Tweets from the Womb

This is creepy:

According to a recent international survey of 2,200 mothers, 81% of children under the age of two currently have some form of online presence — ranging from photos uploaded and shared by their parents, to a full-fledged profile on a social networking site. A full 92% of children in the U.S. have an online presence by the time they are two, compared to 73% in western Europe.

{via mashable}

Don't Mess with an Old Crow

Because apparently there’s a good chance he’ll remember you {npr}.

“Wild crows can recognize individual people. They can pick a person out of a crowd, follow them, and remember them — for years.”

Of course, we hubris-blinded humans won’t return the favor; crows are nearly impossible for us to distinguish from one another. To test your crow-discerning abilities, take their quiz. Let me know how you do.