I love xkcd: You need to go to the website and hover over the cartoon to see the ALT text too.
It's NaNo WRY Mo, not NaNo REE Mo. Not that Snooch would care... 7101 words and counting. Busy and awful day today.
You have to love the Ig Nobel prizes! And wonder "what were they thinking" when these people got grant money to study... Veterinary Medicine Catherine Douglas and Peter Rowlinson of Newcastle University, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, UK, for showing that cows who have names give more milk than cows that are nameless. Reference:
Had to be done. I am still English after all. It's 999 day! This entry was posted on Wednesday, September 9th, 2009 at 9:09 am People are flocking to get married in China and at Gretna Green today.
My house is near the best spice shop I've ever met, Penzeys. They have every herb, spice, seasoning, and blend you could imagine, all in jars for you to smell, plus an amazing hot chocolate mix. The Network Guy at work also loves Penzeys, and we have an arrangement. When
Wired: Mathematical Model for Surviving a Zombie Attack. It is possible to successfully fend off a zombie attack, according to Canadian mathematicians. The key is to "hit hard and hit often." Oh yes, somebody actually did a study on mathematics of a hypothetical zombie attack, and published it in a
Back in Guildford I wanted a t-shirt with a picture of a running chicken and the caption "Poultry in Motion". It was a Simon Drew design, I love his sense of humour and drawing style. These are links to some of his designs on coasters available from Castle Melanine in
Brand new squishy cat bed vs. free cardboard box. Even sprinkled with catnip, she prefers the box. You snooze, you lose.
I want to go live in a cave. Hubby says it would be the perfect temperature for a server farm, a few mirrors could pipe in extra daylight, you have seventeen thousand square feet to play with, plus a couple of acres outside. You could put in satellite internet, there's
Still sick. Watching The Guild. Very funny.