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2005-10-11:

All things zeppelin! The zeppelin library archive is fantastic.

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More advice to aspiring writers. Also Paperback Writer, a weblog.

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Some of these are actually spot-on: top ten signs you're a fundamentalist Christian

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Though this has been all over the internet the past couple weeks, maybe you haven't seen it: a fan-made trailer for the horror film The Shining re-made to make the movie look like a romantic comedy [via Joel]

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Missouri: State spies on drivers through cell phones [via Dave]

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2005-10-10:

This list of online writing resources will be handy if I ever get off my ass and write something for publication.

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The Complete Review merits further exploration: it features in-depth reviews of books, as well as a summary of reviews from other sites. For example: Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell

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An index of free online language courses (including Latin, of course)

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Hurricane Vince threatens Europe?

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Old Hollywood photos: "My grandfather worked in Hollywood between 1914 and 1932 as a still photographer." [via rivets]

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Words and pictures: graphic novels come of age

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Wow. What happened to 43Folders when I wasn't looking? The site's redesign is awful, filled with far far too many links and not enough content. I get tense just looking at it.

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For the Getting-Things-Done crowd: the Noguchi filing system

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Awesome reading for my foodie friends: the food timeline [via makinglight]

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David Lebovitz — all things chocolate (does he discuss Chantico?) [via AmyJo, of course]

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2005-10-09:

For the Toads, I've decided to go see Serenity without having seen the series on which it is based. The first few minutes of the film are (legally) available on-line.

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2005-10-07:

Google has introduced the beta of its new Google Reader, a newsfeeder reader. (The foldedspace feed is here.) If you haven't played with RSS, now's your chance. Also, if anyone wants a Google Mail account, let me know.

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2005-10-06:

Bush to Palestinian ministers: God told me to invade Iraq [via pre-karma]

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2005-10-05:

For the neatniks: 150 tips and tricks on cleaning

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I used to believe, the childhood beliefs web site

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2005-10-04:

noitulovE: The best television commercial ever?

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This is so unbelievable. Is military force the only thing our President knows? Bush considers using military against avian flu outbreak

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How to start your own nation — welcome to Rothtopia!

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Nicholas Cage is the biggest geek alive. He's just named his new son after Superman. (After Superman's Kryptonian name...)

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2005-10-03:

Now this is a niche weblog: the Cupcake Bakeshop [via AmyJo, of course]

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2005-10-02:

Classical music blogs: The Rest is Noise, PostClassic, Sequenza21 [via askme]

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2005-09-30:

Animal intelligence, part 175: Penguin vice: theft and prostitution among penguins

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Animal intelligence, part 174: Wild gorillas reveal their use of tools, including walking sticks [via Dave]

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I'm probably the only one in the world who cares, but I received e-mail confirmation this morning that Stephane Heuet is working on a fourth Proust graphic novel which will probably be release next year

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2005-09-29:

A few items of interest: Societies worse off when they 'have God on their side', Private company wants Mars colony, and — best of all, though probably false — Britney Spears to become forensic scientist

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Fantastic article on Terrence Malick and his films

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An index to creationist claims

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smart beer mat orders refills [via Dave, who has become my most frequent link-feeder]

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Adherents.com is "a growing collection of over 43,870 adherent statistics and religious geography citations". Famous Mennonites, anyone?

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I found a Sinead O'Connor lyrics archive, though it's not wholly accurate. They transcription for Troy (my favorite Sinead song) is poorly done, though Jackie looks good.

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Tuesday (04 Oct) brings a new long-awaited album for Kris (Fiona Apple's Extraordinary Machine) and a new long-awaited album for me (Sinead O'Connor's reggae-styled Throw Down Your Arms). The Fiona album is currently freely (and legally) available via streaming audio.

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For other Audiophiles out there: Audiobook actors relay the power of words

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2005-09-28:

Games games games (and more games)

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600 barrels of loot found on Robinson Crusoe Island — this story is short, but filled with all sorts of neat details [via kottke]

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National Storytelling Festival put on by the International Storytelling Center

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I suffer from photic sneeze reflex, and therefor will never be allowed to fly combat aircraft. Seriously.

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2005-09-27:

For Joel: which it's the wikiPOBia — a collective attempt to annotate the written works of Patrick O'Brian

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World of Warcraft: the board game, for geeks everywhere this Christmas

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The future is now: Space elevator passes 1,000 foot mark

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Happy News — real news, but nothing negative

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The basic laws of human stupidity

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Should comic book characters age?

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This actually made me cry (hard): Martha the Pirate Cat has gone to be with the cats who have been before — "...when there's a nice shadow on the floor or if a cupboard door opens, I'm there..."

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10 x 10 [via jenn!]

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Reality manga — what if people actually looked like Japanese cartoons? [via bb]

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Classics in the history of psychology

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2005-09-26:

Cooking 101

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Interesting high-speed (slow motion) video clips) in WMV format, including the amazing jello cube drop

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2005-09-25:

AskMefi: Why do they bother to teach us cursive in school?

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2005-09-23:

What if life already existed on Saturn's moon, Titan? [via rw]

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Tumbleweed Tiny House Company [via Dave via NPR]

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One of my favorite parables: The Blind Man and the Elephant

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The 28-hour day — a six-day week means longer days

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National Geographic's 100 best outdoor adventure books

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2005-09-22:

Finding Lola — recovering a family pet in New Orleans [via frykitty, who finds all the best stuff]

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A fine entry at another Oregon weblog: The incident at Wolf Creek

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Carlo Petrini, founder of the Slow Food movement, is coming to Portland [via AmyJo, who may soon have her own weblog]

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Researchers snoop on keyboard sounds — computer eavesdropping yields a 96% accuracy rate [via Dave]

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Ha! Determined squirrels fill woman's car with nuts [via rw]

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2005-09-21:

Ball bounce, twenty levels of devlish fun [via mefi]

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Nick just brought me this URL saying "It's everything you like in life: Star Trek and Cats" — Ode to Spot

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Cognitive behavioral therapy (also)

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2005-09-20:

The ten secrets of a master networker describes what it takes to be what Malcolm Gladwell terms a "connector"

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Most awesomest music video ever: Jed's Other Poem (Beautiful Ground) by a group called Granddaddy — this video is made using an old Apple II+ computer from 1979

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AskMe: How can I wean myself of sugar?

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Map gallery of religion in the United States, including maps of Mennonites and Amish. I especially like the county-by-county breakdown of leading church bodies.

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From 1951: 125 ways to make money with your typewriter [via rw]

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A not-to-do list

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This is an example of the kind of awesomeness that's possible in a MMORPG: an unplanned plague has struck World of Warcraft and the game designers (the programmers) cannot find a cure

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Hypnotist runs out on the show leaving the guests still under

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Don't Buy Junk — the personalized product comparison site

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Typetester — compare fonts for the screen [also via rivets]

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Forty-one anomalies of water [via rivets]

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Writing sensible email messages

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Televangelist Jim Bakker once built a Christian theme park. It's gone to wrack and ruin, and somebody has taken photographs of it. [via bb]

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How to shuffle and cut a deck of cards one-handed

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AskMetafilter on non-exploitave pornography — this is a topic I've always wanted to write about at foldedspace, but never had the guts to do so

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Can this fruit be saved? The banana is on a crash course with extinction. [via mefi]

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2005-09-17:

Oregon's minimum wage: 1976-2002

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Awesome (true) cycling story: the man who rode to the moon and back (twice) [via mefi]

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2005-09-16:

Two games to check out: Mudcraft and Word Pads

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The baby name wizard NameVoyager

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I've been searching for a simple, easy-to-use book cataloging tool for a long time. Library Thing may be that tool. (It eve handles pre-ISBN books!)

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2005-09-15:

Funny stuff — Hurricane Katrina in Magic cards [via nikchick]

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Dolphin rescue: eight dolphins that were swept out of their oceanarium by Hurricane Katrina have been rediscovered hundreds of yards out at sea [via airbag]

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An interview with Kim Stanley Robinson, one of my favorite scifi authors

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It's biodiesel! Inventor fuels car with dead cats

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How to disappear in America without a trace [via kottke]

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2005-09-14:

The first half of this video is hilarious (up until the cat's "secret"): Cat News [via frykitty]

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The intelligence of scrub jays — the birds exhibit planning, memory, and cunning [via mefi]

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Incoming signals: a weblog

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How to win at carnival games [via bb]

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2005-09-12:

We had to kill our patients — euthanasia in the wake of Katrina

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For the daring among us: how to make ball lightning in your microwave oven [via making light]

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From AskMe: What words do people use that consistently make you cringe and wonder if they understand what they are saying? (see also: What tips do you have for better spelling of everyday words, and which ones peeve you the most?)

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The ten stupidest Utopias [via waxy]

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Bad science in the press [via waxy]

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For my fellow Bearcats: the Willamette Collegian is available on-line

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2005-09-09:

A fantastic (and blessedly nonpartisan) photo essay on New Orleans before, during, and after Katrina from a resident. No posturing. No grandstanding. No politicizing. Just photos. [via mefi]

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2005-09-08:

This is frickin' awesome! Dictionaraoke, the singing dictionary — this site features parodies of popular songs using karaoke-style backing music with vocals provided by audio pronunciation samples from online dictionaries. Examples: Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody or The Police's Every Breath You Take or Tori Amos' Me and a Gun (this last is sacrilige, I know). [via frykitty]

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2005-09-07:

Another d70 focus chart from kottke

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Apple releases iTunes 5 and replaces the iPod mini with the iPod nano

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Ten reasons to eat local food [via kottke]

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Miscellaneous Katrina stuff: Jon Stewart and The Daily Show on the inadequate response, The Onion: God outdoes terrorists yet again, Hurricane Katrina: our experiences (from members of an EMS convention stranded in the French Quarter). Also a Katrina timeline and another Katrina response timeline [the last is via schmuck, I hate to admit]

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How to make a superhero movie that doesn't suck — I don't think the author goes far enough

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The nerd, geek, or dork test — I am a "modern, cool nerd". I am 78% nerd, 52% geek, 43% dork. (Though according to the bottom of the results page, I am 82% nerdier, 71% geekier, and 74% dorkier than my peers.) [via kdlb]

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The early days of the Muppet comic strip [via scrubbles]

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2005-09-06:

Stacy catches the Harry Potter bug. Eight years late.

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Gilligan has gone to the desert island in the sky

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I've had conversations about this in the past: gender gap persists between lesbians and gay men [via scrubbles]

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Whoa! This is very useful. The OneLook reverse dictionary is more than just that — I love the "related words" lookup feature. Very cool.

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2005-09-05:

This Movable Type style generator is pretty keen

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2005-09-04:

It's been a long time since I posted an animal intelligence link: clever whale uses fish to catch seagulls [via bragg]

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2005-09-03:

This Metafilter thread has some amazing links. Simply amazing. Check out the Matrix shatters before the eyes of the nation (locally hosted 5mb WMV file) and the rebellion of the talking heads (which articulates what I noticed the other night — the reporters, even on Fox News, aren't regurgitating the government spin)

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Snopes debunks the Katrina/racism photo captions I posted earlier in the week

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I'm going to make Jenn's beef brisket this weekend, but am having trouble because her recipe calls for brisket but names tritiploin in parantheses. Tiff says this is the same as shoulder roast. I'm confused. I've found beef cuts and how to understand them and retail beef terms, but I'm still confused. Can anyone help?

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2005-09-02:

The politics of weather, a thoughtful weblog post on Katrina and its aftermath

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The dirt cheap guide to Portland [via laen]

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Tricking out iTunes — "plugins and hacks to max out your music"

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2005-09-01:

Amazing hurricane Katrina photos

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Satellite imagery of New Orleans [via Dave]

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43folders has a fascinating entry on Benjamin Franklin and his drive for perfection

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What's it like to be a pretty girl? [via mefi]

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2005-08-31:

Why you should not eat at the Olive Garden (aside from the fact that their food sucks) [via jeff and rich]

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Crashed cars of Kuwait — "With a 120kph (75mph) highway speed limit, an 80kph (50mph) urban speed limit, a lot of expensive high performance cars, next to no law enforcement, driving in Kuwait can be a little exciting." [via mefi]

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This is all over the web and with good reason: racism in Katrina reporting

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Hey, you got something to eat? (by a goat)

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2005-08-30:

Video: Elvis, the robocat

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Mary Janes Farm — simple solutions for everyday organic, featuring a magazine that looks interesting (also, a recent Oregonian article) [via AmyJo]

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Testing the accuracy of SLR camera focusing system [the handiest kottke link ever!]

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How to set up a podcasting studio [via airbag]

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Making Light has two good entries on damage from Hurricane Katrina: the first includes a link to about half an hour of video footage, and the second links to interesting articles about the aftermath

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2005-08-29:

Cool! Parasite [via cat]

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Cats in sinks

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Could you pass 8th grade math? — I got 10/10 [via kottke, who missed one]

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This is just wrong: House of Cosbys [via waxy]

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Dig to the other side — a small google maps app to determine the antipode of your location [via robotwisdom]

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Jane Smiley reads all of Proust's "Remembrance of Things Past" — I haven't picked it up for a year; I miss it [via bookslut — the first-ever bookslut flotch, actually]

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Stuff from a TV preacher, a Flickr photoset [via rivets]

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The Mongolian cow sour yogurt super girl contest

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mp3s of 100 Saturday morning cartoon theme songs — which is your favorite? [via robotwisdom]

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Build your own sitcom, featuring a PDF board game [via robotwisdom]

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Hilarious ongoing series of weblog posts: if I ran the comics industry, feautring such absolute gems as Marvel Comics Presents Wolverine vs. Soren Kierkegaard

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2005-08-28:

Flickr: cat stairway

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Take a hike: things you need to know when you take your digital camera for a walk in the woods

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2005-08-26:

A local foodblog: An exploration of Portland food and drink

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Heh. Breeder Bingo, which comes via this fine AskMe question: "I'm a 40-ish woman, intelligent, fun, interesting, married, a home owner, have a lot in common with women I meet. You like me when you meet me. Why do you turn off when you learn I have no children?"

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Crouching Tiger's Zhang Ziyi and Michelle Yeoh to be reunited in Memoirs of a Geisha coming 09 Dec 2005 (trailer)

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The right to bear cameras is under attack — time to download The Photographer's Rights again. [via bb]

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This is the kind of stuff my grandmother raised me on: Apes, Lies, and Mrs. Henn — "If YOU believe in evolution instead of Jesus, you'll end up in hell."

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2005-08-24:

Photo Mechanic, another piece of photography software

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How not to make me ex-gay

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The big scary list of Pat Robertson quotations — maybe somebody should assassinate him [via makinglight]

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2005-08-23:

This is cool: Google Maps pedometer [via Susan]

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2005-08-20:

I'm considering a photography course at either Oregon College of Art and Craft or Pacific Northwest College of Art

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extramsg.com — culinary blog and Portland food guide

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Willamette Week's best of Portland 2005

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Growing Gardens: planting seeds for good food, healthy people, and strong communities in Portland

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Goodwill, the thrift store, also has an on-line bookshop: Goodwill Books, and a Hillsboro storefront at 2920 SW 234th!

