April 09, 2004

J.G.I.W.Y.P. Don't blame me, I got it from Esselle. It's a frightening world.
All the quotes you need to quote. This is kind of an extention of Sullivan's previous post. This one is my favorite.
Billboards--Spam From A More Civilised Age. These babies would give Ladybird Johnson an embolism, but is there anything more American than a GIANT ad?
Japanese Macaques. Photographs taken on a "monkey-hill" near Kyoto.
Monkey Picked Tea. Details * Rare Wild Chinese Tea * Picked by trained monkeys * No, really * Delicate, light flavour * Net Wt. 25g
The Seven Percent Solution. What makes boys and girls different? more inside
The South Park clip that won't be aired. Leaked in-joke och spoof? (Possibly very very offensive. Definately very very not safe for work).
Squirrel Stuffing For Beginners. Impress The Gals! Win Valuable Prizes!

April 08, 2004

The Cult of Wendell. Grab your jogging suits and Nikes everyone! The Cult is Now Open for your dining and dancing pleasure! more inside
Courtney Love In the Slate Amanda Fortini examines Courtney Love's extreme bavior and music. She believes to two are intertwined. more inside
Stuck in traffic? For US monkeys, the Dept. of Transportation has put together a doozy of a website. State by state highway information, complete with links to construction info, accident reports, and traffic cams. Good lord, the traffic cams. more inside
Tech support haikus - "Last January, the ISP I used to work for gave us an ultimatum-- in order to move customers through the phone que faster, (never mind that the average wait time was over 45 minutes) we were all to limit our after call notes to three lines or less." Can't get to newsgroup alt.binaries.sex.star-trek Sad little monkey. more inside
Viral marketing from mefi OK, This is probably the first time I've ever wanted a mefi account. ahem: "IT PUTS THE LOTION ON ITS SKIN"
Curious George...fingers.... how many of them do you use when you are typing...or, should i say, keyboarding? more inside
Dear General Kimmett, more inside
How Google plan to take over the world... in a nice way Jason Kottke predicts what Google are up to next - little less than worldwide domination. They have the perfect place to store this map (one of the world's largest computers that's all but incapable of crashing). And they are clever at reading this map. Google knows what people write about, what they search for, what they shop for, they know who wants to advertise and how effective those advertisements are, and they're about to know how we communicate with friends and loved ones. What can they do with all that? Just about anything that collection of Ph.Ds can dream up. A bit more information about Google's computing power, and the possibility that it holds.
The Periodic Table of Haiku presents a Haiku and sometimes a bit of trivia for every element on the table. Tangentially, since when have we been up to element 118?
The Covers Project. Welcome to The Covers Project. We're building a database of cover songs (songs performed by an artist other than the original performer) with the intention of creating cover "chains." A cover chain is a set of songs in which each song is a cover of a song by the band who covered the preceding song. more inside
Oz Bosses Goal--Entice You With Old Sol! I'm back, But a bit rusty. I'll get better! Promise!
Inspired by this post: The Megapenny Project "Since the first penny was minted in 1787, until present-day, over 300 billion pennies have been minted in the United States." So what exactly does that mean? An excellent way to conceptualize the unconceivable.
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