Did you know Wikipedia has a "nearby" function? The best link on wikipedia.
Today on Mefi, a post from zarq about earbud.fm, a "friendly guide to great podcasts," while elsewhere around the site:
The latest Mefi podcast (with special guest Eyebrows McGee!)
And recently on Ask Me, Entertain my ears, smartly!; English-language podcasts from other parts of the globe?; Cozy (but dark) relationships / life advice podcasts?; Podcasts Please; Art history podcast suggestions?; good podcasts about extremely ancient history?; good podcasts about niche / specific interests hosted by funny people?; Ongoing fictional podcasts?; Star Wars podcasts?; Podcasts on addiction and substance abuse?
We're working on some neat ideas for a project around these materials -- not quite ready for me to link to, but if anyone wants access to the OCR data of the page images, or anything like that, just let me know!
Cool! NYPL Labs' Josh Hadro (who also happens to be Mefi's own Hadroed) shows up in the thread for MonkeyToes' great post about the now digitized "Green Book" travel guide that provided black motorists with peace of mind while they drove through a country where racial segregation was the norm.
I guess it's time I finally write a serious comment about Skyrim modding. Here goes...
Ryvar completes his quest with an amazing comment on what you need to mod your world, like a