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2005-08-19:

Editing your digital images without the mystery

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How to put the sky in a room

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My week in the psych ward, Unlocked, and On that open road in front of me [via kottke]

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iView MediaPro is a an iPhoto replacement (iPhoto sucks)

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Beautiful tributes to Stanislaw Lem: the star diaries (also here and here) [via mefi]

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2005-08-18:

Fascinating Scientific American article: Mindful of Symbols — "On the way to learning that one thing can represent another, young children often conflate the real item and its symbol. These errors show how difficult it is to start thinking symbolically." [via mefi]

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Awesome Flickr tag browser

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HA! the Hasselhoffian recursion [via fotw]

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TextMate, yet another text editor for the Mac

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From the archives: a home-built marble machine — "I hadn't actually planned on building a second marble machine, but I had an idea for building a better marble elevating device, plus I had enough time on my hand to actually build a machine using this principle."

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From the archives: my homebrew pipe organ

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The rudiments of wisdom, a cartoon encyclopedia

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Teach your toddlers the alphabet for geniuses

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Maya's micronomicon is insanely amazing [via waxy]

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From the archives: Eric Harshbarger's LEGO portfolio

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2005-08-17:

Taken [via frykitty]

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Evangelical scientists refute gravity with new 'intelligent falling' theory

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2005-08-15:

Sabino suggested I join him and Trina in Run Like Hell!

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Handy lists to maintain

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Cool: O'Reilly books freely available on the web, including the ever-helpful web design library

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Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Poet

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2005-08-14:

Two organizations found in Portland Monthly's "best of the city" issue: Newspace Center for Photography and the Independent Publishing Resource Center

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2005-08-12:

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Nikonians, a site for Nikon users (featuring the first banner-ad I've ever clicked)

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NEAT! Dust devils on Mars

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Key ingredients: America by food

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Eurostar by Ye-Ye (great music video) [via robotwisdom]

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For the Ayn Rand fan in your life: johngaltgifts.com [via fotw]

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Great weblog entry: I miss Republicans

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The Bacon Show: one bacon recipe per day, every day, forever [via airbag]

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Michael Rawdon's web journal (he eschews the term weblog) has been around for eight years now; I've been reading it for seven

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2005-08-11:

sniff Goodbye to Kitty [via frykitty]

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An awesome flash game, so simple and yet oh-so-difficult (and addictive!): Spaceworms

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An interesting exploration of phallic signifiers in advertising [via rivets]

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How to write a novel in 100 days or less [via fotw]

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2005-08-10:

The angry bluebird and the story behind the photo

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Because freedom isn't free: America Supports You Freedom Walk 9/11/2005 — this is more than a little over-the-top, don't you think? (official press release) [via mefi]

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Alan's FauxDaddy — "This is the true story of how Go Daddy and Domains by Proxy revealed my confidential information to the world."

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Awesome (but kind of gross): praying mantis catches/eats hummingbird (with photos) [via robotwisdom]

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Lifehacker has a round-up of techniques to help you quit smoking

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This makes me want to cry: Gay Child Quiz — Is my child becoming homosexual? [ via mefi]

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PB's watermelon update could be my own (I have high hopes that our single watermelon will be edible — I've never harvested an edible watermelon)

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From the archives: The Online Film Critics Society's top 100 overlooked films of the 1990s

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2005-08-09:

Sinead O'Connor goes reggae — Sinead is my "soul artist" — I lover her music, but what will this be like? I just wish she'd focus more on her vocals. Her voice is awesome.

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Again, probably of interest only to me: Live Champions League football results — Everton (my favorite team) begin play at about noon (related: Premiership club-by-club guide)

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Photography gallery: 'Hiroshima' by Hiromi Tsuchida [via bb]

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A bevy of Time Magazine entertainment articles: ten songs for late summer, Terry Gilliam's flying circus, five top anime movies on DVD, you don't know Jack (about radio stations like Portland's new CharlieFM, or whatever it's called), and 2046: a face odyssey, about the summer film I'm most looking forward to seeing

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Google it, you moron — or, as I (more politely) put it: "Google is your friend"

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Incomplete, but fun: the campus squirrel listings [via fotw]

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Fantasy fashion league — the fashionista’s answer to fantasy football! [via kottke]

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Craziness: Doom on the iPod [via waxy]

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Underwater battle: giant octopus vs. shark — place your bets! [via vbb]

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Brits to get RFID-chipped license plates [via Dave (aka Mr. Paranoid)]

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2005-08-08:

Digital black and white — yet another "how-to" for producing black-and-white digital images

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2005-08-05:

Northwest Vipassana Center [via Paul and Susan]

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2005-08-04:

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News that only J.D. cares about: Everton sign Phil Neville!

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Lifehut — answers to life's problems

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2005-08-02:

Excalibur: the bike of POWER — this is not a pocket bike...

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200 amazing secrets! [via mefi]

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Flickr Explore, featuring interestingness

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Stop the presses! After more than two decades of single-button mouseness, Apple finally catches a clue: Mighty Mouse

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What are some good books about birds?

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2005-08-01:

PB and Alan share their gardens, too.

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The kittays can JUMP! — ninja cats [via frykitty]

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2005-07-31:

The Christian Paradox: How a faithful nation gets Jesus wrong. What it means to be Christian in America. An excerpt of a magazine article. (via Paul J.)

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2005-07-30:

Fun flash game: Stackopolis [via waxy]

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2005-07-29:

The amazing Chinese art of watermelon carving [via 2blowhards]

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2005-07-28:

Classical music recommendations

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Politics and the English Language, a 1946 essay by George Orwell about how politicians use language to obfuscate war

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How to stand your ground and survive a confrontation

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What's that bug? [via mefi]

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"The Database of Intentions is simply this: The aggregate results of every search ever entered, every result list ever tendered, and every path taken as a result." [via robotwisdom]

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It's Catching — new David Sedaris piece

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2005-07-27:

solipsistic.org — a strange and beautiful little web site [via mefi]

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A tribute to Mopsey: one great little cat [via askme]

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Very funny: My racist aunt and the United States according to my racist aunt [via kottke]

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Current photos of the kids from the 1971 version of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory [via bb]

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To master the art of solving crimes, cops study VermeerVermeer is one of my favorite artists [via robotwisdom]

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2005-07-26:

The truth about the octopus, including the urban octopus, octopus jokes, and how to tell an octopus from a dolphin [via FotW]

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Overheard in the office, a list of crazy things heard in offices around the country [via FotW]

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The "I've been hiking for several days" AICN roundup: Battlestar on DVD, Doctor Who news, and HP & Goblet of Fire photos

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Forgotten pictures of populare people features decade(s)-old photographs of current celebrities (e.g. David Hasselhoff) [via 2blowhards]

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A new book coming in September — In Praise of Slowness — explores the "slow movement", an attempt to integrate technology with "inner slowness"

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Are you driven to distraction by technology? I am. [via 43f]

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How to learn from your mistakes [via lifehacker]

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Fat Man Walking — a 350# man is walking from San Diego to New York to lose weight and chronicling the trip on his web site [via lifehacker]

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2005-07-24:

This is good: The Perry Bible Fellowship, "a comic strip just for you" — subtle and perverse this humor is (this strip has nothing to do with the Bible)

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Hilarious types of stories my mother tells

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2005-07-22:

Awesome! While my ukelele gently weeps (the guy has a web site)

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Installing a new habit and breaking an old one — if only I could apply these principles [via 43f]

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The unofficial Apple weblog [via 43f]

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Taking stalking to all new levels: combining Hot or Not with GoogleMaps [via Northwest Noise]

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sigh Is Harry Potter gay? — this is as dumb as it comes [via mefi]

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2005-07-21:

North Coast Café, a weblog about nature (and stuff)

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Shakespeare in original pronunciation (audio sample here) [via mefi]

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Phil Plait's Bad Astronomy debunks bad astronomy in popular culture

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The 50 films you should see by the age of 14 — one of my faves, Spirited Away, is number one!

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2005 Eisner Awards recognize the best in the field of comic books

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2005-07-20:

New York Times iconic imagery slideshow (registration required?) [via kottke]

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The Candy Man — why children love Roald Dahl's stories, but many adults don't [via waxy]

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2005-07-19:

Father kills toddler over gay fears — Okay, homophobes, which is worse: a gay son or a dead son? I'm almost afraid to hear your answers... [via mefi]

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Hilarious video: Harlan McCraney

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The cook's thesaurus and the medicinal value of whole foods [via rivets]

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For Lisa: Grammar IQ Challenge [via rivets]

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For Jeff: Death Star subwoofer [via /.]

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How to convert a photograph to a vector drawing using Photoshop

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2005-07-18:

Practical joke: Crashing Harry Potter video, a drive-by spoiler at a midnight Harry Potter line [via waxy]

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Fourth annual Lebowski Fest this weekend in Kentucky. If, like me, you cannot attend, then at least watch the film once in memory of Donny.

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End of the world? Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others, a stage musical based on the music of The Smiths, recently opened in London [via bb]

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Rules of card games: Cuarenta

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2005-07-16:

Missing the point: 10,600 google matches for 'Willy Wonka' 'Johnny Depp' 'Michael Jackson' together. sigh

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2005-07-14:

Grumblebee continues our discussion of quality and art with some interesting thoughts

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2005-07-13:

Why I bought a typewriter on eBay

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A 1969 interview with Frank Herbert, author of Dune [via mefi]

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How to write more clearly, think more clearly, and learn complex material more easily [via kottke]

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Nicole keeps feeding me animal intelligence links (for which I am grateful): parrot understands concept of zero !!!

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For Dave: a rant about literary fiction — "I believe most literary fiction ... is duller than commercial fiction and harder to read." [via bookslut]

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Another weblogger being tested for sleep apnea recounts her experience with the CPAP machine

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2005-07-12:

A testament to ten cats

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daughters are...Angels With Attitude, a creepy photo contest with children made to look like dolls [via the entire web, it seems]

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Pile high, sell cheap, and pay well — why Costco is the 'white knight' of the Big Box industry [via kazablog]

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2005-07-11:

Official Portland bicycle resources, including current and future projects, info on bicycle parking, and bicycle maps (including a fantastic city-wide map)

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For my Kris: The Price is Right minigames wikipedia article [via waxy]

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Where I spent most of my (virtual) morning: the fascinating bikes-on-sidewalks AskMe thread — in conclusion, don't ride your bike on the sidewalk (and don't let your kids do it, either)

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Processing a digital photo [via lifehacker]

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Why do you work so hard? — an excellent article in the same vein as my Get Rich Slowly! research [via scrubbles]

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For Joel and Aimee: the International Hedgehog Association [via frykitty]

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Language of prairie dogs includes word for humans [via nikchick]

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2005-07-10:

Subject of a possible future weblog entry: The Wire and Arrested Development — too smart to make it?

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The classic computer magazine archive

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2005-07-09:

What to include in a basic science fiction library. I have a modest (~500 volume) scifi library that's been on hold for several years; I think it's time I started adding to it.

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Gallery of the absurdRenee Zellweger's extreme sour lemon candy made me laugh out loud [via mefi]

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Apropos of Something remixes comics with often hilarious results (similar to the photoshopped Spider-Man comics I shared before) [via rivets]

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Sabadabada, a webpage devoted to Brazilian bossa nova, balanco, and samba records of the 1960s (includes mp3s and cover art) [via dominey]

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2005-07-08:

Psychedelic Christian radio mp3s from 1967 [via waxy]

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Ten reasons why you should eat organic food

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Is this a repeat? Free online photography course

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2005-07-07:

Mike has a new hat that I quite like, so he pointed me to the web site: Tilley Endurables

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Best photos from National Geographic [via jwalk]

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2005-07-06:

Supermemo, a language learning tool [via AskMe]

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PETV: People For the Ethical Treatment of Vegetables

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Pictures I like for a variety of reasons — the one with the cat in the dog bed and the dog in the cat bed is funny

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Obituaries of the future — a sample: June 5, 2019 Bush – George W. (72), the 43rd president of the United States, was struck down “in action” early yesterday morning from injuries sustained during a failed one-man invasion of Mexico. [via presurfer]

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A synopsis of all the drinking that occurred on the TV show Bewitched [via presurfer]

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2005-07-04:

The ridiculously thorough guide to making your own pizzayum!

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Fun and frustrating stick-figure movie quiz — how well can you do? [via mefi]

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2005-07-03:

AskMe: What are your favorite This American Life episodes?

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Things to do when you're bored

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Quiz: Are you a science fiction scholar? Apparently, I am. Does that surprise anyone?

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I'd really like to be asleep, but our neighborhood is firework crazy again this year. They've been going over for over an hour and there's no end in sight! This means more links for you. (10:20pm July 3rd)

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Will the madness never stop? Leia's metal bikini — an entire fansite devoted to this skimpy outfit

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Reincarnation? Parents think six-year-old boy is reincarnated World War II pilot [via robot wisdom]

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2005-07-02:

Here's a comic book weblog I've been reading for months but havne't linked to: Mike Sterling's Progressive Ruin

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The first step on the the road to supsended animation: zombie dogs [via Dave]

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I've written here on this subject before: Why do we forget our childhoods? — I recall much of my childhood; perhaps this is why. [via matt h.]

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Steam-powered flight

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2005-07-01:

A 1980 article from Pauline Kael: Why are movies so bad? [via robot wisdom]

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Irish man fails to set world bee record — I, too, have failed at this

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Sandra Day O'Connor retires

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For the fans: David Lynch's daily weather report [via kottke]

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2005-06-30:

50 worst haircuts [via rivets]

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AskMe: What makes extreme abstract art significant?

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The worst mistake in the history of the human race — I haven't read any Jared Diamond yet, but I hope to by the end of the year

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2005-06-25:

Why I love AskMe: How do you kill a T-Rex? (from the thread: Kenyan grandfather, 73, kills leopard with bare hands)

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2005-06-23:

For Paul J.: Hewn and Hammered, all about prairie, craftsman, and mission architecture art and design

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Kevin Kelly's cool tools

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Fucking unbelievable! How did Mad Hot Ballroom survive the copyright cartel? Further examples of the insane corporcracy into which our country is descending. [via waxy]

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A new competitive sport: cat flinging

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Funny stuff: conversations with my wife about Star Wars [via FotW]

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One minute library "When I wake up in the morning I go out and film a one minute observation of the day." [via mefi]

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The AFI's list of 100 greatest movie quotes of all time — I think this list is shakier than many of their past lists

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From Cloud Atlas comes my new favorite word: corpocracy, government by corporations, which is essentially what we have in the U.S. today (more here and here)

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2005-06-22:

The omnivore: learning how to eat EVERYTHING and Stealth Health: How to Sneak Nutrition Painlessly Into Your Diet [both via AskMe]

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2005-06-21:

Newsflash: Tom Cruise kills Oprah! — you can also get Free Katie! t-shirts [via waxy]

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Ten things you can do today to jump-start success [via lifehacker]

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2005-06-20:

Put your old stuff to good use: freecycle it

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You can start a fire with a can of coke and a chocolate bar [via tricks of the trade]

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Wake up! We like the MOOOON!

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From the always-useful lifehacker: surprising expiration dates

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Saddam friendly with U.S. troops

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2005-06-17:

The backstroke of the West: So, Revenge of the Sith has been released on Chinese pirate DVDs, right? And the DVDs have English subtitles, right? They actually make the movie better!

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Hilarious video: best of censorship — "extremely safe for work yet, oddly, not" [via mefi]

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2005-06-16:

fixed! 50 smartest things to do with your money [via lifehacker]

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AskMe: What makes people people? What differentiates us from animals? Some answers (like "drug use") are not as sure as they sound.

