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January 23, 2006

Hitler? Good in parts! An interview with David Irving. From prison.
Curious, George: I need some duds. Daddy needs a new suit. For those of you who don't know, I'm about to finish up my degree and go out there into the big, bad world of begging for gainful employment. There, hat in hand, I will polish the shoes of HR professionals and middle-management sadists with my carefully-groomed and talented tongue. And I want to look good while I'm doing it. more inside

January 22, 2006

Airplanes! Location of all commercial flights. In motion.
Genius Monkey Technique Peeling bananas from the other end is easier (boingboing)
Curious George: I broke my leg last week. How can I get a cardio workout while sitting or standing on one foot
Are there benefits to getting seriously whacked? I've deserved every accident that's felled me. They have been good for me, every single one. An accident is a cryptic message. Your body is just the messenger. And it's up to your heart to decipher the meaning. Via the wonderful Outside mag archives
My mother's brownies and other delicious homey food from the 1918 Fannie Farmer Cookbook. more inside
Book Bar Your library doesn't look the same through the bottom of a beer glass.
The Good Ol' Hockey Game. It's the best game evah. Love it? Hate it? Did you play as a kid? Do you know what shinny is?
NESARA! There is, RIGHT NOW, a law on the books that when announced IMMEDIATELY Improves YOUR LIFE! more inside
Vanishing Point This is a website about exploring some of those spaces, about immersing oneself in stormwater sewers and utility tunnels and abandoned industry, about tapping into the worlds that are embedded in our urban environment yet are decidedly removed from the collective experience of civilized life. This is a website about spaces that exist at the boundaries of modern control, as concessions to the landscape, as the debris left by economic transition, as evidence of the transient nature of our place upon this earth.
Flickeur (flash) Randomly grabs images from Flickr.com and with some creepy music in the backround turns it into stream of consciousness theater.

January 21, 2006

Curious George: What magazines would you recommend? I have decided to subscribe to a lot of magazines. I like to read, am technical, also a mac user (need special help there-I'm an advanced novice). Art stuff is good. I love, for instance, Adbusters. Also food mags? I know this seems that I am a. too lazy to go to Barnes and Noble and b. have no real will of my own but I'd like to hear what you're suggestions are for magazines that are consistently intelligent, absurd or just cool.
Stars War. No line of unlicensed Star Wars figures is as sought after as the Turkish line known as Uzay. Produced sometime in the latter part of the 1980s, the primary charm of the Uzay figures lies in their blister card art; not only are the card images incredibly cheesy, at their best they border on the psychadelic. more inside
Curiious, Probabble-y Deleterious, George: Surely I can't bee the only monkey kicking himself over things I have done/failed to do? Opportunities I have missed ...must run into the millions. more inside
Obscene interiors is a collection of real online male personal ad photos and a critique of the naive interior decorating exposed therein. (No need to shield your timid eyes, the often-nude figures have been laboriously obscured.)
Star Trek New Voyages In which people love ST:TOS enough to resurrect it and film new episodes. Lots of original Trekkers are getting involved, including DC Fontana, Walter Koenig, and George Takei. Wired did a bit on them as well.
Curious George That's it, just Curious George more inside
Tales of Old China - complete books, cartoons, photographs, maps, postcards, literary references and quotes and a whole lot more.

January 20, 2006

Every Vote in Congress since 1991 Wonky for a Friday, I know, but this site from the Washington Post is pretty cool if you want to look at US congressional votes. Broken down by representative, senator, state, bill, and - yes - astrological sign. Yes, i fucking got it from MeFi more inside
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