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Funny Tapestry Pictures

Interesting.

posted at 5:03 pm
on Nov. 26, 2003

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mr. bat

Most Disturbing Record Album Cover Ever:

posted at 4:58 pm
on Nov. 26, 2003

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Fun With Words

If you're me or my mom, you'll be greatly interested in these Collections of Word Oddities and Trivia and this page.

posted at 12:41 pm
on Nov. 25, 2003

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THE VICTORIAN INTERNET

Ah, behold, rescued from the scrapheap of history:

posted at 9:19 pm
on Nov. 24, 2003

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FREEWAYBLOGGER.com

Someone is blogging the freeways of Southern California -

posted at 4:52 pm
on Nov. 24, 2003

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When Star Wars

meets college football.

posted at 12:56 pm
on Nov. 22, 2003

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this site

Election result maps often do a very bad job of representing actual vote outcomes because they use a georgphic scale to represent something that isn't truly determined by geography. Think how Greenland seems as large as Africa on many maps, compared to how much power Greenland would have politically. attempts to do a better job of explaining the CA Gov. election outcome visually.

posted at 11:48 am
on Nov. 22, 2003

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DRAGONS RULE!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I love Web pages like this one.

posted at 4:37 pm
on Nov. 21, 2003

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anti-Islam

Is this B.C. comic strip ? And if so, is that a problem?

posted at 1:03 pm
on Nov. 21, 2003

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Built by Re

This is a VERY GOOD example of a VERY BAD site designer:

posted at 7:28 pm
on Nov. 19, 2003

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Will L.A.‘s Real Estate Bubble Burst? [No.]

Since 1969, home prices in California have appreciated an average of 8.3% per year. These days, they can go up almost that much in a month.

posted at 6:43 pm
on Nov. 19, 2003

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The Poisoned Project

is a Kazaa network-based P2P tool for Mac.

posted at 5:47 pm
on Nov. 19, 2003

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The End of the World

, as predicted by one funny, slightly deranged Flash-programming Webber.

posted at 11:23 am
on Nov. 19, 2003

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WaSP : Learn : Interviews : Dan Cederholm

Find out about Fast Company's move to clean up their site and switch it to CSS and XML based code:

posted at 6:07 am
on Nov. 18, 2003

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Unique ID

A programmer's hobby is analysing the numbers that control one's life (in the U.S.)

posted at 7:04 am
on Nov. 17, 2003

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Are Movie Celebs Picking on Online Entertainment Journos? Maybe

I'm quoted in this article:

posted at 7:17 pm
on Nov. 13, 2003

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Forbes.com: Inside Dope

is their cover story about th B.C. pot industry that some say brings in up to $7 billion USD per year.

posted at 10:34 am
on Nov. 12, 2003

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A List a Day

offers that most American of conceits, the list as information disemmination vehicle.

posted at 6:47 pm
on Nov. 11, 2003

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The New York Times: Science

celebrates its 25th anniversary by asking 25 questions for the ages, including the most important: "Why did they skip #7?"

posted at 5:39 pm
on Nov. 11, 2003

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Now THESE are some fluffy rabbit pictures

Interesting.

posted at 10:06 am
on Nov. 11, 2003

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Things Other People Accomplished When They Were Your Age

-- but this page should also point out that many of these people were crazy or died young, just to keep visitors from feeling too bad

posted at 5:53 pm
on Nov. 9, 2003

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Americans Use Media Far More Than They Realize

: Television, at 4.5 hours a day, is the most used medium. 4.5 HOURS. A DAY.

posted at 4:51 pm
on Nov. 7, 2003

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Jerky of the Month

: With a picture of a lot of jerky.

posted at 12:38 pm
on Nov. 6, 2003

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Ambo Gear

- Los Angeles-based designer Robin Rauzi's new line of gear and attire inspired by the shaved head of her girlfriend, Amy.

posted at 12:43 pm
on Nov. 5, 2003

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Metadata, Mark II

Webmonkey teachs CSS and Meta tags: Old Dog Learns Stylesheets and

posted at 12:28 pm
on Nov. 5, 2003

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The Science of Love: A Study

Interesting.

posted at 10:52 pm
on Nov. 4, 2003

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The Specious Report | Political Satire | News Parody

-- Damn, this is funny!

posted at 9:33 pm
on Nov. 4, 2003

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Emerging Alternatives: Blogworld

The New Amateur Journalists Weigh In, By Matt Welch

posted at 9:23 pm
on Nov. 4, 2003

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I just took an 80s quiz and got a score of 74.5. I also got about 30 songs fighting each other in my head now. Ouch.

posted at 8:44 pm
on Nov. 4, 2003

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BBC NEWS | Biggest solar flare goes off

Powerful solar flares are given an "X" designation, usually 1-9. Today's flare went off the scale, researchers say it was "well above X20."

posted at 8:18 pm
on Nov. 4, 2003

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Ten years later: The gunman who had no bullets

a profile from The Macon Telegraph

posted at 5:25 pm
on Nov. 4, 2003

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num1000remix

: An eyepopping flash animation techno music piece, brought to my attention by metafilter

posted at 10:50 am
on Nov. 3, 2003

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Simon Willison: Learning to use Floats

: I should read this, but probably won't get around to it. So I saved it here.

posted at 1:02 am
on Nov. 2, 2003

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Journal | keaner.net

is a comic artist who keeps a journal. I really like his style.

posted at 12:48 am
on Nov. 2, 2003

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Overheard

“The sad truth is that most evil is done by people who never make up their minds to be good or evil.”

...who said it?

“Almost every American I know does trade large portions of his life for entertainment, hour by weeknight hour, binge by Saturday binge, Facebook check by Facebook check. I’m one of them. In the course of writing this I’ve watched all 13 episodes of House of Cards and who knows how many more West Wing episodes, and I’ve spent any number of blurred hours falling down internet rabbit holes. All instead of reading, or writing, or working, or spending real time with people I love.”

...who said it?

“Live a good life. If there are gods and they are just, then they will not care how devout you have been, but will welcome you based on the virtues you have lived by. If there are gods, but unjust, then you should not want to worship them. If there are no gods, then you will be gone, but will have lived a noble life that will live on in the memories of your loved ones.”

...who said it?

“I play with variables constantly.”

...who said it?

“Only the person who has learned Continual Love coming from a heart of Gratitude/Worship can effectively deal with the problem of loneliness.”

...who said it?

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