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Fantastic advice, and not just for teenagers: The Teenager's Guide to the Real World [via kottke]

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The last word: why even great novels can have disappointing endings

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Being that guy: a guide to comic book t-shirts

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2005-06-15:

Like a steeplechase with bunnies: rabbit hopping — "You know, for kids!" [via mefi]

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Advice for guys: how to be banned from doing the dishes (other helpful pointers are available on this site, like how to be banned from doing laundry — also check out the hilarious new cranky workshop, which is about plumbing)

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Hilarious! This squirrel liquor decanter would be perfect at Rosings Park, but it wouldn't last long with Nemo and Simon around [via bb]

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My favorite PC game franchise has a new entry: Civilization IV trailer (why does a game like Civ4 need fancy 3d graphics? it doesn't. it's lame!)

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2005-06-14:

The United States Christian flag — this site makes me cry, and not in a good way

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2005-06-13:

Fantastic collection of science fiction paintings, from the aforementioned AskMetafilter thread

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An Amazon list: Modern purveyors of early popular music

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Outstanding! The first podcasts I've found that are of interest to me: Radio Memories, featuring old-time radio programs and big band music [via bb]

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When I was a boy, I loved the Terran Trade Authority books — now there's a fellow who's created his own digital versions of similar spaceships and space combats [via AksMe]

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Vintage supermarket photos

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Vintage vacations

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I like the aesthetics of these 1920s Chicago transit posters

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2005-06-11:

No joke, this is the film I'm most looking forward to at the moment: The New World (imdb) — I've recently seen all of Terrence Malick's films; they're visually stunning

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Improve your searches with this awesome resource: the Google cheat sheet

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Matthew Baldwin's guide to Star Wars: how to watch The Phantom Menace

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2005-06-10:

Man moves train with right ear [via mimi]

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AskMe: How do you cultivate gratitude? — an attempt to appreciate at what we have, how fortunate we are; also a query about how to avoid dissatisfaction

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39 forks [via Susan]

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Flowchart of generic James Bond movie (and the handy flowchart for the opening short-story scene) [via making light]

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Author interviews by Don Swaim, including talks with Edward Abbey (for Paul J.), Robertson Davies (for Joel), John Irving (for Kris), and hundreds of others (no Patrick O'Brian though) [via mefi]

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I should have made a career out of animal intelligence. (I should at least start that damn weblog.) Prairie dogs speak — scientists can discern twenty discrete 'words', including adjectives

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Two fun book items from Amazon: The Batman Handbook: The Ultimate Training Manual and the Penguin Classics Library Complete Collection, which contains 1082 volumes

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Flash-based fun (?): peel the potato game [via robotwisdom]

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from defective yeti: it's Business Time — "I was in the car this evening listening to 103.7 The Mountain, and they played a song so funny that it had me laughing out loud."

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2005-06-09:

Mom has a great weblog entry up: Live like you were dying, which includes remembrances of Dad's final months

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Great entry at Alas, a Blog: What feminists demanded in 1967, reproducing NOW's Bill of Rights from its first national conference (I have real problems with article four — I think tax subsidies for children are wrong)

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The force behind Star Wars, a 1977 interview with George Lucas, puts a lie to some of the modern Lucas myths. For example: "[The prequels are] about Ben and Luke's father and Vader when they are young Jedi knights. But Vader kills Luke's father, then Ben and Vader have a confrontation, just like they have in Star Wars, and Ben almost kills Vader. As a matter of fact, he falls into a volcanic pit and gets fried and is one destroyed being." [via kottke]

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Zork wiki: you are likely to be eaten by a grue

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Photoshopped Spider-Man comics — some of these are really very funny [via nate]

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2005-06-08:

My public fitness log — help keep me accountable on my quest for fitness

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Harry and the Potters — "We play songs about books" (check out Save Ginny Weasley [via mefi]

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Ragtime nickolodeons, callipoes, and player pianos

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Fitness in six minutes a week: a few intense sprints are as good as an hour of jogging, study shows [via Jason Gingerich]

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Personal mantras, words to live by (do you have a personal mantra?)

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Andrew Cooke's diary — Cooke is a mefite who always has something interesting to say

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2005-06-07:

Hilarious: revised Revenge of the Sith script — missing only the "Obiwan could leap over Maul in ep1, but now Anakin can't leap over Obiwan" paradox

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Wing girls, the girlfriend-getters [via mefi]

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Yale grades portray Kerry as a lackluster student — in fact, he basically earned the same grades as Bush

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Dave's feeding me animal intelligence links now, which is great: Dolphins use sponges as tools

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2005-06-06:

Elf-booty got soul! Lords of the Rhymes: "We put hobbit rap back on the map" Heh [via ml]

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I used to be a Neocon, which reminds me of a great bumper-sticker I saw recently: Who would Jesus bomb? [via kottke]

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Forget MacRumors — their new format sucks — and try MacObserver instead. (It's true: Apple moving to Intel.) It's time for that semi-annual morning of excitement for Mac fans: Apple's WWDC 2005 Keynote Coverage — the fun begins at 10am Pacific

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2005-06-05:

Flickr Birdwatchers Guide, a great use for Flickr (about which I've always been ambivalent)

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OTTER, a tool for cataloging old-time radio programs

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H-I-T-L-E-R, rap star (video): "...now the SS on my uniform stands for super-smooth..." [via rivets]

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2005-06-04:

701 songs from old 78s, even more early recorded music

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2005-06-03:

The Scientology comparative theology page, including a summary and analysis of Operating Thetans (Tom Cruise is level six) [via waxy]

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Gode cookery, a compilation of medieval recipes from authentic sources adapted for the 21st century kitchen, along with diverse facts on food & feasting in the Middle Ages & Renaissance and other historical culinary items

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Awesome historical atlas of the 20th century, including a Wikipedia watch, man-made megadeaths, and a map of what the US would look like if every seccessionist movement had succeeded (via mefi)

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Turtle's 78rpm jukebox, a collection of mp3s from records made before 1930 (also check out the antique phonograph music program and Thomas Edison's attic) (via mefi)

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Breakit, an awesome flash-based breakout clone (seriously!)

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I've held off on posting this for several days, but can no longer do so: Creationism: God's gift to the ignorant — I don't write the headlines, I just re-post them

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Create your own MMORPG using PHP and a web interface: imagine the possibilities!

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Photoshopped Escher

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2005-06-02:

AskMe: teaching a disobedient, disruptive five-year-old

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Lindy Hop dance videos

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The other side of BitTorrent

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The retro hotels of Highway 99

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Bob Armstrong's old jigsaw puzzles

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2005-06-01:

Swing dance championships, a great example of modern swing dancing (more videos here) (via rivets)

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Uselessness, kaibutsu's new weblog

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Frugal For Life, a weblog about living below your means

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2005-05-31:

The golden years

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Music from Uncle Neptune, a sort of attempt to capture the sound of a hundred years ago (via bb)

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Power Game Factory

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Quiz: What is your world view? (Mine is: 75% cultural creative, 63% postmodernist, 56% materialist, 56% romanticist, 50% existentialist, 38% modernist, 25% fundamentalist, and 6% idealist.)

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Pinki, a thumbnail image icon creator for OS X

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2005-05-30:

Hergé's Syldavian: a grammar

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Gone & forgotten — once upon a superhero

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2005-05-29:

Herbal remedies: melatonin and St. John's wort (which boosts serotonin)

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A post I made on metafilter: Analysis of hit records using sonograms. (Here, for example, are Fleetwood Mac's Rumors, Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon, and Michael Jackson's Thriller.) Also from the same site: a study of RIAA record sales over the entire history of platinum albums; a look at the noise present in vinyl records; and a discussion of slew rates, a type of audio distortion present on compact discs.

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Mindset, a new search tool from Yahoo!, filters out the commercial chaff

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The day the Pope stole my shades, a fantastic interview with noted liberal Bono (of U2) in which he says of noted conservative George W. Bush (of US) that the President is funny, quick-witted, and that Bono likes him as a man (via robot)

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The evolution of the American front porch (via mefi)

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2005-05-28:

The phonetic writings of a four-year-old

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Windows rapidly approaching desktop usability

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Hilarious analysis of Lost as a giant text adventure game (via waxy)

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2005-05-27:

Herbal remedies internet reference guide

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Herbal remedies internet reference guide

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It's Cat Town!

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Martha the cat is a mighty pirate

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A complete list of Motown singles

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Worst superhero costumes ever

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Extinct California flower re-discovered (via slashdot)

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Make your own marshmallows

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2005-05-26:

New Charlie and the Chocolate Factory trailer! (I've probably watched the old trailer nearly a hundred times. Seriously. I love the thing.)

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PopCult Magazine

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How to make your PC work more like a Mac

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11 steps to a better brain (via 43f)

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2005-05-25:

Simon has a doppleganger named Simon

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2005-05-23:

15 answers to creationist claims

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Spoiler for the new Star Wars movie, Return of the Jedi (via mefi, where there's more)

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2005-05-19:

Repost: Lifehacker

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Too much knowledge can be bad for some types of memory

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2005-05-18:

Why are baby girl clothes all so frou-frou? (also this site has great t-shirts for babies)

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This is awesome: complete scans of EVERY Asterix book

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2005-05-17:

Christians against Bush

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De-Animator (via nicole

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How to clean house in only nineteen minutes a day

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Fainting goats (via mefi)

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38 ways to win an argument

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Links for aspiring writers

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How to learn any language

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American rhetoric: top 100 speeches (via del.icio.us)

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In human nature study, apes can cook or use vending machines

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New Earth Time

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2005-05-16:

Gloriously scathing review of Revenge of the Sith: "The general opinion of Revenge of the Sith seems to be that it marks a distinct improvement on the last two episodes, The Phantom Menace and Attack of the Clones. True, but only in the same way that dying from natural causes is preferable to crucifixion." (Another scathing review)

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NBCs fall schedule: West Wing to Sunday at 8 p.m., US version of The Office renewed

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A (partial) cure for (some) cancer?

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Handwriting tips

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Fifty things every foodie should do

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Zero Wing Rhapsody: All your base are belong to Queen (this makes more sense if you're familiar with the original meme (or at least the wikipedia article))

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World Carrot Museum

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Sugar Bush Squirrel, the world's most photographed squirrel

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Noris Dairy

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2005-05-13:

Blade Runner brilliance (via coolreading)

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The Daily Kitten

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Geek fantasies

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2005-05-12:

For AmyJo: Esurientes, a foodblog

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Bad News Hughes, an hilarious weblog

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Worst. Total Eclipse of the Heart video. Ever. (via bragg)

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2005-05-11:

Timely-Atlas-Marvel Comics historical chronology

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The comic books trade paperback list

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Alexandra DuPont likes Revenge of the Sith (my favorite reviewer hated Phantom and Clones as much as I did)

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2005-05-10:

Smithsonian Global Sound (via Kris)

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Porting VB applications to Linux and OS X (via fahrni)

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Apergonem: a Latin splash page

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RealSimple, the web site

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Carmina popularia, Latin translations of some popular songs

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2005-05-09:

Pacific Comics Club, home of great American comic strips

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Store Wars

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For Lynn: Anakin Dynamite

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Dog cares for abandoned baby (via bb)

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Food and farms film series in Portland mid-June (via AmyJo)

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2005-05-08:

Secret fun spot

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This was your life! Chick tract

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Place the state game — how well can you do?

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Matinee, a ripped-DVD utility

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Awesome online clock (frykitty)

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The best MMORPG music video I've ever seen: crossing Enya with Star Wars Galaxies (via robot wisdom)

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2005-05-06:

DIY: Outdoor Wireless Access Point/Signal Repeater (via Dave)

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Revenge is a dish best served cold: How normal people take revenge for everyday annoyances

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2005-05-05:

616, not 666, is the number of the Beast (seriously!)

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2005-05-04:

Must-read: If piracy grows, it will not be the end of the world — how music piracy in China portends the new economic model for music distribution worldwide

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Statistical resources on the web

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U.S. business cycle indicators

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The Hubble Space Telescope's top ten discoveries

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2005-05-03:

Willamette Week's FoodFinder

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North Country Organics, organic products for plant growth

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Transcript of an interview with Erna Flegel, a German Red Cross nurse who was with Hitler in his Berlin bunker during the final weeks of the second world war

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The theory of multiple intelligences

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Paper starships

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The war on Amtrak

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2005-05-02:

Superdickery.com, more of the same from the people who brought us Superman is a Dick

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Gay boyfriend, a music video

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MCI distributes child pornography, Verizon supports the homosexual agenda

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2005-05-01:

Kittenwar! (via frykitty)

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2005-04-30:

Bike skills (starring Harrison and Emma)

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Huge burrito mistaken for weapon (via Kris)

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2005-04-28:

Revenge of the Sith plot summary (check out the links at the bottom of the page for more stuff, like projected summaries for the third trilogy)

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A clock made of dots

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2005-04-27:

Quicktime movie constructed using high speed digital camera stills

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An animated kama sutra (this is definitely not safe for work; do not visit if you've qualms with explicit sex; this isn't pornographic — it's educational — but it is quite explicit)

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Birds' brains reveal source of songs (via mefi)

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2005-04-26:

U.S. Bank: five star screwed

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alt.smokers.pipe FAQ

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Viking kittens

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Wikipedia article on Kylie Minogue

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Free throw contest: Lee Walton vs. Shaquille O'Neal (via kottke)

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For Craig: salt taste test

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For the knitters among us: tips on spinning cat hair

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Essential bookmarks for web designers and web developers

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Herd of buffalo disrupts traffic in Maryland

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Credit union locator

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Andrew Tobias: Money and other subjects (via Nick)

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2005-04-21:

The skeptic's annotated Bible (and other scriptures)

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Great chocolate chip cookies (via Amy Jo)

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Babes in space!

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Tales of future past

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Romeo and Juliet in l33tspeak

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2005-04-20:

Oops! I Did it Again, the original version

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Luna City Arcade, an insanely complete HOME gameroom

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Great apes to learn human behaviors

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Model releases

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2005-04-19:

The abolition of work

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Unconventional ideas

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John Cusack shops for himself (also via mimi)

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Pork-n-beans cake (raisins optional) (via mimi)

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MentatWiki, exploring ways to be a better thinker (via 43folders)

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Very funny, especially for comics geeks: Twisted Toyfare Theater presents: Hello, Kitty

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'The Bagman's Gambit' is the only Decemberists song I've ever actively disliked — yuck

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Cat fight takes a wild turn

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How America works (via mefi)

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Tetris shelves (via waxy)

(0 comments)

How to survive a zombie attack

(0 comments)

Nancy Drew graphic novels

(0 comments)

Self-implanted RFID chip

(0 comments)

2005-04-18:

Chimp smokes cigarettes

(0 comments)

2005-04-15:

How to perform an autopsy

(0 comments)

Fifty strategies for making yourself work

(0 comments)

Did domestication make dogs smarter?

