1. Today’s show is about the Blogotubes. 
Interblag (via xkcd: Interblag)

    Today’s show is about the Blogotubes.

    Interblag (via xkcd: Interblag)

  2. xkcd

    worldwidesphere

    internet

    tubes

  1. from xkcd: Wait Wait View in High-Res

    from xkcd: Wait Wait

  2. wait wait

    xkcd

  1. xkcd takes on Money View in High-Res

    xkcd takes on Money

  2. economy

    money

    xkcd

  1. xkcd has collected pictures of people playing chess on rollercoasters. 
Tomorrow on Fresh Air: A conversation about Bobby Fischer. No mention of Space Mountain, as far as I’m aware….  View in High-Res

    xkcd has collected pictures of people playing chess on rollercoasters

    Tomorrow on Fresh Air: A conversation about Bobby Fischer. No mention of Space Mountain, as far as I’m aware…. 

  2. xkcd

    rollercoasters

    chess

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xkcd: 3D

Monday: a conversation about string theory, among other things, with physicist Brian Greene View in High-Res

    cab1729:

    xkcd: 3D

    Monday: a conversation about string theory, among other things, with physicist Brian Greene

  2. brian greene

    string theory

    xkcd

  1. There are 11 nets on this field, but 10 of them are in parallel universes you cannot comprehend: Twice a year, string theorists visiting  University of California, Santa Barbara take on their colleagues in a  friendly game of soccer. They have never lost a game. It has become a  point of pride — especially now. Because off the field, string theory is under  attack. (picture via xkcd)

    There are 11 nets on this field, but 10 of them are in parallel universes you cannot comprehend: Twice a year, string theorists visiting University of California, Santa Barbara take on their colleagues in a friendly game of soccer. They have never lost a game. It has become a point of pride — especially now. Because off the field, string theory is under attack. (picture via xkcd)

  2. string theory

    soccer

    parallel universes

    physics

    xkcd