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A list of the past entries in our "Link of the Day" feature:

 29-Jan-15 Terrifying time loop: The man trapped in constant deja vuScientists believe the extraordinary case of a 23-year-old British man with "constant deja vu" may have been triggered by anxiety. It is the first time such a link has been made. But what is deja vu - and do we really know what causes it?
 28-Jan-15 Google's Schmidt Tells Us The 'Internet Will Disappear,' Microsoft Bing Defines What That MeansGoogle Chairman Eric Schmidt said during the panel "The Future of the Digital Economy" at the World Economic Forum that "the Internet will disappear," replying to a question about the evolution of the Web. He meant to describe the integration of search technology into operating systems and applications that gives access to answers without going to a search engine and typing keywords into a box to retrieve information similar to Google Now and Microsoft Cortana.
 27-Jan-15 The Public Domain Project Makes 10,000 Film Clips, 64,000 Images & 100s of Audio Files Free to UseThe new Public Domain Project will soon become an important resource, offering as it does “thousands of historic media files for your creative projects, completely free and made available by Pond5,” an entity that brands itself as “the world’s most vibrant marketplace for creativity.”
 26-Jan-15 How Do Smartphones Compare To Supercomputers Of The Past?Most of us carry a smartphone around in our pocket without really thinking twice about just how impressive it is. Have you ever thought about what your smartphone can do when compared to the supercomputers of the past? This infographic breaks down how how the devices we have today compare with supercomputers, and the results are truly something to behold.
 23-Jan-15 100 Novels that Make You Proud to be CanadianCanada has a wealth of writers telling today’s tales, revisiting our past and imagining our future. Literary or mystery, comic or graphic, historical or out of this world, the 100 novels on CBC Books list are must-read books.
 22-Jan-15 Chocolates Whose Intricate Architecture Is Designed to Tweak Taste BudsThere aren’t many chocolates that are as fun to look at as they are to eat. Then, there aren’t many chocolates made by famous design studios, either. Renowned Japanese design house Nendo created this singular box of goodies for Maison & Objet, a fancy furniture show in Paris. The idea was to experiment with one of the lesser explored aspects of the chocolate experience: texture.
 21-Jan-15 Please don't use these passwords. Sincerely, the InternetYou may have protected your personal data with strong passwords, but when hackers seize control of other computers, the resulting "botnets" can cause plenty of collateral damage. The depressing part is that one of the biggest holes is the easiest to fix: terrible passwords. SplashData has just released its annual list of the worst ones (gleaned from hacked file dumps), and things haven't changed much over last year.
 20-Jan-15 Salman Khan: Let's use video to reinvent educationSalman Khan talks about how and why he created the remarkable Khan Academy, a carefully structured series of educational videos offering complete curricula in math and, now, other subjects. He shows the power of interactive exercises, and calls for teachers to consider flipping the traditional classroom script — give students video lectures to watch at home, and do "homework" in the classroom with the teacher available to help.
 19-Jan-15 For a Memory Boost, Ditch the Laptop and Write It Down by HandIn our technology saturated, hyper-connected sci-fi reality, handwriting often seems like a relic of the distant past. But perhaps we shouldn't be so quick to forsake the act of putting the pen to the page. Turns out, there are real benefits to be gleaned from the process, benefits that typing can't replicate.
 16-Jan-15 Bored ... And Brilliant? A Challenge To Disconnect From Your PhoneHey smartphone owners — when was the last time you were truly bored? Or even had a moment for mental downtime, unattached to a device? Many of us reflexively grab our phones at the first hint of boredom throughout the day. And indeed a recent study by the research group Flurry found that mobile consumers now spend an average of 2 hours and 57 minutes each day on mobile devices.
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