(0 comments)

Sob Story at the book warehouse

(0 comments)

The hamster history of England

(0 comments)

Mail Order Chickens

(0 comments)

Extra! Extra! Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell: THE MOTION PICTURE

(0 comments)

Vintage girl watchers

(0 comments)

Bootleg action figures

(0 comments)

2005-04-14:

Cliffs Notes for Henry Adams

(0 comments)

Henry Adams, globe-trotter in time and space

(0 comments)

2005-04-13:

622 music videos (via mefi)

(0 comments)

2005-04-12:

Fascinating: What the bagel man saw

(0 comments)

The heritage of the Great War

(0 comments)

Horrible, horrible video of the day: Mr. T sings in praise of mothers (via vbb)

(0 comments)

For cat-lovers: The silly sleeping pose Olympics

(0 comments)

Just 17 days to Mac OS X 10.4

(1 comments)

How to cut anything

(0 comments)

2005-04-07:

Life and death: memories of a serial killer

(0 comments)

Frequently asked questions about restoring Glen Canyon

(0 comments)

Dickens theme park to open in 2007

(0 comments)

Stuffed animals perform the final scene from Se7en

(0 comments)

I want to start listening to opera. Where should I begin? (also here)

(0 comments)

2005-04-06:

Mad Hot Ballroom

(0 comments)

THIS IS FUN TO MAKE A BLOG ON THE COMPUTER WEBSITE

(0 comments)

Becoming a Tiger

(0 comments)

Many animals have their own forms of laughter

(0 comments)

2005-04-05:

LEGO Disneyland

(0 comments)

Confiessions of an eBay opium addict

(0 comments)

Coming in 2006: Pretty in Pink 2 (with original cast!)

(0 comments)

Your homework done for free

(0 comments)

To hell with it. I'm just linking to the metafilter entry directly: Rats!

(0 comments)

My hummingbird summer (via mefi)

(0 comments)

2005-04-04:

Smithsonian Global Sound (via bb)

(0 comments)

How to get that perfect shave (and related mefi comments)

(0 comments)

The singing life of birds (via mefi)

(0 comments)

The thumb-sized heart of TK the cat

(0 comments)

2005-03-31:

The biggest crisis ever to face U.S. beekeeping (via frykitty)

(0 comments)

Is this a HARMFUL cheeseburger or something? (audio) (via mefi)

(0 comments)

2005-03-29:

The lessons's of Lucasfilm's Habitat

(0 comments)

This or That

(0 comments)

I'm dying here — this is so funny: The Old Negro Space Program — I'm in tears (literally!) (via making light)

(0 comments)

Songs in list format

(0 comments)

2005-03-28:

Monkey vs. Tiger — guess who wins... (via frykitty)

(1 comments)

2005-03-27:

Rolf is a Nazi: A SongFight Tribute to The Sound of Music (via bb)

(0 comments)

2005-03-26:

Anagram genius (via betsy)

(0 comments)

2005-03-25:

Awesome! Enterprising Portland man catches thieves who stole his identity

(0 comments)

Sleeptracker

(0 comments)

2005-03-24:

Two great animal stories: T-Rex soft tissue discovered and an octopus that disguises itself and walks on two legs

(0 comments)

(0 comments)

The superstitions database

(0 comments)

Wacky court cases

(0 comments)

Water vs. Coke (via lookit)

(0 comments)

List of Bests

(0 comments)

Cops with six legs: law and order among insects (via mefi)

(0 comments)

The Heretical Press

(0 comments)

How to really confuse your party guests

(0 comments)

2005-03-23:

Aircraft crash videos (via bb)

(0 comments)

I am a Japanese school teacher

(0 comments)

2005-03-22:

The Eyes of Nye, aka the return of Bill Nye the science guy (via /.)

(1 comments)

Magic missle (video)

(0 comments)

Lightbox

(0 comments)

2005-03-21:

The secret to songwriting is...

(0 comments)

Calorie densities of selected foods

(0 comments)

PATH: Ways-of-Working in Photography (via kottke)

(0 comments)

2005-03-20:

How many five-year-olds can you take on at once? (via waxy)

(0 comments)

Kurt Vonnegut's eight rules for writing fiction

(0 comments)

Weasley is our king (via long story)

(0 comments)

2005-03-19:

Kaboom!

(0 comments)

World mouse-clicking championships

(1 comments)

13 things that do not make sense

(0 comments)

2005-03-18:

Couple sells candles that smell like Jesus

(0 comments)

Five questions to verify whether an entity is a robot (via waxy)

(0 comments)

BitTorrent: 16 Military Wives (Decemberists video)

(0 comments)

Tsunami reveals ancient ruins in India

(0 comments)

Jolly Rogers, a "pirate-themed Reannaisance folk group" (via Decemberists discussion board)

(0 comments)

2005-03-16:

From Tammy: You asked for it!, a story that may help you see her in a different light

(0 comments)

3D printing

(0 comments)

Puzzle Pirates

(0 comments)

Popstrology: what's your sign?

(0 comments)

The periodic table of dessert (via rivets)

(0 comments)

Hell freezes over: Apple developing a two-button mouse

(0 comments)

2005-03-15:

The chocolate deities

(0 comments)

Raising children with secular values in a religious world

(0 comments)

2005-03-14:

Photoshop tips and techniques

(0 comments)

The Luminous Landscape — yet more digital photography advice

(0 comments)

Heather Ann, a weblog

(0 comments)

AskMetafilter: When did you become an atheist?

(0 comments)

2005-03-13:

(0 comments)

The practical nomad

(0 comments)

eBird: North America's destination for birding on the web

(0 comments)

Is music neutral? No! Rock music can kill...

(0 comments)

2005-03-11:

BitTorrent: the new Doctor Who

(0 comments)

Que? Rosie O'Donnell has a weblog (via kottke)

(0 comments)

Dry, with a dismal outlook

(0 comments)

2005-03-10:

Extensive review of the Nikon D70 (and another and another)

(0 comments)

mp3s: Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash. Together. (via scott)

(0 comments)

2005-03-09:

Singular 'their' in Jane Austen and elsewhere (via making light)

(0 comments)

Super OS X menu bar items

(0 comments)

Ten things I have learned

(0 comments)

2005-03-05:

Earworms

(0 comments)

2005-03-04:

Music video: Maximo Park — Apply Some Pressure (via todd)

(0 comments)

When chimps attack!

(0 comments)

The comics curmudgeon

(0 comments)

Psychic kids

(0 comments)

Bald eagle cam

(0 comments)

Desinging public restrooms for the Muslim culture

(0 comments)

How to find mp3s with Google

(0 comments)

2005-03-03:

Telephoto is for cowards (via kottke)

(0 comments)

2005-03-02:

Funny! Snacks: cat vs. dog (via frykitty)

(0 comments)

Party Ben — Mashups (via kris and marla)

(0 comments)

Two weeks with a master of street photography that changed my life (via kottke)

(0 comments)

2005-03-01:

Photo Editing 101 (via kottke)

(0 comments)

2005-02-27:

Squashed philosophers: the books that defined the way The West thinks, condensed and abridged to keep the substance, style, and quotes, but removing all the excess verbiage

(0 comments)

More new Fiona Apple songs (from the album Sony will not release) (via waxy)

(0 comments)

2005-02-24:

Amusing signs

(0 comments)

2005-02-23:

An index of patron saints

(0 comments)

How to do anything photographic

(0 comments)

I didn't think it was possible for the layout of Ain't It Cool News to get any worse, but I was wrong (oops! now they've made some improvements)

(0 comments)

2005-02-22:

How to convert audio cassettes to mp3

(0 comments)

Installing Macintosh OS X on a Windows PC

(0 comments)

Massive spoilers for Star Wars Episode 3 (with photos!) (via kottke)

(0 comments)

Wordstock Festival

(0 comments)

Unpatched PC survival time just sixteen minutes (via AskMe)

(1 comments)

Liberated games: free, legal games for download

(0 comments)

2005-02-21:

The French Revolutionary Calendar

(0 comments)

Metafilter thread on Paris Hilton's hacked cell phone

(0 comments)

Albert Einstein's Theory of Relativity in small words

(0 comments)

Mapping the cat brain

(0 comments)

Virtual Zen Garden

(0 comments)

Funny! Cows With Guns

(0 comments)

Ishkur's Guide to Electronic Music v2.5

(0 comments)

Top 100 gadgets of all time

(0 comments)

Pack ice suggests frozen sea on Mars (via slashdot

(0 comments)

I think I've posted this before, but it's so funny it deserves a second viewing: Rainbow TV - Pluckers and Twangers

(0 comments)

2005-02-18:

Huge star-quake rocks the Milky Way (more here)

(0 comments)

Various retirement articles: one, two, three, four, FIVE, six

(0 comments)

Roth IRA calculator

(0 comments)

2005-02-17:

BlogLatin

(0 comments)

!!!!! Latin: The Easy Way by sci-fi author C.J. Cherryh (a big thank you to sennoma)

(0 comments)

A publisher specializing in Latin books (including modern translations)

(0 comments)

Harry Potter — IN LATIN!

(0 comments)

2005-02-16:

50 strategies for making yourself write (via 43folders)

(0 comments)

Bert is evil!

(0 comments)

Free web-based piano lessons

(0 comments)

What's cool about iceberg lettuce?

(0 comments)

The Golden Bull Awards

(0 comments)

2005-02-15:

WKRP Fest: episode guide, quotes, info site

(0 comments)

Sweet! Napoleon Dynamite soundboard (via kottke)

(0 comments)

2005-02-14:

This is awesome: Muppets Overtime (via making light)

(0 comments)

Homeland security

(1 comments)

Beowulf — comparitive translations

(0 comments)

What a difference a translation makes: The Iliad translated by Robert Fagles

(0 comments)

The Epic of Gilgamesh: A Musical Interpretation

(0 comments)

2005-02-13:

After 20 years of silence, brain-damaged woman begins talking

(0 comments)

2005-02-12:

Two great entries elsewhere: I Hope You Dance and It Feels Like Home

(0 comments)

2005-02-10:

Various song lists: atheist music, kissing songs, songs about babies, top 25 liberty songs, anti-war songs, songs of dystopia, and selected politically insightful progressive song lyrics.

(0 comments)

Skeptical views of fringe archaeology (via mefi)

(0 comments)

SciFi Channel orders a second season of Battlestar Galactica

(0 comments)

A brief history of the Apocalypse (repeat link?)

(0 comments)

The 80s Exchange: a source for 80s mp3s and lyrics

(0 comments)

2005-02-09:

The video game music archive (via frykitty)

(0 comments)

Mike, the headless chicken

(0 comments)

Magic show — a site explaining magic tricks

(0 comments)

Stumptown Confidential has a good series on the official program for the 1959 Oregon Centennial

(0 comments)

French cheeses (via AmyJo)

(0 comments)

2005-02-08:

Sheep dash — test your reaction speed

(4 comments)

Baby name wizard (via mefi)

(0 comments)

2005-02-07:

The Dickens Project

(0 comments)

2005-02-04:

My Little Golden Book About Zogg (via waxy)

(0 comments)

Goban, a free-ware version of Go for OS X

(0 comments)

Pro- and anti-porn positions within feminism

(0 comments)

2005-02-03:

Hide your iPod, here comes Bill (via jeff)

(0 comments)

Adventures at (Ayn) Rand Camp 2002

(0 comments)

Harry Potter pronunciation guide

(0 comments)

Happy 4th Blogday, Rob!

(0 comments)

2005-02-02:

Harold Bloom's Western Canon

(0 comments)

2blowhards.com

(0 comments)

The Teaching Company (reviewed here and here — and another)

(0 comments)

Texas teens increased sex after abstinence program (via haughey)

(0 comments)

2005-02-01:

Pizza topped with honey (via dowingba)

(0 comments)

2005-01-31:

Doom: The Boardgame

(0 comments)

How to knit a chicken viking hat (for Kris)

(0 comments)

Monkeys will pay to look at porn (via scott)

(0 comments)

2005-01-29:

What's your pirate name?

(2 comments)

Are cats for true Christians?

(0 comments)

2005-01-28:

Abston Church of Christ, made with cats and Legos

(0 comments)

xl8yourmac

(0 comments)

2004 film critic top ten lists — summarized, with graph (via kottke)

(0 comments)

2005-01-27:

Idealism vs. realism in raw food diets (via this AskMe thread)

(0 comments)

Huge Pacific wave damages student vessel

(0 comments)

Electronic resources for Wheelock's Latin

(0 comments)

Introduction to the Latin language

(0 comments)

Self-defence with a walking-stick: the different methods of defending oneself with a walking-stick or umbrella when attacked under unequal conditions (via bb)

(1 comments)

From the archives: Etiquette hell (via mefi)

(0 comments)

2005-01-26:

In cold blood: the nutshell stuides of unexplained death (via mefi)

(0 comments)

PostSecret

(0 comments)

For Joel: Pericles, Prince of Tired Plots

(0 comments)

Eats, Shoots & Leaves: the zero tolerance approach to punctuation

(0 comments)

2005-01-25:

Chocolate & Zucchini, a weblog about food (via AmyJo)

(0 comments)

Academy Award nominations announced

(0 comments)

2005-01-24:

The death of yesterday (via mefi)

(0 comments)

Loot lag!

(0 comments)

2005-01-23:

Congrats, Mac and Pam!

(0 comments)

Johnny Carson, dead at 79 (mefi thread, ebert essay)

(0 comments)

Getting back to work: a personal productivity toolkit

(0 comments)

What it's like to be a homicide detective

(0 comments)

Trenches on the web (via Kim)

(0 comments)

2005-01-21:

Apple tip of the week (via rawdon)

(0 comments)

Video of Fatboy Slim's cover of Steve Miller's 'The Joker' done with kittens (.asx video file) (via mefi)

(1 comments)

Ukranian man hasn't slept in twenty years

(0 comments)

2005-01-20:

Woman gives birth to giant baby

(0 comments)

2005-01-19:

The Disseminary

(0 comments)

Theology trading cards (via making light)

(0 comments)

Who says dead languages are useless? (via making light)

(0 comments)

2005-01-18:

56-year-old author publishes first novel (via scrubbles)

(0 comments)

Winning souls to Christ in the World of Warcraft

(0 comments)

For Tammy: the Great Flood Bible quiz

(0 comments)

Postal experiments (via bb)

(3 comments)

Jesus used marijuana

(0 comments)

2005-01-17:

Bill Gates, teen idol (via bb)

(0 comments)

3hive (via mefi)

(0 comments)

Man finds nail in skull six days later (via Kris)

(0 comments)

2005-01-15:

Darth Tater, a Darth Vader potato-head (via bb)

(1 comments)

The Rocky Horror Muppet Show (via mefi)

(0 comments)

Rave reviews for the new Battlestar Galactica.

(0 comments)

2005-01-14:

The best way to clean your computer screen (for Mom)

(0 comments)

Everyone loves Magical Trevor

(0 comments)

2005-01-12:

A guide to combatting comment spam

(0 comments)

2005-01-11:

Latin 506: a correspondence course

(0 comments)

This is awesome: A study guide to Wheelock's Latin

(0 comments)

Breaking news! The Smiths to move south!

(0 comments)

Ask OrBlogs — anyone can register, even those without a weblog

(0 comments)

2005-01-08:

Advice for learning a foreign language

(0 comments)

Labyrinth Latin Library

(0 comments)

grexlat.com

(0 comments)

Pet skunk article from the wikipedia

(0 comments)

Retro-future: a photo/painting gallery (in Portuguese?) (via kottke)

(0 comments)

The Emperor's Court: Han Solo vs. Greedo (via memepool)

(0 comments)

How many names do your pets have?

