June 16, 2004

Pitchformula. more inside
Monkey Pee, Monkey Poo If wanna know the truth, I just gotta go with the flow here .... You know what they say: Monkey pee, Monkey doo. more inside
"A well-timed blast of urine is the key to winning a crayfish fight, say researchers."
When in Rome, piss on it. more inside
Pee-Mail - Yes, it's El Día De La Urina here on Monkeyfilter. Write upon the snow/ you know/ by letting go/ the yellow flow.
"How to survive creative burnout" as told by some guy who worked at Microsoft for near to a decade. Some useful advice that I already pay mild attention to. Some of this stuff works way better than "GET HIGH, MAN!"
Woman's Guide to Peeing Standing Up It appears that social conventions and conditioning has forced women to sit down while urinating. more inside
Cassini-Huygens approaches Saturn. More. [via laputan logic]
The Tao of Pee. [Via the other Sullivan.]
Roddy Lumsden's VitaminQ This man has a myriad ways with words and an amazing compilition of word lists at VitaminQ. He's a hot Scot who's a poet, a wicked punster, a man fascinated by trivia and by words and phrases that tickle the ear, and he runs one of the more delightful blogs online. Don't miss the archived stuff -- it's all juicy!
Term of Endearment Some interesting comments made by University of Colorado President Elizabeth Hoffman. She may find c__t endearing, but I know some monkeys who beg to differ. more inside
Underneath Their Robes. Federal Judges get the gossip blog treatment. Via Vidiot
Is John Ashcroft the Worst Attorney General Ever? Paul Krugman gives a laundry list of reasons why he think he is. Atrios and Kevin Drum don't think much of him, either. They both make the observation that the press no longer believe anything he saids about terrorism and the man loves the spotlight. more inside
The International Guild of Professional Butlers. Hiring the Help: Could you? Would you? Or is the idea of being served by others too much? Helping the Hirers: Could you? Would you? Or is the idea of serving others too much?
A bad omen for Sri Lanka At least there wasn't any laser-toting martians around...

June 15, 2004

Some insane guy selling a million retro computers on eBay. Excuse the hyperbole, but that's a lot of stuff. Quirky little auction. Paging everyone who lives in Wales! [Via Gizmodo.]
Chambers' Book of Days (1864) is a partial (24 December through 12 July, at present) OCR of a nineteenth-century Almanack or Daily Reader. I also offer an 1879 edition (scanned, not searchable). more inside
Bembo's Zoo - Font Flash Alphabet Art (with sound). As always, 'X' is a bit lame. 'M', of course, rocks.
monkeyfishing n. to catch fish by charging water with an electric current then netting the stunned or panicked fish which rise to the surface. more inside
Feel-good site o' the day: "At do-gooder.org, we focus on short-term, measurable projects -- small projects that can be completed -- such as sending 500 books to a library that has been flooded, sending 600 pairs of mittens to orphans in Kazakhstan, sending art supplies to children in Bolivia, providing web design or other media services to a struggling rural cooperative, or volunteering to teach basic computer skills to women in Appalachia." It doesn't collect money, rather you send money or goods directly to each project.
Jesus is just alright with me... (last link NSFW if you start poking around beyond the main page)
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