Monthly Archives: May 2006

bring your towel

Boing Boing: Tomorrow is Towel Day, for Douglas Adams: “Tomorrow is Towel Day, a day of remembrance for Douglas Adams, author of the Hitchhikers’ Guide to the Galaxy. Observe it by carrying a towel all day.” (Via BoingBoing.)

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First (and some second) thoughts about the DS Lite

Ok, I’ve owned Gameboys, Gameboy Advanceds, a PSP and now a DS Lite. And I have to say that the DS Lite has become my favorite. Here are some thoughts about the DS lite, after goofing with it this evening. When I was a PSP fanboy, all I heard from other fanboys was, the PSP’s […]

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DS Lite Arrives!

I love Unpacking Porn on the web. in fact, i was guilty of it with my snowball iMac a few years ago. Now, this time, it’s my new DS Lite, fresh from Hong Kong, and a >2 week wait. First, you gotta see the cool Hong Kong post package. Tied with STRING! How cool is […]

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mimi smartypants

mimi smartypants: “Nora has this huge playground ball, really more the size of a stability/exercise ball. The other day she put it on the toilet, where it was quite a sight for me when I walked into the bathroom and found this multicolored 20-inch orb rising out of the bowl. Me: Wow, what’s this? Nora: […]

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Entrez PubMed

Entrez PubMed: “Glycemic and insulinemic responses to energy bars of differing macronutrient composition in healthy adults. Hertzler SR, Kim Y. The Ohio State University, School of Allied Medical Professions-Medical Dietetics Division, The Ohio State University Interdisciplinary Ph.D. Program in Nutrition, Columbus, OH 43210, USA. BACKGROUND: This study investigated how energy bars of differing macronutrient […]

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my brush with (net)fame

Lookit me! I’m dancing with Alice! That’s the amazing blog Wonderland‘s Alice, in case you didn’t know. I went to the virtual BBC Radio 1 concert on Saturday for a brief moment, and met up with her. We danced. It was fun. I felt all “star vibed.” It’s still on today, so go check it […]

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i want to live here

Space colony art: “David Pescovitz: According to NASA, ‘A couple of space colony summer studies were conducted at NASA Ames in the 1970s. Colonies housing about 10,000 people were designed. A number of artistic renderings of the concepts were made.’ Here are more than a dozen of them. Ah, the good ol’ daze of Gerard […]

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An Interview with Susannah Breslin

Susannah Breslin on being human. I love this quote/thought: An Interview with Susannah Breslin: “I think everyone is fascinated by ‘the horror, the horror’ because it lives in all our hearts. Some people avoid it within themselves, some work to visit it every day, and many are somewhere in between. ‘Apocalypse Now’ tells this very […]

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Radio 1’s One Big Second Life Weekend

Alice sends us to Secondlife In game BBC Radio weekend. there should be some great live music going on, that you can listen to in game. Cool stuff!! Radio 1’s One Big Second Life Weekend: “ While E3 rages on over Stateside, here in the UK it’s wellies and arm-waving in the Dundee sunshine: Radio […]

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this could be interesting, or could suck

Watch later to find out: BloodSpell Episode 1 Gad of the Iron Arm, a ruthless Blooded leader, is performing what appears to be a human sacrifice. A force of Black Monks of the Angels, including the novice Jered, are poised to attack and capture him. But neither Jered’s actions nor the outcome of the raid […]

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