(0 comments)

2005-01-07:

Do SUVs make you stupid? (via scrubbles)

(0 comments)

Alan Moore's Twilight of the Superheroes (via mefi)

(0 comments)

2005-01-06:

120-year-old tortoise adopts baby hippo (via bb)

(0 comments)

The official Wheelock's Latin series web site

(0 comments)

Lingua Latina: the universal Latin course

(0 comments)

2005-01-05:

First-person account of surviving the tsunamis

(0 comments)

A museum of sound (via scrubbles)

(0 comments)

Mr. Wendell Berry of Kentucky

(0 comments)

2005-01-04:

Coming soon: the Buckaroo Banzai comic book

(0 comments)

Upcoming Battlestar Galactica deluge

(0 comments)

2005-01-01:

A complete waste of time

(0 comments)

2004-12-31:

Twenty amazing facts about voting in the United States

(0 comments)

2004-12-30:

Bryan Bird: Cardstacker

(0 comments)

QArcade

(0 comments)

Doom Funnel

(0 comments)

2004-12-28:

World of Warcraft: A collector's guide to small (non-combat) pets

(0 comments)

How to fix Mom's computer

(0 comments)

2004-12-27:

The Zeppelin Age: pulp era role-playing 1900-1940 (via long story)

(0 comments)

cleansoftware.org (via slashdot)

(0 comments)

Photo sequence of tsunami flooding in Phuket resort (via waxy)

(0 comments)

2004-12-24:

The second coming of Apple Computer

(0 comments)

When internet memes come home for Christmas: Santa Santa Santa Santa (via mefi)

(0 comments)

2004-12-23:

Ebert's best films of 2004 list

(0 comments)

The day Stitches attacked Goldshire

(0 comments)

Plush murlocs, a request

(0 comments)

2004-12-21:

This is good: Bollywood for the skeptical, an introduction to Bollywood (via bb)

(0 comments)

Kookin kidz, a flash game (via frykitty)

(0 comments)

Rate my kitten (via frykitty)

(0 comments)

Scared of Santa photo gallery

(0 comments)

Internet Explorer: the girlfriend from hell

(0 comments)

Disneyland memorial orgy (via waxy)

(0 comments)

News Flash: Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince on sale July 16th!!

(0 comments)

How the SciFi Channel wrecked my books by Ursula K. LeGuin

(0 comments)

2004-12-20:

Hard-to-find customer service phone numbers for Amazon and eBay (via vbb)

(0 comments)

The best web comics of 2004

(0 comments)

2004-12-15:

Bill Moyers: On receiving Harvard Medical School's Global Environment Citizen Award (via craig)

(0 comments)

On the virtues of idleness (via kottke)

(0 comments)

2004-12-13:

PubSub link ranks (via waxy)

(0 comments)

2004-12-10:

Google Suggest (via kottke

(0 comments)

2004-12-09:

Wow! A new Charlie and the Chocolate Factory film (via waxy)

(0 comments)

Mind hacks

(0 comments)

2004-12-08:

Choosing the Blue and Shopping Your Politics (via sennoma)

(1 comments)

Debs: a lesbian (?) spy thriller (via (0 comments)

ALIAS: The Lost Episode (via long story)

(0 comments)

Most overlooked films of the 1990s

(1 comments)

2004-12-03:

worldofwar.net

(0 comments)

Goblin Workshop

(0 comments)

World of Warcraft site at Allakhazam (including this handy zone level chart)

(0 comments)

abandonia.com — home of DOS abandonware (via waxy)

(0 comments)

Trailer for the new Dr. Who

(0 comments)

2004-11-30:

WoWWiki

(0 comments)

2004-11-24:

Dog nurses kittens

(0 comments)

Low approach photos (via dowingba)

(0 comments)

2004-11-23:

Anime Popeye (via mefi)

(0 comments)

The 50 best cover versions ever recorded

(1 comments)

2004-11-20:

Mom's Cancer, a comic strip

(0 comments)

2004-11-19:

The POW escape at Papago Park

(0 comments)

Curiosities of biological nomenclature

(0 comments)

Quiz: Are you a good speller?

(1 comments)

On the utility of Minneapolis-St. Paul as a base of operations for various well-known superheroes

(2 comments)

2004-11-18:

Buy Nothing Christmas '04 (via simplesubjects)

(0 comments)

Slacker Manager and Simple Subjects (via frykitty)

(1 comments)

Best. Strongbad. Ever.

(1 comments)

Tomorrowland: then and now (via scrubbles)

(0 comments)

Hey! Metafilter has turned on new user signups

(1 comments)

The 2.5 gigapixel photo (via mart)

(0 comments)

XXI — the handwritten portion, transcribed

(0 comments)

2004-11-17:

Lack of sleep tied to obesity (for real)

(0 comments)

2004-11-13:

Excellent: A companion to Brideshead Revisited

(0 comments)

The story of Brideshead Revisited

(0 comments)

Wikipedia: Et in Arcadia Ego

(0 comments)

Which Brideshead Revisited character are you? (via Lisa)

(1 comments)

Wikipedia article on Blackadder

(0 comments)

2004-11-12:

Dragon optical illusion — download the video (via matt)

(0 comments)

Audion 3 for Mac: now free! (via m. tsai)

(0 comments)

Specialty groceries in Portland

(0 comments)

Another reason to avoid video games (via nikchick)

(0 comments)

2004-11-09:

World of Warcraft open beta

(0 comments)

Tintin vs. Batman (via p. ruin)

(0 comments)

The Mauritius Campaign

(0 comments)

My blogger code: B9 d+ t+ k s- u f i+ o++ x-- e+ l- c--: what's yours?

(2 comments)

Make your own snowballs (for any day of the year)

(0 comments)

2004-11-07:

Simple pleasures in life

(0 comments)

2004-11-06:

Nancy Drew's father

(0 comments)

Filson: since 1897

(0 comments)

2004-11-05:

The hidden door company (via bb)

(0 comments)

2004-11-04:

Why Democrats Fail

(3 comments)

Beyond organic: making wise food choices begins near home

(0 comments)

No longer a Christian (via jenn)

(0 comments)

Purple America

(0 comments)

2004-11-03:

The Republic of Cascadia (via)

(0 comments)

Are concession speeches binding? (via askme)

(0 comments)

U.S. vote by church attendance

(1 comments)

Michael Moore and Ann Coulter aren't opposed to each other, they ARE each other (a short, good read)

(0 comments)

iLinkPod

(0 comments)

Mike Sterling's Progressive Ruin

(0 comments)

2004-10-31:

Gallery of stick figure warning signs (via mefi)

(0 comments)

Hope dies last

(0 comments)

Squirrely's Revenge

(0 comments)

Money Talks and Cat and Girl Do Good

(0 comments)

Free mp3s from 78rpm records (more here!) (via rivets)

(0 comments)

The Choice (via dowingba

(0 comments)

2004-10-30:

OMFG: Dungeon Majesty (for the D&D players out there)

(0 comments)

2004-10-29:

Was Darwin wrong?

(0 comments)

2004-10-28:

100 facts and 1 opinion

(0 comments)

The What I'm Reading link works again

(0 comments)

From bad to worse: this morning it smells like the skunk has died under the trailer. Ugh.

(0 comments)

Donnie Darko in his mind's eye

(0 comments)

The hobbit joins the human family tree (via kottke)

(0 comments)

2004-10-27:

Caseless casemod (via bb)

(0 comments)

Re-election remix: quest for a musical compilation

(0 comments)

2004-10-26:

Jerk was a doctor. Next time I let him die! (via metafilter)

(0 comments)

2004-10-22:

Errol Morris: Election 2004 ads

(0 comments)

OCTOBER 22 IS INTERNATIONAL CAPS LOCK DAY

(1 comments)

Stranger takes over Georgia woman's house

(0 comments)

Fellowship 9/11 (via metafilter)

(0 comments)

The world's first single-atom thick fabric (via slashdot)

(0 comments)

The latest from Mike Allred: a comic-book adaptation of The Book of Mormon (via bookslut)

(0 comments)

Trailer for Revenge of the Sith coming with The Incredibles (via MacMinute)

(0 comments)

The Fool and His Money: a game (via macworld)

(0 comments)

2004-10-20:

Federal Writers Project: Oregon interviews

(0 comments)

Clackamas County genealogy resources

(0 comments)

WPA Life Stories (Portland area)

(0 comments)

Clampdown on photographer's rights in New York City (via matt)

(0 comments)

2004-10-19:

What if George W. Bush had been elected President?

(0 comments)

World Wide Words

(0 comments)

Jimmy Carter's Crisis of Confidence speech (via Jeff)

(0 comments)

TV-B-GONE

(0 comments)

2004-10-18:

The story of a neighborhood that fought METRO

(0 comments)

The Oak Grove Tour

(0 comments)

Pixie Land and the Pixie Kitchen — Oregon history

(1 comments)

2004-10-17:

Fans outraged at new character in ROTK extended edition

(1 comments)

Star Wars: The Changes

(0 comments)

2004-10-15:

Forgotten Futures: the Scientific Romance role-playing game

(1 comments)

2004-10-13:

THE cruise for Denise

(0 comments)

God is NOT a Republican. (Or a Democrat.) (via airbag)

(0 comments)

Comparing the 50 states' combined state and local tax burdens in 2003

(0 comments)

The Sales Tax Clearinghouse

(0 comments)

The Appliance Blog (via jack bog)

(0 comments)

2004-10-12:

Tortilla art (via mimi)

(0 comments)

Stumptown Confidential

(0 comments)

2004-10-11:

I'm having problems with Mailsmith's speed; I'm not the only one

(0 comments)

The Onion's Election Guide 2004

(0 comments)

Fisher — a fine band with free downloads

(0 comments)

Catan Online (which joins Cosmic Encounter Online)

(0 comments)

SPAMologue

(0 comments)

AskMe: What is the cheapest you could still live and maintain a fairly normal lifestyle?

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New airships! (via mefi)

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2004-10-10:

Nostalgia science

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Ars Technica gets a makeover

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U.S. Census Quickfacts (via mac)

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Multnomah Country Library book sale

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2004-10-09:

CRAZY biking videos (check out the NYC drag race in HEAVY traffic)

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From the Voters Pamphlet: Measure 36 - Arguments in Favor: bile and hate sabotaged by merry pranksters

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2004-10-08:

A die-hard PC user tries a Mac for a month (via slashdot)

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Why everything you know about Murphy's Law is wrong (via sennoma)

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2004-10-06:

How to print from Windows to a shared Mac printer (for Jeremy)

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Funny SNL Harry Potter skit

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Unintended Consequences of Cheney's dot-com vs. dot-org Debate Goof

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An Aubrey-Maturin chronology

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2004-10-04:

How Berkeley can you be?

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Homicide: Life on the Streets crossovers and multiverse explored

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2004-10-03:

The thirty-six dramatic situations

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The 36 plots of role playing games (via kottke)

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Bill Gates: "That Malware Thing Is So Bad

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Nasty days are here (via long story)

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2004-10-02:

How do you run a convention on a record of failure?

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How Bush Did (with comments)

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Akira Kurosawa action figures (via antipixel)

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One thousand words

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2004-10-01:

Review: juvenile felus catus (via slashdot, believe it or not)

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"You forgot Poland."

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Thrilling Adventures

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2004-09-30:

One million free and legal music downloads (via long story)

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I hate to say it, but I may be voting for Nader

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National Association of Comics Art Educators (via rawdon)

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Fat Fingers — find typos and misspellings on eBay

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Stop buying food — become a freegan (via bb)

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What a top reporter in Baghdad really thinks about the war...

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Ben Folds lyrics database

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2004-09-29:

Bush's hometown newspaper endorses Kerry

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The unfeeling President

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Is science fiction about to go blind?

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Avengers: Disassembled

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How to cost Microsoft money (via vbb)

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2004-09-28:

VLC — the cross-platform media player and streaming server

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2004-09-27:

For whatever reason: "...The easiest and best solution to the Windows security problem is not to use Windows at all."

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Bush is evil (mp3) (via vbb)

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Internet wandering monster table (via making light)

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2004-09-26:

Abandoned boy raised by dog (via bb)

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Fortunecat (via rivets)

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2004-09-24:

The official God FAQ

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The Quantum Sleeper

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Bugs photoshopped into everyday objects (via bb)

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2004-09-23:

WaltonCube (via nick)

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An explanation of cricket (via kottke)

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Origami insects (via bb)

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Transformers: A History (via memepool)

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2004-09-22:

How to build a universe that doesn't fall apart two days later

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The Last Starfighter, the Musical (via the entire damn blogosphere)

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Rocinha (via long story)

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2004-09-21:

Visual Thesauraus (via consider design)

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2004-09-19:

Great annotated books

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2004-09-17:

I have six gmail invitations available. If you want one, drop me a line (or leave a comment).

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The situation in Iraq is far graver than Vietnam

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2004-09-16:

Use amazon.com to find library books! (via 43 folders)

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First review of Jeunet's A Very Long Engagement (based on a book Kris loved)

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2004-09-15:

Project Small Family (via frykitty)

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Philip Greenspun's weblog

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2004-09-14:

Blade Runner's brilliance

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CliffsNotes, available on-line for free

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Dark Tower, on-line

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Daring Fireball on BBEdit 8

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64 = 65 (via planetdan)

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Planetdan's senior photo collection

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Interview with Gene Ray, discoverer of the Tiime Cube

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Time Cube: the Card Game

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2004-09-13:

Another day in Baghdad

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Trailers for everyday life

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2004-09-10:

Digital blasphemy

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The Elizabethan placename generator

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The amazing cat collection

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2004-09-09:

Cooking for Engineers

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A six-pound hamburger

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2004-09-08:

Once Upon a Dime (via Dana)

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OMFG! Best. Flotch. Ever. GW sings U2's "Sunday Bloody Sunday" (via waxy, of course) [local mirror]

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The REAL Olympic Games (via nate)

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Are you scared yet?

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A theology of robots

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Gernot Katzer's spice pages

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2004-09-07:

The Women Men Don't See

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2004-09-03:

Now THAT'S a chop saw (via kottke)

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What hit the Pentagon on 9/11? (via jerm)

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The Petting Zoo (not for kids)

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Cher's hexadecimal clock

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Teleportation is closer than you think — for real (via dowingba)

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Axis of Eve

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2004-09-02:

World beard and moustache championships (via hivelogic)

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2004-08-31:

Bacon of the Month Club

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2004-08-30:

Charts all over the world (again, via rivets)

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Anti-spyware resources (via rivets)

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Fine ceramic George W Bush yard gnomes (via rivets)

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zombo.com (via rivets)

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From the archives: The best page in the universe

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Top Gun is as gay as you are (also: on the subject of Frodo and Samwise)

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Classic movie scripts

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Every millennium has its hero

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2004-08-29:

Epson announces advanced model of world's lightest micro-flying robot (via long story)

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2004-08-27:

Olympic transcript: 800 meter sideways cobblestick shuttlerun (via waxy)

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2004-08-26:

Thrilling Days of Yesteryear, a weblog

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The sad truth about cats and dogs, or The worst job in the world

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Hamster-powered night light

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Dowingba effectively summarizes the problem with Linux

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2004-08-25:

Star Wars vs. Special Edition vs. Star Wars 2004 screen capture comparisons

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Logan's Run remake weblog

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Sci-Fi Storm: Your Source For Science Fiction News

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Weboggle

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There si a Convention going on nearby

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A lot of photos of kittens

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2004-08-24:

Ed Hume's gardening information archive

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OSU Extension Service gardening information

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The Gimli Glider incident

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2004-08-23:

Letterpress: 'Among the most complex mechanical devices ever mass-produced' (via long stor)

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Memory and Manipulation: the trials of Elizabeth Loftus, defender of the wrongly accused (via kottke)

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Pixelfield

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God makes the rules

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Browse Happy

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Real life vs. the Internet (HEE-larious)

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The great meat-shake experiment (via waxy)

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'Stairway to Heaven' in the style of famous composers (via waxy)

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2004-08-10:

Mr. Sun!

