Apr. 30th, 2010

Welcome to Friday. And it’s already the end of April!

Let’s begin…

» Sasha Huber: Projects

An artist from Helsinki, Finland whose specialty is staple art. Pretty fantastic.
Sent in by Bonnie D.

» What Happened In My Birth Year?

[self explanatory]
Really poignant descriptions of your birth year of choice.

» Esquire Magazine: 1000 Things You Don’t Know About Women

[self explanatory]
Only 1,000? 😉
Sent in by Ashy.

» Nano Ninja

Fantastic, addictive and challenging flash game.
Sent in by Joyu.

Bonus Link!

» Data Underload: First Date vs. Reality TV First Date

[self explanatory… and fascinating!]
Sent in by Jennidub.

Happy Friday!

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Apr. 16th, 2010

Friday. At last!

Here we go.

» Turn A US Quarter Into A Ring

Pretty cool!
Note that the coin itself must have high silver content, so the author recommends a 1964 or earlier US Quarter.

» Ten Word Wiki

[self explanatory, somewhat]

» Code Organ

Enter a url, and this site will compose music somehow based on the content.
Odd…
Sent in by Simon B.

» Small Worlds

A great looking little platform game.

Bonus Link!

» A Primer On Organized Crime

Pretty fascinating actually!

Happy Friday everyone.

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Apr. 9th, 2010

Ffffffrrrriiiiiiiiiiidaaaaaaaay!

Today’s turn out to be a series of photo galleries. Sometimes that’s just how it works out.

Heeeeeere we go…

» Paris, 1962 – A Flickr Set

[self explanatory… et tres chic.]

» Teabonics

“These are signs seen primarily at Tea Party Protests. They all feature “creative” spelling or grammar. This new dialect of the English language shall be known as “Teabonics.””
Sent in by The Stoob™

» Dirk Dzimirsky

These are drawings that look pretty photorealistic.
Sent in by Mike T.

» Bloons Super Monkey

An addictive shooter game.
Discovered by Ashy.

Bonus Link!

» How 10 Movies Would Be Different If They Came From Nicholas Sparks Novels

[self explanatory]
From NPR’s “Monkey See” blog.

Enjoy!

Happy Weekend everybody.

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Apr. 2nd, 2010

Welcome to April!

And more importantly: welcome to Friday!

Here we go…

» Chuck Klosterman Repeats The Beatles

“Like most people, I was initially confused by EMI’s decision to release remastered versions of all 13 albums by the Liverpool pop group Beatles, a 1960s band so obscure that their music is not even available on iTunes. The entire proposition seems like a boondoggle.”
Many of you know I really like Klosterman’s writing. This is no exception.

» Zefrank: Young Me / Now Me

In which the artist receives two photos from his followers: one from when they were younger, and one from recently.
Sent in by Jacqui M.

» Flickr: Funny Money

This guy has a habit of lending Lincoln a certain aura of McConaughey. Brief but funny.

» Ultimate Matzoh Balls

Since it’s passover. 🙂
Sent in by Ashy.

Bonus Link!

» Should I buy an iPad?

Just follow this handy flowchart!
My answer: no I for damn sure should not. Thank you.

Enjoy your (long?) weekend.

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