David Lee Roth's new career: emergency medical technician.
Spider-Man comics as you've never seen them before. Keep hitting "refresh." Very NSFW, NSF-the easily-offended.
Curious George: Apple GarageBand questions Some questions about digital recording in general and working with MIDI controllers specifically, using Apple's program GarageBand. more inside
Draft Registration: United States Armed Forces Pursuant to Sub-Section 8, Paragraph C of Executive Branch Classified Directive #13334-P, dated 1 May 2004, the Armed Forces of the United States stand directed by President George W. Bush to accelerate preparations for compulsory induction of the adult non-homosexual population into active combat duty in the War Against Terror.
Curious George: Apple 101 I just acquired a (used, free) Powerbook (and no, it's not a p-p-p-powerbook). I'm not overly burdened by computer literacy, and I've only used Windows before, so I have questions. Lots of questions. more inside
I get so emotional, baby. It's emo night on Monkeyfilter! Here's a primer on methods for naming your "emo"/post-whatever band.
Saddam's interrogation logs With the revelations of torture at Abu Ghraib one could logically ask, "If that's how they're treating low-echelon prisoners, how are interrogators handling the Big Cheese?" Over at McSweeney's, someone spills the beans.
Domino's gunman described as 'vampire slayer.' A witness who saw White lingering outside Domino's on the day of the shooting said that when he asked White what he was doing, White replied that he was "vampire hunting." more inside
Weapons of class instruction? Education Secretary Rod Paige calls the NEA a "terrorist organization."
His love for America shines like a rainbow in the dark... and he's giving something back by running for President. more inside
Wil Wheaton is a Dick. Link points to an Alternet article which is more about Orkut than about Wesley Crusher. Find Wil's response here.
Molecular Expressions Michael W. Davidson, director of the Optical Microscopy Division of the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, has put together some galleries of photos taken with ridiculously high-powered microscopes. Some of the better galleries: The Silicon Zoo (which has nothing to do with Janet Jackson and "Nipplegate;" it's a collection of photos of microchips, and the bizarre designs occasionally etched into them), and Beershots, which features "digital images and photomicrographs (photographs taken through an optical microscope) of the World's most famous beers." Arranged by country, no less.
Dorkstorm: The Annihilation , a hysterical article deconstructing the "Ten Geekiest Hobbies" by Seanbaby.
Interesting web utility. The TouchGraph Google browser: Enter in a URL, and it generates an interactive three-dimensional "map" of that URL's "neighborhood." (via blogger blog)1 2 3 4