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List of self-referential songs (via kottke)

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2004-08-09:

Koko the gorilla calls for a dentist (via Dave)

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2004-08-06:

Search ALL the Seinfeld scripts...

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2004-08-05:

25 years of the Brown sisters — a photo gallery (via everyone)

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Timeline of terror alerts

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Tech '54, Where Are You?: living with old technology (via bb)

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Lovechess

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Lost bands of the New Wave era

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Where most women spend their mental lives...

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Dishpan Dribble, circa 1769

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2004-08-02:

How to Be Creative

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Peasant's Questburnination!

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Copy, Right?

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Stereogum

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Spyware Warrior

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2004-07-30:

Amazon Kneejerk Contrarian Game web applet!

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2004-07-29:

Swiss Army knife with USB storage (via kottke)

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Men, women, and the fear of power tools (via making light)

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Blondestar

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i-am-bored-com

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Tijuana Bibles (via scrubbles) — warning: not Bibles, and likely to offend many of you

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The ever-entertaining Mirons present: The Wine Tasting

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2004-07-28:

The Ultimate Hard Rock Song

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George Lucas, prophet?

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Common practices among CSS gurus' blogs (via waxy)

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2004-07-27:

Top 100 this-and-thats of the 20th century

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Free speech: use it or lose it (via caterina)

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Dead bug funeral kit (via mefi)

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2004-07-26:

tobaccoreviews.com

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The Revenge of the Sith

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What if Internet Explorer were to lose in the end? (via kottke)

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Excellent AskMe thread on pipe smoking

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2004-07-22:

Yes, I've seen This Land. Yes, it's funny. Here's the link. Go away! :) (via Jeremy, and the rest of the world)

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2004-07-21:

Jimmy Olsen Adventures (via bb)

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Electoral vote predictor (via kottke)

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2004-07-20:

Whole Foods (via the usual suspects)

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2004-07-19:

U.S. National Memory Championship (via Nick)

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Together For the First Time: a short bit about the decline of comics

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Future Milwaukie MAX Line

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2004-07-16:

Zen and the Art of Motorcycle maintenance photographs (via mefi)

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2004-07-14:

Micro-Héros

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2004-07-13:

What if Marvel masterworked the Bronze Age?

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The Marve Comics reprints page

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The DC chronology project

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The Marvel chronology project

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The second-stringers of Marvel Comics

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The Silver Age Marvel Comics Cover Index

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2004-07-12:

Any foldedspace readers want to loan me some money? (via waxy)

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Emergency fathering

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Michael Moore documents Fahrenheit 9/11

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Little Fluffy Industries (via long story)

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2004-07-11:

The dots never existed

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2004-07-10:

Morrisey dance (via mefi)

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2004-07-09:

Making homemade soda pop (via memepool)

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Howtoons (via memepool)

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GURPS Lite, Fourth Edition (2mb PDF)

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Everything's twice as big as we think it is

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How to memorize stuff

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Frequently asked questions about adding a zombie to your fantasy baseball team

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The incredibly evil machine — very funny (flash required)

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Tintinesque, a Tintin weblog

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2004-07-08:

Anchorman one of the ten funniest films ever forged?

(1 comments)

50 best rock intros (via rivets)

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2004-07-07:

Lego Spider-Man 2

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Modern Language Association language map

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Finding good stuff with Google

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The evolution of Western thinking about nature

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Justice League by way of My Little Pony (via making light)

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Disease trading cards (via lyd)

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No circles (flash required)

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Humanzee?!?

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Tales of Wonder

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Pedestrian caught in car crash (video) (via waxy)

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Gentleman's Emporium (via long story)

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2004-07-02:

This AskMe thread on nuclear war is a good read, and yields a MeFi thread on the same subject, and a link to Protect and Survive

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The Godfather passes on...

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2004-06-29:

Transcript to the first half of Fahrenheit 9/11 (via waxy)

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2004-06-28:

Spider Man 2 reviews are positively glowing

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2004-06-25:

The Alphabet Zoo (via waxy)

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2004-06-24:

This is great: Fiona Apple's Extraordinary Machine (via waxy)

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The driver, I found out later, was drunk, from Texas, and had only one arm (via waxy)

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2004-06-23:

Integrating cellular phones with Macs

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2004-06-21:

House in Progress, a weblog

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2004-06-17:

Slushkiller, an article on rejection slips for writers

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2004-06-16:

Introducing Lynn's own weblog: Rhetorical Frippery

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Oprah helps Anna Karenina to top of best-seller list

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Blog readers defy stereotypes (via pb)

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Sciene made stupid

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2004-06-15:

Even Fox News likes Fahrenheit 9/11

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A brief primer on black pepper

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More animal intelligence: bird brains (via j-walk)

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I can't drive 55 (via cruel)

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The Map Room: a weblog about maps

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Introducing: Kellan Lee Oakes

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U.S. concrete would cover Ohio

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2004-06-14:

The particles of Star Trek (via long story)

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Clackamas County properties unfit for use because they were formerly used for the manufacture of illegal drugs (via clackablog)

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2004-06-12:

The Martha Ballard web site (for Kris, Aimee, Amy Jo, Gwen, and many more) (via mefi)

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2004-06-10:

Turn your PC into a Mac (via bb)

(1 comments)

Dogs understand language (via Dave)

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740,000-year-old Antarctic ice core

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Ten foods you should never eat (via anil again)

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MT Photo Gallery, a plug-in for Moveable Type (via anil)

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2004-06-09:

FavIcons from Pics (via anil)

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Social Security Administration's list of baby names

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2004-06-08:

Herman Melville tells a joke (via long story)

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Can cats get high from eating frogs?

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The 50 coolest song parts (via mefi)

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2004-06-07:

Airport Express wireless music solution

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2004-06-04:

Lebowski Fest 2004

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Implosion World

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2004-06-03:

Co-opting God for the Bush campaign (via Chuck Currie)

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The further adventures of Scrooge the cat

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2004-06-02:

Best of cragislist — funny, funny, funny

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Soccer chants across the Anabaptist divide (via timberlog)

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Farenheit 9/11 in theaters on June 25th

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2004-06-01:

A beginner's guide to cigars

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Which pre-1985 video game character are you? (via scrubbles)

(3 comments)

Proof that God hates soccer (via waxy)

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Geek DIY

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2004-05-28:

Widescreen wins! (via dowingba)

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Lewis and Clark (and What Else Happened), a weblog

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2004-05-27:

Generic names for soft drinks (by county) (via mefi)

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From the archives: Taste tribes

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2004-05-26:

Library of Alexandria discovered

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New York Times reporting on WMDs used same shoddy info as Bush Administration

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Crash Testing: MINI Cooper vs. Ford F150

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The worst $3,000 I've ever spent

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2004-05-21:

Impossible objects

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The Joy Luck Fight Club

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Inquisitor

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The Blog of Death

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John Manshaft action dolls

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2004-05-20:

For Kris: What's that flower? Try Robin's Flower Finder, USDA Plants Database, or this wildflower identification program (via AskMe)

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Feline medical curiosities (via mefi)

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2004-05-19:

HyperEdit for OS X (via what do i know)

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Johnny Doe's awesome post: Are we a Christian nation?

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SAVE THE CARBS!

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At last: Homestar Runner Wiki

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2004-05-18:

Hobo terminology

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Best. Weblog. Ever.: Abbie the Cat has a posse

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Daily reason to dispatch bush (via mefi)

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The internet guide to freighter travel

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Evilfinder

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The Star Wars helmet archive

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2004-05-17:

Drive the Chevy to the Levee (a great story from Defective Yeti)

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How much is inside mixed nuts?

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eBay: 300 pictures of my cat burned to a CD

(2 comments)

Color blender

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Quiz: Which Princess Bride character are you? (via lizbet)

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Must read: Stalking the Bogeyman: Coming to grips with the killer inside me (via waxy)

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2004-05-14:

Surprise! The RIAA claim of lost sales is false

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A failing grade for Friends (via waxy)

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P-p-p-powerbook (with lots more at MeFi)

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From the archives: The Stained Apron

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2004-05-13:

The ElectriClerk (for Dana)

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The 25 most difficult questions you'll be asked on a job interview

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Common or famous names that are verbs (via rivets)

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Gross Anatomy, a meta medicine weblog

(0 comments)

Interview with the Vatican astronomer (via slashdot)

(1 comments)

Music made on a Gameboy (via memepool)

(0 comments)

2004-05-12:

Airphibian airplane (via Dave)

(1 comments)

Learn how to identify the visual character of an historic building

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Old house resources

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Ian Evan's World of Old Houses

(0 comments)

What are historic colors?

(0 comments)

Old House Journal on-line

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2004-05-11:

Controlling old house maintenance (PDF)

(0 comments)

The QWERTY Myth

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Fun and Games from The Philosophers' Magazine Online (including What is God?, The Personal Identity Game, and Shakespeare vs. Britney Spears: What is Art?)

(0 comments)

Top baby names of 2003

(0 comments)

LOTR furniture (via bb)

(1 comments)

The top 25 weirdest items you can purchase through Amazon (via rivets)

(0 comments)

Worst romance novel covers of 2003, including this gem (via scrubbles)

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2004-05-10:

Baby's named a bad bad thing (via Rawdon)

(0 comments)

ACME Novelty Archive, archiving Chris Ware's work (via waxy)

(0 comments)

2004-05-06:

Who owns the noosphere?

(0 comments)

2004-05-05:

Paper clip art

(0 comments)

From the archives: A list of fictional cats

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2004-05-04:

Oh so funny: bad Scrabble hands (via kottke)

(0 comments)

Star Wars Galaxies economy, analyzed (via anil)

(1 comments)

Even an anti-war zealot like me can be moved by Pat Tillman's story when it's told without pap

(0 comments)

Fantastic, adventurous, and mysterious Victoriana

(0 comments)

2004-05-03:

Kamandi's world (a map)

(0 comments)

The Warlord chronology index

(0 comments)

The annotated League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (for Nate, Lynn, and Joel)

(3 comments)

The Wold Newton Universe

(0 comments)

Kris' inquest testimony (in RealAudio)

(0 comments)

Tool use in animals (via MeFi)

(0 comments)

2004-04-30:

The Decemberists in PDX 5/27 (via Paul C.) — also, Decemberists swag

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2004-04-29:

A re-re-post: Comics worth reading

(0 comments)

Er...Action Girl is actually pretty cool, even for non-comics fans (via Dana)

(0 comments)

Slow Wave, a comic strip

(0 comments)

Jonathan Lethem: My Marvel Years (via waxy)

(0 comments)

2004-04-28:

Confessions of a Long-Distance Sailor

(0 comments)

An Island to Oneself

(0 comments)

I gave my cat an enema

(0 comments)

Japanese train chimes (via the enitre internet, it seems)

(0 comments)

2004-04-22:

Dowingba's group, Mozeba, is actually very good — go buy something

(1 comments)

Tolkien's Silmarillion in 1000 words

(0 comments)

Gone & Forgotten (via Dana, indirectly) — including the lame lame lame Legion of Superpets

(5 comments)

2004-04-21:

Web standards == Marxism (via lyd)

(2 comments)

Stalin vs. Hitler (via memepool)

(0 comments)

Strongbad 101!

(0 comments)

From the archives: Bob the Angry Flower's quick guide to the apostrophe

(0 comments)

From the archives: The future of adventure

(0 comments)

From the archives: Once upon a classic

(0 comments)

2004-04-19:

Easter in Fallujahharrowing (via frykitty)

(0 comments)

The City Mouse and the Country Mouse

(0 comments)

2004-04-17:

The Sea of Eyeballs (via Jeremy)

(0 comments)

Khaaannn!!! (via waxy)

(0 comments)

From the archives: 5k haiku

(0 comments)

2004-04-16:

From the archives: General Motors' destruction of the California Transit System

(0 comments)

The Peeps challenge: 100 Peeps!

(0 comments)

2004-04-15:

Jesus Christ: Choose your own savior

(2 comments)

2004-04-14:

The Gashlycrumb Tinies (for Tiffany)

(0 comments)

Thorax cake

(0 comments)

Video-game skills may give edge in life

(0 comments)

2004-04-13:

Scalia's goon squad (via VBB)

(0 comments)

John Forester, effective cyclist

(0 comments)

Comics worth reading

(1 comments)

Fixed: A rant from Tammy with which I agree 100%

(1 comments)

From the archives: the Beach Pneumatic Subway

(0 comments)

2004-04-12:

Where Dungeons and Dragons fails video games

(0 comments)

2004 Hugo nominees

(0 comments)

Once more, with hobbits (via Metafilter)

(0 comments)

Skin brushing

(0 comments)

Film snobbery: part one and part two (via scrubbles)

(0 comments)

2004-04-11:

One trilogy to rule them all (via Dana)

(1 comments)

2004-04-10:

National budget simulation game

(0 comments)

2004-04-09:

From the archives: The future we were promised

(0 comments)

How my sister treated me when I was mentally ill

(0 comments)

2004-04-07:

spring summer fall winter ...and spring

(0 comments)

Wooden monitors, keyboards, and mice (via rivets)

(0 comments)

Classic Gamer Magazine (via bb)

(0 comments)

100 web sites you didn't know you couldn't live without (via bb)

(0 comments)

Mr. Landslide's neighborhood (via The Institution)

(0 comments)

Smart people believe weird things (via Dana)

(0 comments)

2004-04-06:

The Kingdom of Loathing

(0 comments)

Lyrics to Poe's "Haunted" album

(0 comments)

2004-04-04:

The Doom comic book

(0 comments)

2004-04-03:

Amazon World

(0 comments)

Album covers redrawn from memory in MS Paint

(0 comments)

2004-03-31:

Beginners' guide to cricket (via More Like This)

(0 comments)

Web sites that contain collections that are copyright free (via kottke)

(0 comments)

Air America Radio (for dowingba)

(3 comments)

New wave hits as lullabies

(0 comments)

2004-03-28:

The Passivator

(0 comments)

A graphical history of baseball (via j-walk)

(0 comments)

Nazi and East German propoganda guide

(0 comments)

Preparing the final meals of death row inmates (via waxy)

(0 comments)

Play Infocom adventures online for free (via waxy)

(0 comments)

The Trixie Update, for new parents (via Mefi)

(0 comments)

Action Comics #1, online for free (via memepool)

(0 comments)

Reflectoporn comes to eBay (via memepool)

(0 comments)

2004-03-26:

Ten worst album covers of all time (via bb)

(0 comments)

Extreme unicycling (via j-walk)

(0 comments)

Four-eared cat (via Tiffany)

(0 comments)

2004-03-25:

The Tao of Dreams

(0 comments)

RANT: Cheap cheeseburgers (via lyd)

(0 comments)

Scott the blue bunny (via lyd)

(0 comments)

Awesome: One-legged Dance Dance Revolution (via lyd)

(0 comments)

Harry Potter books: another superb reason to pull your precious children out of public schools (via rivets)

(0 comments)

100 movies that deserve more love (via kottke)

(0 comments)

bubble gum machine (via)

(0 comments)

Second-hand suicide: an entirely true story (via)

(0 comments)

Mr. Peanut cartoons (via)

(0 comments)

2004-03-24:

Masturbation hall of fame (via)

(0 comments)

The grade school quiz (via)

(2 comments)

2004-03-22:

Thundarr the Barbarian role-playing game (via Dana)

(0 comments)

2004-03-20:

How to recreate your iTunes library and playlists (for disaster recovery)

(3 comments)

Cthulu Chick tract (via bb)

(0 comments)

3/20: healthfitness.com.au

(0 comments)

3/20: Record stores: "We're fine, thanks!"

