Curious George: a stupid webhosting question I need a cheap web hosting service with < 500MB of storage, PHP/CGI support, a few mailboxes, and MySQL - not much to ask for. My current host is charging $15 bucks extra a month for MySQL and I'm sure there must be something cheaper. I know nothing about this, but I figure some of you will. Thanks.
Molecular Expressions Michael W. Davidson, director of the Optical Microscopy Division of the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, has put together some galleries of photos taken with ridiculously high-powered microscopes. Some of the better galleries: The Silicon Zoo (which has nothing to do with Janet Jackson and "Nipplegate;" it's a collection of photos of microchips, and the bizarre designs occasionally etched into them), and Beershots, which features "digital images and photomicrographs (photographs taken through an optical microscope) of the World's most famous beers." Arranged by country, no less.
Possibly the funniest food related commercial ever.
Original Star Wars Trilogy on DVD: yea or nay? The trilogy currently holds the top three positions on the Amazon.com Most Requested DVD List, and fans are now hearing the good news that episodes IV, V, and VI are finally in the pipeline. Some, however, are irate about the lack of extras and, more significantly, Lucas's decision to only release the snazzed-up special editions but not the originals. "One extra disc and a couple of hours of supplementary material isn't going to cut it. Hundreds of millions of people saw these movies in the '70s and not to make it available...it's as though history has disappeared." Is Lucas really doing the fans a long-awaited favor, or is it a disservice?
The Broken Heart from The Morning News. "People on the street were asked to tell us about the jerk who treated them bad, and what they
Comic Book Bondage Cover of the Day. Welcome to Comic Book Bondage Cover of the Day, the web's foremost reference site for bondage covers on mainstream comic books. The archive contains about 1200 covers. (Some images might be unsuitable for work. All images are probably only suitable for misogynists. And sometimes only racist misogynists, at that.) more inside
The Crimson Room Try to get out. (Flash)
Monkey abode. Perfect home for us monkeys who want to stay close to nature.
Jayson William's wife has a web site. For those of you not familiar with Jayson Williams, he is a basketball player who is being charged with accidentally shooting someone (his chauffeur, I think) on his property. OK, I guess it's really *his* site--aimed at damage control or otherwise at influencing public opinion. Can't blame a guy for trying.....I just think it's funny he named his son Tryumph.
Oh dear God "On Saturday [Valentine's Day], why not spend the night with a horny disabled guy instead?"
A Family Proposal. Bill Miller wants to raise a village. And he's willing to pay for it, too. He's a built a website to explain the game plan, find the ideal candidates, and paint a picture of village life. Wait, did I mention the polygamy? (via coudal)
Monkey Cliff Diving! Your simian Friday fun! But beware: One monkey has trouble with gravity, another with wind, another with his wife.
An interesting slashdot thread about outsourcing in India. You see, Indians geeks do read slashdot.
Majik. A video with some nice stop-motion animation by Artomic and Process, and music by ohGr. [Via Milk and Cookies.]
Loxie and Zoot is a comic strip for, by and about nudists. Lots of T and P and A, but no XXX. If this is your cup of tea, check out the artist's site, Toons au Naturel.
Civil disobedience in San Francisco - In an open challenge to California law, city authorities officiated at the marriages of at least eight same-sex couples Thursday and issued about a dozen more marriage licenses to gay and lesbian couples. more inside
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