Stuff You Should Click On: Week of October 22

Oct 22, 2010
Outside Magazine

In an effort to bring you the best in outdoor news each day, we comb through a lot of Web content.  And trust us, there's a lot out there. A good story can take a lot of clicks to find. But those clicks often lead us to content that, while not particularly newsy, is too good not to share.

Below, our first weekly roundup of the best links from the week.

Best Answer to a Question You Never Asked
Physics of Wet Dogs Shake Out in High-Speed Videos (Wired Science)


Best Reason to Brew Your Own Beer (here's how!)
Beer Enthusiasts Pick the Worst Beers in the World at (Huffington Post)

Best Way to Geek Out for Your Next Marathon
Metabolic Factors Limiting Performance in Marathon Runners (PLoS Comuptational Biology)

Best Reason to Stay Ashore
Kayaker hit by fish near Big Pine Key (Miami Herald)

Best Alternative Hunt
Southern Utah Police Want Hunters to Help Find Pot Farms (Fox13Now Utah)


Best (Brittish) Persuasion to Go Organic
Rapping about Organic Milk (Yeo Valley)


Best Crossover Performance
Johnnie Paxson, pro comma model (ESPN)

Best Place to Get Away from It All
Superman's Fortress of Sollitude Discovered (

Best Outdoor Photos
Photographers Journey to Earth's Most Dangerous Places for "Extreme Exposure." (

Best News from Way, Way Outside
The Moon Hides Ice Where the Sun Don't Shine (Wired Science)

--Michael Webster

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