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That’s interesting: The Los Angeles home seen in Wes Craven’s A Nightmare on Elm Street (and Bo Burham: Inside) is for sale for $3.5m. Appropriately, offers are due on Halloween.

Wait, what: After a 2-hour surgery, doctors in Egypt were able to remove a cellphone from a man’s stomach. He admitted he had swallowed it 6 months earlier for reasons unknown.

How to: Everyone gets burnout, including founders. Arianna Huffington shares her best tips for preventing it.

 Cure boredom: MetaverseNoir is an interactive film noir set in the metaverse, told entirely on Twitter. You’re a private detective. Can you find out who destroyed the mayor of New Mesh City’s avatar?

Aww: And now, a very sneaky giraffe.

 Useful: Tell this website when you need to wake up, and it will calculate when you should go to sleep to avoid waking up in the middle of a sleep cycle, which could leave you feeling groggy.

That’s interesting: NASA has a tool that lets you record a greeting, then hear how it would sound if you were on Mars.

 How to: Black clothes can be flattering and professional, but they’re prone to fading. Here are some tricks for making them last.

 Wild story: This extinct Japanese wolf may reveal where modern dogs came from. It was about the size of a border collie with short legs and little ears.

  That’s cool: Check out this collection of old haunted house attractions from the University of Sheffield’s National Fairground and Circus Archive.

 Cure boredom: Bryan Braun started making digital art using check boxes. Then he started making interactive check box art, which you can play with here.

 How to: Congratulations, you’re hired! Except you don’t want the job. Here’s how to turn down an offer without burning a bridge.

 That’s interesting: An arachnologist (AKA spider expert) explains everything you ever wanted — or maybe never wanted — to know about cleaning spiderwebs from your home.

 Useful: This website helps you identify a word when it’s right on the tip of your tongue.

 Art: Artist Jess Irish’s “This Mortal Plastik” is a short documentary that weaves together illustrations, stories, and poems as it ponders the impact of plastic on our environment.

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