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April 15, 2009


Looking to kill some time before the weekend? One way to do so might be to fold some paper -- using the Japanese art of origami. As noted by's Austin Keenan, provides instructions to build a huge range of designs -- anything from a chopstick wrapper to a model of the fearsome Balrog.

According to the Keenan's article:

The site holds a database of origami diagrams, complete with folding instrutctions and printable forms that make it easy to complete even the hardest origami designs. Once you load up the site, just pick from the options at the top, and you can either browse origami designs or search for whatever it is you're looking for.

So, if you have some time to spare and want to try your hand at paper-folding, why not browse around at

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