The Daily Links: Ghost Shark, Head Injuries and TV Show Capitalism



It's Friday. Fun, fun, think about fun, you know what it is. Here’s a rundown (extended for the weekend) of some of the recent links Scene staffers found worth clicking:

From The New York Times: Pressure from the National Football League is said to have led to ESPN’s decision to pull out of an investigative project with “Frontline” regarding head injuries in the N.F.L.

From Vulture: 13 Terrifyingly Awesome Ghost Shark GIFs (Two Notes Before You Click: 1. Yes, there is a movie called Ghost Shark 2. As you might expect when an invisible post-death shark is involved, this link contains some graphic imagery.)

From the Sydney Morning Herald: Brandy plays to empty stadium: R&B star left fuming after playing to only 40 people in 90,000 capacity venue

From Spin: Rapper's Instagram Feed Led Cops to Historically Huge Gun Bust


From Gawker: 15 Unmistakable, Outrageously Secret Signs You're an Extrovert

YouTube: Watch Green Day play Dookie from start to finish

From Slate: Is there a Good Will Hunting curse? Yes. Yes there is.

From the Washington Post Wonkblog: How Goya brought ethnic food to white America

From ESPN: Uniform power rankings for NFL, NBA, MLB and NHL from 1-122

From This Is Colossal: Time-lapse Video of Hundreds of Snails Tagged with LEDs at Night

From The New York Times Magazine: ‘Orange’ Is the New Green: What a TV Show Can Teach Us About Capitalism

From The New York Times: Op-Ed: Welcome to the Age of Denial

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  • Amiee Stubbs

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