Thursday, September 15, 2005
Any one said narcissist? Megalomenaic? Well, you know, I keep a blog, right?
Wednesday, September 14, 2005
(this just came in from Marbel:
A picture of elijah wood and his girlfriend on an art show. I found it onThanks!)
another dutch blog, without credits, so I can't direct you there ;)
Tuesday, September 13, 2005
Central Park Zoo's gay penguins ignite debate: Roy and Silo, two chinstrap penguins at the Central Park Zoo in Manhattan, are completely devoted to each other. For nearly six years now, they have been inseparable. They exhibit what in penguin parlance is called 'ecstatic behavior': That is, they entwine their necks, they vocalize to each other, they have sex. Silo and Roy are, to anthropomorphize a bit, gay penguins.
"Let’s face it: being a dedicated gamer can be lonely. Sure, you have
your Everquest clan or your Quake buddies, but communing with fellow
gaming geeks doesn’t fulfill certain…needs. At the same time, it’s hard
to tear yourself away from the computer long enough to chase tail and
engage in archaic but obligatory mating rituals. Now you don’t have to
leave your true love behind. In fact, you and your PC are about to get
closer…much, much closer."
Linearly Unrecognizable Patterns / Minsky, Marvin and Papert, Seymour / 1-Jan-1967
Achieving Artificial Intelligence through Building Robots / Brooks, Rodney A. / 1-May-1986
Or the charming
Twenty Things To Do With A Computer / Papert, Seymour and Solomon, Cynthia / 1-Jun-1971
or maybe its just me?
Monday, September 12, 2005
Hall of Technical Documentation Weirdness/Audible Penis
Sunday, September 11, 2005
THEODORE STURGEON, an American science-fiction writer, once observed that “95% of everything is crap”. John Ioannidis, a Greek epidemiologist, would not go that far. His benchmark is 50%. But that figure, he thinks, is a fair estimate of the proportion of scientific papers that eventually turn out to be wrong.
LIes, Damn lies, and ...
If you're gettin worried that the government won't be there to help you out durin the next hurricane or earthquake or terrorist attack, don't panic! Fafblog is here with our Do-It-Yourself Emergency Management Guide! Today we're gonna show you how to get through a major disaster just usin stuff you've got lyin around the home.
You will need:
# construction paper
# glue or glue sticks
# a can of baking soda
# some play-doh (optional)
# 200 gallons of distilled water and 100 pounds of canned food"