Everything's going to be fine.
Tuesday, May 13
Web Site of the Day is Bad Astronomy.
What is the Mootrix?
And here I was hoping that I would turn out as a cat.
Winning Bidder is responsible for all shipping costs, permits, cranes or any other equipment needed for loading and transporting, insuring the Property and all costs and risks associated with loading and transporting the Property. Car weighs approximately 40,000 lbs. Location: Fort Worth, TX. Pick up information will be provided to the winning bidder.Oh well. Never mind then.
(via Slashdot of all places)
Monday, May 12
Site of the Day is Water Rockets. Whoooosh!
(Both, unless I'm losing my marbles, which is entirely possible, via Dave Barry)
Sunday, May 11
Site of the day is The Museum of Unworkable Devices:
This museum is a celebration of fascinating devices that don't work. It houses diverse examples of the perverse genius of inventors who refused to let their thinking be intimidated by the laws of nature, remaining optimistic in the face of repeated failures.Now also available in Portugese.
When you've finished boggling at the perpetual motion machines, wander over to Donald Simanek's site for further scientific entertainment.
I've grabbed all the Futurama I could get my hands on, so now I'm downloading Mystery Science Theatre 3000 (MST3K to its fans). Which I have never seen. I don't know if it's ever been shown in Australia.
Hooray for Zoidberg! [Broadband — Ed.] Broadband! Hooray!
Wednesday, May 07
When I'm not blogging, you can often find me at the JREF Forums. Not at the moment, though, because they seem to be fairly seriously broken.
I ran up a quick forum server thingy for people to visit until JREF is fixed: the JREF Storm Shelter. I wonder if I'll get any visitors...
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