(0 comments)

3/20: The Prelinger Archives

(0 comments)

3/20: The Hilton sisters, San Antonio's Siamese twins (via)

(0 comments)

3/20: His Dark Materials discussion/debate

(0 comments)

2004-03-19:

3/19: The World of Warcraft beta has begun

(1 comments)

2004-03-18:

3/18: Little Rascals

(0 comments)

2004-03-16:

3/16: Strong Bad's 100th (for real this time)

(0 comments)

2004-03-15:

3/15: The Brick Testament

(0 comments)

3/15: Stupid fucking liberal (via caterina)

(0 comments)

3/15: How to write an eBay auction listing

(0 comments)

3/15: How to make eBay selling a painless experience

(0 comments)

3/15: Fighting comment spam (via Matt)

(2 comments)

2004-03-12:

3/12: Kris' version of the Texas Sheet Cake Incident (in her very own weblog, which will probably never be used again)

(0 comments)

3/12: The Texas Sheet Cake Incident, bonus foldedspace elsewhere...

(0 comments)

3/12: Michael Jackson's Thriller redone in Legos (via waxy)

(0 comments)

3/12: Why aren't animals solar powered?

(0 comments)

3/12: Underweird: strange news from the world underwater (via MeFi)

(0 comments)

3/12: Random Law and Order plot generator (via Metafilter)

(0 comments)

3/12: Your computer is dirtier than a toilet

(0 comments)

2004-03-11:

3/12: Careful with that microwave popcorn

(1 comments)

3/12: A list of creativity and innovation resources (via Metafilter)

(0 comments)

3/11: How much is inside ramen?

(0 comments)

3/11: Where's my refund?

(0 comments)

3/11: Pure energy

(1 comments)

2004-03-10:

3/11: George Michael is getting out of the music business, will provide future songs online for free

(0 comments)

3/10: Ask Ming

(0 comments)

3/10: Chris Rock's old cell phone (via waxy)

(1 comments)

3/10: Lowlife miscreants get sued (via Metafilter)

(0 comments)

3/10: Funny eBay auction — read description

(0 comments)

2004-03-09:

3/9: Yorkshire couple named child Diot Coke — in 1379 (via VBB)

(0 comments)

3/9: The web is killing the printed encyclopedia

(0 comments)

2004-03-08:

3/9: Typewriter art (via Bifurcated Rivets)

(0 comments)

3/8: Games in the Infocom z-machine format

(0 comments)

3/8: Zoom, an OS X engine for Infocom adventures

(0 comments)

3/8: from eBay: Janet and Justin half-time show dolls

(0 comments)

2004-03-07:

3/7: NOW do you believe I'm Clark Kent? (via waxy.org)

(1 comments)

3/7: Poke around in the Bush

(0 comments)

3/7: From the archives: All-time box office (adjusted gross)

(1 comments)

2004-03-05:

3/5: Jesus saves (dogs)

(0 comments)

3/5: The ghostly salt city beneath Detroit

(1 comments)

2004-03-04:

3/4: Far side cartoons made real

(0 comments)

3/4: A Princess of Mars movie?

(0 comments)

2004-03-03:

3/4: Love cats

(0 comments)

3/4: Separate the balls (a game)

(0 comments)

3/3: Gene Wolfe's rules for writers

(0 comments)

3/3: Kitten photos

(0 comments)

2004-03-02:

3/2: God hates shrimp

(0 comments)

3/2: Johnny Highwaycone, pioneeer of the American transportation system

(0 comments)

3/2: Marriage constitutionally defined as between man and woman, or two hot women

(1 comments)

3/2: Burning money (and Slashdot discussion)

(0 comments)

2004-03-01:

3/1: Fish from the deep

(0 comments)

3/1: The Manly Scale of Absolute Gender

(0 comments)

2004-02-28:

2/28: Playing with time

(0 comments)

2/28: Dogmeat

(0 comments)

2/28: Back to Babylon gospel CD collection

(0 comments)

2/28: Defend Biblical Marriage

(0 comments)

2/28: Better health through better lifestyle

(0 comments)

2/28: The Simple Living Network

(0 comments)

2/28: If the Lord of the Rings had been written by Ayn Rand

(0 comments)

2004-02-26:

2/27: The luxury of ignorance: an open source horror story (and the Slashdot thread)

(1 comments)

2/26: State of the union, remixed (via Paul J.)

(0 comments)

2004-02-25:

2/25: Awesome trailer for futuristic film (via The Kingdom of Squirrels)

(0 comments)

2/25: God's in the movie business (via Very Big Blog)

(0 comments)

2004-02-24:

2/24: The Acutest Ear in Paris (via Andrew Parker)

(0 comments)

2/24: Elmore Leonard's rules of writing

(0 comments)

2004-02-23:

2/23: The Last Expression: Art and Auschwitz

(0 comments)

2/23: Modestly hot my eye

(1 comments)

2/23: You Are What You Eat

(0 comments)

2004-02-21:

2/21: Attack of the Gay Agenda (via ambivalent.us)

(1 comments)

2004-02-19:

2/20: The tragedy of Colin Powell: how the Bush presidency destroyed him

(0 comments)

2/20: Tests suggest link between anger, smoking

(0 comments)

2/19: How the SUV ran over the auto-industry

(1 comments)

2/19: The Lord of the Rings, condensed

(0 comments)

2/19: Galumpia XXX non-pornographic images

(1 comments)

2004-02-18:

2/19: Learn Writing With Uncle Jim

(0 comments)

2/18: Build reputation, avoid credit

(0 comments)

2/18: An interview with Ursula LeGuin

(1 comments)

2004-02-17:

2/17: Got some time? Movie scripts: Harold and Maude and Network

(1 comments)

2/17: Firehouse.com stories of 9/11

(0 comments)

2/17: Adtunes.com

(0 comments)

2/17: Amazon reviews from Henry Raddick (via sennoma)

(0 comments)

2/17: Missing for 14 years, teen finds himself on the internet

(0 comments)

2/17: Amazon glitch unmasks war of reviewers (NYT reg required)

(1 comments)

2004-02-16:

2/16: Journal of a schizophrenic

(0 comments)

2/16: Friends: the most overrated comedy ever

(0 comments)

2004-02-15:

2/15: Baseball Primer — for the thinking fan

(0 comments)

2/15: Periodic Table of Blogs

(0 comments)

2/15: Coming soon to DVD: Six Feet Under, Season Two (6/8); Homicide: Life on the Streets, Season Four (3/30); and Freaks and Geeks — The Complete Series (4/6)

(0 comments)

2/15: Dream anatomy

(0 comments)

2/14: How much is inside conversation hearts?

(0 comments)

2004-02-13:

2/13: When encountering a STOP sign

(0 comments)

2004-02-12:

2/13: Society for the extermination of Ewoks

(0 comments)

2/12: Thanks for the memories

(0 comments)

2/12: Monkeydiving

(0 comments)

2/12: Bush vs. Kerry, the war record

(0 comments)

2/12: 100 funniest jokes of all time

(0 comments)

2/12: D&D stats for Democratic Presidential candidates

(0 comments)

2/12: Bush readies for war with China by buying world's entire supply of chopsticks!

(0 comments)

2004-02-11:

2/11: WordPress, an alternate CMS (via dowingba)

(0 comments)

2/11: Animal social complexity

(0 comments)

2004-02-10:

2/10: Star Wars trilogy (and Master and Commnder) coming to DVD

(4 comments)

2/10: Getting the most out of classical music on the iPod

(0 comments)

2/10: smartplaylists.com

(0 comments)

2004-02-09:

2/9: Hobbit love

(0 comments)

2/9: Parasite Pals

(0 comments)

2/9: The American Chesterton Society

(0 comments)

2004-02-08:

2/9: A follow-up: The fabulous kingdom of gay animals

(0 comments)

2/8: Requiem for a packrat (~5m of photos)

(0 comments)

2/8: On the implausibility of the Death Star's trash compactor

(2 comments)

2/8: The Beatles are coming!

(0 comments)

2/8: The Museum of Jurassic Technology

(0 comments)

2/8: Where can you see lions? Only in Kenya!

(0 comments)

2004-02-07:

2/7: Gay penguins

(0 comments)

2/7: Quotes from either President of the United States George W. Bush or Senator/Chncellor/Emperor Palpatine from the Star Wars movies

(0 comments)

2004-02-06:

2/6: Kisses that matter

(0 comments)

2/6: Moving your MT installation to a new server or web host

(1 comments)

2/6: Movable Type-friendly web hosts

(2 comments)

2004-02-05:

2/5: A collection of photography tutorials

(0 comments)

2/5: Biography of Edgar Rice Burroughs

(0 comments)

2004-02-04:

2/5: Students for an Orwellian societygreat site (via Dana)

(0 comments)

2/4: Alternative valentines cards

(0 comments)

2/4: Snowman porn — visit at your own risk

(0 comments)

2/4: Remembrance of books past

(0 comments)

2004-02-03:

2/3: Strange eBay auction found while I was looking for Tarzan books

(0 comments)

2/3: Uncensored all-nude teen stick figures

(0 comments)

2004-01-30:

1/30: The Museum of Fred

(0 comments)

2004-01-29:

1/30: Google vs. Booble

(0 comments)

1/30: The Giving Couch

(0 comments)

1/30: Balldroppingssimply amazing

(1 comments)

1/29: Free college-level courses on the web (via mart)

(1 comments)

2004-01-28:

1/29: Roger Ebert: They got it right!

(0 comments)

1/28: Hawkeye loft management system

(1 comments)

1/28: The uniqueness of the Holocaust

(1 comments)

2004-01-27:

1/27: Minor attrocities of the twentieth century

(0 comments)

1/27: 2003 Razzie Award nominations

(0 comments)

1/27: cocoadev.com

(0 comments)

1/27: The federal budget using Oreo cookies

(1 comments)

2004-01-25:

1/25: World's smallest bible

(2 comments)

1/25: Ten mistakes writers don't see

(0 comments)

1/25: That McDonalds food can kill you

(0 comments)

2004-01-23:

1/23: Voices from the days of slavery (more great stuff)

(0 comments)

1/23: Free after rebate

(0 comments)

1/23: Friggin' Awesome! Hey Ya, Charlie Brown

(2 comments)

1/23: Best photographs of 2003

(0 comments)

2004-01-22:

1/22: The Lord of the Rings: The Role-Playing Game

(0 comments)

1/22: Bizarre images created by a cheap digital camera

(0 comments)

1/22: I have a question about Episode III

(0 comments)

1/22: Taste tribes (via Malice Aforethought)

(0 comments)

1/22: Nicole Lindroos, Bird Killer

(0 comments)

2004-01-21:

1/20: How to record records and tapes to your hard drive

(0 comments)

1/20: 50s woman

(0 comments)

1/20: George W Bush and the real state of the Union (via Dana)

(0 comments)

1/20: Aviation Explorer list of Boeing accidents

(0 comments)

2004-01-20:

1/20: F*** the Nazis, says Churchill's parrot

(0 comments)

1/20: One-hit wonder central

(0 comments)

1/20: Barcode clock

(0 comments)

2004-01-19:

1/19: Class struggle now, please (from ftrain)

(0 comments)

1/19: Full to Bursting (from I, Asshole)

(0 comments)

1/19: How to flaunt your Star Wars obsession with your car

(0 comments)

1/19: An illustrated guide to American robot sumo (via Dave)

(0 comments)

2004-01-18:

1/18: Does anyone else remember the Bon Jovi-esque The Unforgiven?

(2 comments)

2004-01-17:

1/17: iPod sound quality web page

(1 comments)

2004-01-16:

1/16: What would Jesus do?

(0 comments)

2004-01-15:

1/15: The Wal-Mart you don't know

(0 comments)

2004-01-14:

1/14: Bob, the door-to-door spammer

(0 comments)

2004-01-12:

1/12: SharpReader RSS aggregator for Windows

(0 comments)

1/12: Friendship favors pricesheet

(1 comments)

1/12: Ye find yeself in yon dungeon

(0 comments)

1/12: My cat Annie

(0 comments)

2004-01-11:

1/11: from the archives: Space age pop

(0 comments)

1/11: 58 letters about Herbalife

(0 comments)

1/11: Playing dead

(0 comments)

1/11: Historic find is an old garden patio

(0 comments)

1/11: How to lose your job in talk radio

(0 comments)

1/10: Java-based zip code map

(0 comments)

2004-01-10:

1/10: Limecat is not happy

(1 comments)

2004-01-09:

1/9: Richcam

(0 comments)

1/9: Why is the standard paper size in the U.S. 8-1/2 x 11?

(0 comments)

1/9: The Decline of Fashion Photography: an argument in pictures

(0 comments)

1/9: Marginalia and other crimes and the related Metafilter discussion

(0 comments)

2004-01-08:

1/9: Lord of the Rhymes

(0 comments)

1/9: In particular, check out these nominees for best post

(0 comments)

1/9: Intelligent weblog awards

(1 comments)

1/8: iLife '04 Up-to-Date program

(0 comments)

1/8: Friends foil Olympia man's home

(0 comments)

2004-01-06:

1/7: Prepare to feel the sting of the Homestarmy

(0 comments)

1/6: Clutter for iTunes

(0 comments)

1/6: from the archives: Legal handbook for photographers

(0 comments)

1/6: A guide to the interactive fiction archive

(0 comments)

1/6: from the archives: Etiquette Hell

(0 comments)

1/4: Explaining the Justice League to a kid

(0 comments)

1/6: The indexed Star Wars trilogy

(0 comments)

2004-01-02:

1/2: Pat Robertson: God says it's Bush in 2004

(0 comments)

1/2: This is awesome: Movie City News' Critics' Top 10, Critics' Bottom 10, and Awards Scorecard

(1 comments)

1/2: A Very Long Engagement

(0 comments)

1/2: Second known extant photograph of Emily Dickinson auctioned on eBay

(0 comments)

1/2: from the archives: Andromeda, personal mp3 streaming

(0 comments)

1/2: Destroy the apostrophe!

(0 comments)

1/2: Best goat cheeses of the year

(0 comments)

1/2: Disposophobia

(0 comments)

1/2: Feeding Frenzy

(0 comments)

2003-12-30:

12/30: How to prolong lithium-based battery life

(0 comments)

2003-12-29:

12/29: THE GOOD GUYS WIN!

