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April 27, 2008

TED: Ideas worth spreading. It is what it says "Inspired talks by the world's greatest thinkers and doers". This site has astounded me on more than one occasion. It's made me cry and left me speechless on more than one occasion, too. more inside
Curious George I need some help, monkeys. Remember "The People's Court"? I'm talking old school, with Judge Wapner. At the beginning of each episode, there is a voice-over that begins with something like... "The people you are about to see are not actors..." I need the full text of that voiceover, but I can't seem to find it anywhere. Help me, monkeys!
Play chess differently with fog of war, specific line of site, and your pieces randomized on the home row.

April 26, 2008

Attila the Hummm. The singing Hun, that's mine recollection. And falling off a lot of horses.
Glued-to-the-Screen-George: Doctor Who Series 4 The fourth series of Doctor Who has been running for a few weeks now, and I have found myself very impressed so far. I know that a few Monkeys are loyal Who followers, have you been enjoying it as much as I have? more inside
Design a hat: win $250.
Why do so many baseball players have August birthdays?

April 25, 2008

Autonomous Robotic Jellyfish Jellyfish robots that are autonomous.
monkey want comix What are your favorite smart daily/weekly comics? Here are a few of mine. It seems like I used to have more than this though, at least enough to last through a cup of coffee.
Al Jaffee's fold-ins for Mad magazine in interactive click and drag form. more inside
Hobotopia reveals the real origin of the Laugh-Out-Loud Cats. I found the series charming.
It's A Flee Country! Former CIA analyst Chalmers Johnson, who coined the geopolitical usage of the term "Blowback", says in this Good Magazine piece that the time has come to give up on America. more inside
Joan's Mad Monarchs This is an old site, but it's a good 'un, and I've never seen it here on MoFi. more inside
Air Monkey. Trash bag street art by Joshua Allen Harris.
Oh dear, timesuck alert. Race your little car against other little cars by typing movie and book quotes. It's a little biased if you're good at remembering quotes, like I'm not. more inside
"...it is not inappropriate to an organisation that’s looking to have a firm grip on Government spend."

April 24, 2008

"I imaged a powerful reversal of the urinal drain would be like an elephant and used this as the theme," says the designer. It can clean a urinal in 10 seconds and save 8 litres of water per urinal. Clever and pretty.
Humans nearly went extinct 70K years ago, scientists claim. more inside
Curious George: Posting Let's talk about FPPs, monkeys. How, and where, do you find yours? Are there any particularly good FPPs that you think serve as emblematic of MonkeyFilter at its best? In general, what sort of subject matter/site etc you consider worthy of bringing to the MonkeySphere? And what do you consider unworthy? more inside
Curious George A while back I saw a link on Reddit (I think) to a picture that was a map of various mathematical objects. In the center of that map was a group of connected boxes labeled "Integers", "Rational Numbers", "Real Numbers", "Complex Numbers" and a circle around them going to a note that said "You are here". The rest of the map outside the circle were more esoteric mathematical objects and their relationships showed by linking lines, as well as their links to the "YAH" group. Well now I can't find that. Can a million monkeys with keyboards bang out the url or google search terms I can use to find that again? more inside
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