

If you’d like a recap of the most memorable news from July, take a look at it recreated entirely in charts. [Storyboard]

Weird News: A felt-tipped pen works after spending 25 years inside a woman’s stomach. [NPR Science]

Because a majority of Team USA walked into the Olympic Stadium with iPhones in hand, it only makes sense they win a medal for it. [Tastefully Offensive]

Hairchitecture is a new art hitting professionals in Berlin. Take a look at the way these creatives blend styles between the salon and building architecture. [Design Boom]

The 1976 short film The Beatles meets Star Trek is a mashup way ahead of its pre-YouTube time. Take a look at some scenes from the original remix of music and culture. [Dangerous Minds]  

Joshua Witchger is an online assistant at Sojourners.

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