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Friday Links

The untold story of the rescue plan that might have saved space shuttle Columbia.

Selling shame: outrageous vintage ads any woman would find offensive.

Scientists figure out how microbes make wine good.

Convicts write letters of advice to their past selves.

Supercut of early acting roles by 2014 Oscar nominees.

The 2013 microscope images of the year.

ICYMI, Thursday’s links, including weird laws and the recipe for deep-fried cheese-stuffed Doritos, are here.

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