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Phil’s Pharmacy prescribes the following links to combat Monday online anemia.

Groundhog.org – Bah! Six more weeks of winter. Like the “Saw” series of movies, I would like to see a “Groundhog Day” movie every year.

Digital Collections of IUPUI – A person could really “geek out” over some of this stuff. For example, some of us are interested in the architecture down in Columbus, IN. Show me all the blueprints. For those of you looking for a little more content after seeing  our Wishard Murals exhibition, check out this scrapbook. For our horticultural/bird watching readers, check out this publication. Thanks to all those involved in this project and keep up the good work. I could look at this stuff for hours.

Gigapan.org – Wow! Gigapan uses Flash to let users really take a closer look at images in the gigapixel range. This one, of Barack’s innauguration, is particularly interesting. Do you see anyone sleeping?

Drawminos.com – Take a break and pretend you’re learning about physics. Who had Domino Rally?

WIN TICKETS!

We are giving away tickets to “European Design since 1985: Shaping the New Century,” the new show about contemporary design opening at the IMA on March 8th, 2009.

Every Monday, until the opening of “European Design Since 1985,” we will post a picture from the exhibition website gallery as our profile picture on Facebook. Your job, once you become our Facebook fan, is to post funny captions or titles about the image on our wall. The following Monday, the fan with the best captions or titles will receive 2 free tickets to the exhibition.

Contest image for this week

Contest for European Design Tickets!

Check out the online gallery for “European Design since 1985″ to get ready for the image coming next week.

Game on!

Rules:
Players can win only once. Captions and titles should be “safe for work.” We reserve the right to pick more than one winner if the captions are too awesome.

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