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August 03, 2006

The International Society of Solipsists is accepting new members. more inside

August 02, 2006

My Animated World a nice stop motion video (google video link)
Stockholm meetup Scandi monkeys represent! more inside
Blanks on a Blank! In homage to the beloved Snakes on a Plane, several teams have gotten together and made variations on the theme. more inside
Control rooms ... from the ad-saturated (Moscow) to the colossal (NASA/Apollo) to the eccentric (XM Radio). A lot of operations like FedEx, Amtrak, BART, Time Warner Cable, and Delta Air Lines all have their own control rooms. What, you don't have one? You should!
Will global warming depopulate the "red states"? Interesting question, but the red states will be equally fried if California is any indication.
Make your own motivational poster. Don't say I never gave you nuthin'. Go nuts.
De-Frenched Fries Stripped of "Freedom" Mr. Ney, who was then the chairman of the House Administration Committee, which oversees the cafeterias, gleefully announced the change at the height of anti-French sentiment, when Paris scolded Washington that the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq was premature. "This action today is a small but symbolic effort to show the strong displeasure of many on Capitol Hill with the actions of our so-called ally, France," he said on March 11, 2003. [When asked why the name was changed back to french fries,]. . . "We don't have a comment for your story," said a spokeswoman for Mr. Ney. Lifted from Le Bleu more inside
The Illustrations of Étienne Léopold Trouvelot. A wonderful astronomer and catastrophic entomologist.
Composed in 1963 by the late Mr Sydney Carter the Lord of the Dance was based on a Quaker song Simple Gifts more inside
Jonathan Coulton has created a new song each week for the past 43 weeks, and plans to finally take a break at a year. more inside
Curious George: Maxthon I came across Maxthon today and know absolutely nothing about it.... more inside
Wearetheweb.org is a website dedicated to the fight for net neutrality. They've made the best case for why net neutrality is so important by having Sweater Girl, Peter Pan, and the Tron Guy get to gether and sing in a music video about net neutrality. Watch it.

August 01, 2006

Danger IS his Middle Name We know he built the Guardian website, but did you know he is is embedded with British troops in Afghanistan. more inside
Curious George: Need gift ideas! I need help in brainstorming some very cheap but fun small guest gifts for my upcoming wedding. more inside
Curious George: the longest video? Today is MTV's 25th birthday and they're celebrating by showing the new The Streets video, which, at 20 minutes, apparently is the longest ever. But is it? more inside
Battle of Panjawai. A Canadian soldier in Afghanistan describes the 3-day mission that lasted 14 days. (Annotated version here.)
Tourb.us: Find Local, Live Music "Ever find out the day after one of your favorite bands played a show you didn't know about? We've had that happen too often and we hate it. Now you can find out ahead of time so you'll be laughing at your friends when they find out the show is sold out." more inside
MEAT CAKE more inside
Polish Movie Posters
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