[It's a little late, but it's still Friday in many places, so yay! Here's this week set of things I saw around the internet recently]
(via Bookshelf) Rockin' Star Wars Millenium Falcon bookcase.
"Life Lessons from Winnie-the-Pooh" over at BookRiot. Beautiful.
Hugo Awards - full list and winners!
(via Twitter) If you ever wonder what ever happened to Clarissa (from Clarissa Explains It All), this might be the answer to all your burning questions. New book scheduled for release in 2014. I'm there.
Oyster is like Netflix for ebooks, and it looks amazing. All ya need (for now) is an iPhone. (further reading at BookRiot)
Ohio Dad was a bit worried about the costs of his daughter's wedding. So he sold his copy of Amazing Spider-Man #1 to fund it. Yay, Ohio Dad!
New comic I'm interested in: The Star Wars, which will be an 8-issue mini-series adapting George Lucas' rough draft.
This couple not only made their engagement shoot horror-themed, they then turned the images into a comic. Very cute idea!
You saw this coming, I'm sure. The latest video by John Green on Mental Floss. 107 Regional Slang Words.
New webseries, Ask A Slave, headed by a lady who was one (as an actor, of course) at one of those historical parks, based on actual questions and such she got while in character.
(via Fashionably Geek) Legend of Zelda spiritual stone props as well as spiritual stone necklaces.
I reviewed an awesome art book for Japanator! It's called 100 Masters of Bishoujo Painting, vol. 2.
Bill Nye on Dancing With the Stars? Looks like I need to figure out a way to watch this season.
[Enjoy the links, and have a great weekend. :)]