Fantastic map of lunch carts in Portland. Very useful...
Here kitty, kitty, kitty! Does everyone call cats in the same silly way?
News of interest only to me: I, Asshole is back. (And has been for some time, apparently — I'm just clueless.) This used to be one of my favorite blogs. SJ is hilarious. Highly recommended.
The 95 theses of geek activism. Great reading for geeks.
Uber-conservative William F. Buckley says: Bush is not a conservative. "There will be no legacy for Mr. Bush. [...] I think his legacy is indecipherable." [via Dave]
Here's an enormous $815 million radar 'golf ball' that you helped pay for. Writes Dave (who sent this link): Look at this advanced Navy radar installation- It's 28 stories tall, self propelled, "This looks to me like one big ass target. Not like it's going to get away from oh, I dunno, a rowboat with 6 irritated Chinese."
A little flip, but useful nonetheless: The Middle East Buddy List. Everyone hates Israel, and Israel hates everyone.
A handy family relationship chart, though the readability leaves much to be desired.
The 1% Rule — in online communities, 1% of users create content, 10% interact with it, and 89% simply watch. But everyone benefits from the content. Very interesting.
The Ion iTTUSB Turntable with USB Record — For $150, I can make ripping vinyl to mp3 easy instead of the chore it is now. I covet this. [via Andrew P.]
Seal swims to rescue of drowning dog — Must. Start. Animal. Intelligence. Blog.
YouTube: Star Trek meets Monty Python in "Knights of the Round Table". Funny stuff.
Frykitty sells out! (I kid!)
Best corn maze ever. Beam me up, Scotty!
Science fiction approaches reality: Suspended animation trials are underway, and they're working
Making fun of Objectivism is quite fun
Not for the faint of heart: car crash kings [via rich, sort of]
How meditation works — I've been thinking I should practice a little meditation in order to calm the million thoughts constantly buzzing in my head...
The big religion comparison chart — just what it sounds like
A huge list of facts and figures about the book industry — this is fascinating
Photo of Mozart's widow found [via Dave]
Nintendo Wii may launch early — I shouldn't be this exceited, but I am
How fast can you type? I can type 113 wpm, 1 error. I am not kidding.
Grow your own teeth [via Dave]
How to clean your digital camera sensor is another good MacWorld article from the latest issue...
The Phrontistery: a compendium of lost words
Dean King's list of 101 crackerjack sea stories could serve as something of plan of attack for Joel, Andrew, and me...