(0 comments)

12/29: Listening to the year's hit singles with Mom and Dad

(0 comments)

12/29: If the library were like amazon.com

(0 comments)

12/29: Michael Crichton speech on environmentalism

(1 comments)

2003-12-28:

12/28: The most impressive DVDs of 2003

(0 comments)

12/28: FM Transmitter for computers

(0 comments)

2003-12-23:

12/23: Introduction to shortwave listening

(0 comments)

12/23: This is great: The Chipmunk Christmas Song slowed to normal speed

(0 comments)

12/23: Installing Movable Type on Panther

(2 comments)

12/23: A history of robots in the Victorian era

(0 comments)

12/23: Reviews of digital music stores

(0 comments)

2003-12-19:

12/20: The Guy I Almost Was

(0 comments)

12/19: from the archives: Encyclopedia Mythica

(0 comments)

12/19: The Tolkien Wikipedia

(0 comments)

12/19: The Green Books of Middle Earth

(0 comments)

12/19: Law & Order coloring book

(0 comments)

2003-12-18:

12/17: The Encyclopedia of Arda

(1 comments)

2003-12-16:

12/16: Hi-Fi Link

(0 comments)

12/16: Stereolink

(0 comments)

12/16: Squeezebox: wireless mp3 player for stereo systems!

(0 comments)

2003-12-13:

12/13: Online Nintendo Emulator

(0 comments)

12/13: Heavy metal cats

(0 comments)

2003-12-11:

12/12: Which dictionary is best?

(0 comments)

12/11: Pet Stories (I particularly like this one.)

(0 comments)

12/11: King of Town Special Edition DVD and Caffeine — I love Strongbad

(0 comments)

12/11: Ask Metafilter

(0 comments)

12/11: A guide to philosophy on the internet

(0 comments)

2003-12-10:

12/10: Star Wars: The Definitive Episode 3 Plot Timeline Synopsis (spoiler warning)

(0 comments)

2003-12-09:

12/9: Fan and Ball

(1 comments)

12/9: Gollum raps

(0 comments)

12/9: Way to go Pretzel Boy!

(0 comments)

12/9: VixenLove

(1 comments)

12/9: Comic covers of evil

(0 comments)

12/9: from the archives: Pick up your own damn socks

(0 comments)

2003-12-08:

12/8: Toronto skyline time-lapse movie (5mb MOV file), via caterina.net

(1 comments)

2003-12-07:

12/7: Animal Vegetable Video

(1 comments)

12/7: Cthulu Chick Tract

(0 comments)

2003-12-06:

12/6: Cowgirl pinups from the 1930s to the 1960s

(0 comments)

2003-12-03:

12/3: The non-verbal dictionary

(0 comments)

12/3: Marble Mayhem

(0 comments)

2003-11-30:

11/30: Mariners re-acquire Raul Ibanez

(0 comments)

11/30: The implications of food dye on poop color

(1 comments)

11/30: Yesterland, the discontinued Disneyland

(0 comments)

11/30: Alum Falls, an original comic strip about growing up in the fifties

(0 comments)

11/30: Atlasphere, the Ayn Rand dating service

(0 comments)

11/30: Bob the Angry Flower in Atlas Shrugged, the sequel

(0 comments)

11/30: Atlas Shrugged film in the works

(0 comments)

11/30: Harry Potter: The New Atlas Shrugged?

(0 comments)

2003-11-28:

11/28: Nintendorks

(0 comments)

2003-11-26:

11/26: The Two Towers: Extended, Enhanced, Redeemed?

(1 comments)

11/26: Physical theories as women

(0 comments)

11/26: Mario Kart: Double Dash FAQ

(0 comments)

2003-11-24:

11/24: The top 10 biggest spam myths

(1 comments)

11/24: A premier purveyor of science fiction and fantasy rarities

(0 comments)

11/24: Texas executed offenders last statements

(1 comments)

2003-11-21:

11/21: The periodic table of comic books

(0 comments)

11/21: Applesauce For Lawnmowers

(0 comments)

11/21: The Opus Interview, Opus the Penguin that is

(0 comments)

11/21: The Cat in the Hat is rotten

(4 comments)

11/21: Primitive weapons

(0 comments)

2003-11-20:

11/20: Hot Date

(0 comments)

11/20: The Victorian Internet

(0 comments)

11/20: The abolition of work

(2 comments)

11/20: Dead bug funeral kit

(0 comments)

11/20: Pink Floyd: The Wall action figures

(0 comments)

2003-11-19:

11/19: Bookslut

(0 comments)

11/19: Bad clients of web design: "Please also put a landlord hat on the landlord"

(1 comments)

2003-11-18:

11/18: Max's top 40 songs of 2003

(0 comments)

11/18: Desiderata

(2 comments)

2003-11-17:

11/18: Skycheat Traffic

(0 comments)

11/17: The Matrwich

(0 comments)

11/17: There's something about Miriam...

(2 comments)

11/17: Photoshop actions

(2 comments)

2003-11-16:

11/16: Subtly Simpsons

(0 comments)

2003-11-14:

11/14: 80s music test — I scored 111.5; send me your scores

(0 comments)

11/14: The foreign groceries museum

(0 comments)

11/14: Superjesus

(0 comments)

11/14: Let them sing it for you

(0 comments)

11/14: from the archives: Magical gadgets

(0 comments)

2003-11-13:

11/13: Top ten science hoaxes

(0 comments)

11/13: How to become a Bible apologist

(0 comments)

11/13: A $135 million art film

(0 comments)

11/13: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban trailer online

(0 comments)

2003-11-12:

11/12: Attempts at cryptic camouflage, graded

(0 comments)

2003-11-11:

11/11: Top 10 ways to use Venn diagrams

(0 comments)

11/11: First Jedi has a price of 150,000 credits on her head

(0 comments)

11/11: The first Jedi in the galaxy

(0 comments)

11/11: 701 78s!

(0 comments)

2003-11-10:

11/11: Friendly fire, Real Video

(0 comments)

11/10: Bands with others

(0 comments)

11/10: Switching to Mac, still twitchy

(0 comments)

11/10: Fleshbot: exactly what you'd expect

(0 comments)

11/10: Google Deskbar

(0 comments)

11/9: Make Homestar's Head Explode.exe

(0 comments)

2003-11-05:

11/06: 3 Times Halloween Funjob, with the Homestar Runner gang

(0 comments)

11/6: Strong Bad costumes, with commentary

(0 comments)

11/5: BBC rips Matrix Revolutions a new one

(0 comments)

11/5: History of robots in the Victorian era

(0 comments)

11/5: Cat disease can alter human personality

(0 comments)

2003-11-03:

11/3: Intense Japanese flash animation set to techno beat (5mb)

(0 comments)

2003-11-02:

11/2: Vicky Mullins is Wonder Woman

(0 comments)

2003-11-01:

11/02: from the archives: Online color scheme generator

(0 comments)

11/02: Sleeping twice per day for greater efficiency

(0 comments)

11/01: From the archives: Bob the Angry Flower's quick guide to the apostrophe

(0 comments)

11/01: Famous freaks

(0 comments)

11/01: Obsolete video games exempt from copyright!

(1 comments)

2003-10-31:

10/31: Catholic schoolgirls pummel sex offender (for real!)

(0 comments)

10/31: A dictionary of units of measurement

(0 comments)

2003-10-30:

10/30: Moovl

(0 comments)

10/30: Peep research

(0 comments)

10/30: The lonely astronaut (warning: more swearing)

(0 comments)

10/30: How to build a tail to wear in everyday life

(0 comments)

2003-10-29:

10/29: Elvendrums

(0 comments)

!woWgro.ecapsdedlof :92/01

(0 comments)

10/29: How about a no-shopping Christmas?

(0 comments)

10/29: Snubbing the RIAA

(0 comments)

10/29: Ebert: Alien, in theaters again this Friday, is one of the best films of all time

(0 comments)

10/29: Avoiding duplicate comments in Movable Type

(0 comments)

10/29: The end of the world (Flash, swearing)

(0 comments)

10/29: Mah Jong museum

(0 comments)

2003-10-27:

10/27: From the archives: Songs inspired by literature

(0 comments)

10/27: Vintage technology

(1 comments)

2003-10-25:

10/25: from the archives: Periodic Table set to "I am the Very Model of a Modern Major General"

(0 comments)

10/25: Time Cube, always one of my favorites

(0 comments)

2003-10-23:

10/24: Moria, a game

(0 comments)

10/23: Effective spam filtering with Eudora 5.x

(0 comments)

10/23: From the archives: Sperel the Goose

(0 comments)

10/23: Celebrities with and without makeup

(0 comments)

10/23: Generic candy corn will give you AIDS

(0 comments)

2003-10-22:

10/22: The Muppet Wizard of Oz

(0 comments)

10/22: The Alexandra DuPont bibliography

(0 comments)

10/22: The briliant Alexandra DuPont reviews the Indiana Jones DVDs

(0 comments)

10/22: Interesting facts about your world

(0 comments)

10/22: Attention, darling wife: New Fiona Apple album due in February

(0 comments)

2003-10-21:

10/21: I have love for you

(0 comments)

10/21: How to eat like a pro

(0 comments)

2003-10-19:

10/19: Radio Lovers, old-time radio archive

(0 comments)

2003-10-17:

10/17: Multonomah County Library Book Sale Oct 24-27

(0 comments)

10/17: The Moon Song

(0 comments)

10/17: iTunes for Windows

(0 comments)

2003-10-16:

10/16: Every second counts

(0 comments)

10/16: Today's kids meet yesterday's video games GREAT article

(0 comments)

10/16: Words and numbers

(0 comments)

10/16: Deb's historical research page (Joel, this one's for you)

(0 comments)

10/16: Top 10 data disasters

(0 comments)

2003-10-10:

10/10: The worst Halloween costumes of all time (via dowingba)

(0 comments)

2003-10-09:

10/9: Relevant History

(0 comments)

2003-10-08:

10/8: Pocket Arnold

(0 comments)

10/8: Escher's works in LEGOs

(0 comments)

10/8: The Smurfs are back!

(0 comments)

2003-10-07:

10/7: Land of a Thousand Dances

(0 comments)

10/7: The Museum of English Rural Life

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2003-10-04:

10/4: Bothering Snape

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2003-10-03:

10/3: Tools for weblogs

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10/3: MenuTunes

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10/3: Swearaurus

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2003-10-02:

10/2: Wuthering Heights: The Roleplaying Game (more here)

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2003-10-01:

10/1: Godchecker

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10/1: Lego Treasure Hunt

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10/1: Who's Who in Musicals

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2003-09-29:

9/30: RSVP, a game

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9/30: The Lo Fi Mixtape Network

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9/29: Build your own Segway

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9/29: Man lives in Paris airport for fifteen years!

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9/29: Music to keep your husband happy

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2003-09-28:

9/28: Managing RSS feeds in Movable Type

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9/28: Now that's a lot of corn!

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2003-09-25:

9/25: Nationmaster

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9/25: Bad Fads Museum

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9/25: Fantagraphics to reprint the complete Peanuts

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2003-09-24:

9/25: Who is John Doe? (Thinly Veiled is the latest foldedspace weblog.)

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2003-09-23:

9/24: Useful information for nature photographers

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9/24: A simplified zone system for making good exposures

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9/23: The Shaw Alphabet

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9/23: The Ultimate Geek Abode (via Dave)

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2003-09-21:

9/21: Seahawks 24, Rams 23

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9/20: Oregon 31, Michigan 27

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2003-09-20:

9/20: Hubble makes best Mars globe photos ever

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9/20: Things viewers never ever say

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9/20: Don't Touch the Walls!

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2003-09-19:

9/19: TIVO gives you god-like power

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9/19: Dell's impossible licensing agreement

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2003-09-18:

9/18: Monty Python and the Holy Grail THE MUSICAL!

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2003-09-17:

9/17: How much is inside a Sharpie?

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9/17: The Gospel of Supply Side Jesus

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2003-09-16:

9/16: Walking map from Hobbiton to Mordor

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9/16: Enantiodromia

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9/16: Brains Are Cool!

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9/16: Radio Thrift Shop

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9/16: And So It Goes, another foldedspace weblog

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9/16: Hall of Technical Documentation Weirdness

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9/16: Grid Lock

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2003-09-15:

9/15: Teen Girl Squad 4

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2003-09-14:

9/14: Solar interference from 45,000 light years away

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2003-09-12:

9/12: At last, Dishpan Dribble — enjoy!

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9/12: Top 10 outsider videos

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2003-09-11:

9/12: Warren Ellis rips Star Trek a new one

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9/11: Firdimatic

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9/11: Listen to movies at work yay!

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9/11: Top 25 censored media stories of 2002-2003 (via Dana)

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2003-09-10:

9/10: At home with Hitler

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9/10: Scrabblog

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9/10: Tens of Thousands of Legal Music Downloads

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9/10: An Introduction to the Cthulu Mythos

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9/10: The Emma Goldman Papers

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2003-09-08:

9/8: Disturbing Auctions

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9/8: Anil extols the virtues of Windows 98

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9/8: Everyone is different

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2003-09-07:

9/8: Talking with Mom

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9/8: Pirates of the Burning Sea

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9/8: Simon and Garfunkel FAQ

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2003-09-06:

9/7: New York Underground

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9/7: Gang Stories — raw and powerful, an amazing weblog

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9/6: Steam-Trek

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2003-09-04:

9/4: MadCow (not for those offended by obscenity)

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9/4: If it bleeds, it leads

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9/4: The life of William James Sidis, boy genius

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9/4: Disneyland Obsessives

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2003-09-03:

9/4: Cincinnati's abandoned subway

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9/3: Compendium of lost words

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9/3: Operation Squirrelly funny stuff!

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9/3: It's a blackboard jungle out there

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2003-09-02:

9/2: Backmask Online

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9/2: Happy Man

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2003-09-01:

9/1: Resumé of a complete jackass

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9/1: In which I am the token punk rocker

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9/1: My affair with romance comics

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2003-08-30:

8/30: All-time top 141 movies by U.S. theater attendance

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2003-08-29:

8/29: Arnold thinks that gay marriage should be between a man and a woman (small mp3)

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8/29: Last words of fictional characters

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8/29: Triple cheeseburger? Twenty patty cheeseburger!

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8/29: Two and three fourth stories about being two and three fourths

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2003-08-28:

8/29: The first time I ever saw two girls kiss

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8/28: American Soccer History Archives

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8/28: Mister Nicehands

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8/28: Zombie infection simulator

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8/28: Best-selling classic literature of 2002

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8/28: Win a goldfish

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8/28: A conversation with Arnold Schwarzenegger (from 1978)

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8/28: How golf-ball sized hail affects a 737

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2003-08-27:

8/27: EPL History

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8/27: Rockin' On Without Microsoft

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2003-08-25:

8/25: The 25 greatest electronic albums of the 20th century

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8/25: Translating doctorspeak

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8/25: Theme park ends search for man's leg

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8/25: Digital Sheet Music Collection

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8/25: The Devil's Dictionary

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2003-08-22:

8/22: Obsolete Technology Website

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8/22: Possi's Contortion Site

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8/22: Udder Insanity

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2003-08-21:

8/21: Swindle

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8/21: Mind Media Brain Profile

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2003-08-20:

Taking the opera out of space opera

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Marzipan's gotta face fulla super mud and I'm feelin' fine!

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Who to Kill?

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2003-08-19:

Virtual Bubble Wrap

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Acts of Gord

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Images of Native Americans

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The Rise of the Machines

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Everton Football Club


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