Buttersafe is so much win.
I couldn’t sleep on Wednesday night. But I found these, so it’s not all bad. (clicky for more.)
This is too funny not to post: An Interview with the CEO of SixApart, on the occasion of the sale of Livejournal
I know there are a lot of xkcd fans here.. see: Real Geek Heart Beats in Xkcd’s Stick Figures
Continental Airlines is such a tease: Yeah, I’d like to fly to Tokyo at 11:30 PM! Sadly, it’s for someone else who put in my frequent flyer number by mistake. I hope I get his miles. Also, I was filling out some stuff on a social networking site, then realized I had been filling out:…
A couple of things I’ve promised to send people over the past few days: For those of you who love Craigslist, here’s a disturbingly accurate parody. Also, mainly for auzure_skies and jbailey, here’s what happens when you have a world famous violinist play anonymously in a busy subway station, and here’s some of the response.
Many of these are neat.
“My Internet is down.” Something about this makes me want to cringe, apart from the prospect of having to go fix it. Skud once pointed this out in her excellent faq.. The missing word, of course, is connection. “My Internet connection is down.” Thank you, that is all.
Best ex-landlord letter ever…
Bunny Suicides. I think the best part about these is how many there are.
This has been around for over 4 years but I haven’t seen it before (and I used to read slashdot back then.) 3D renderings of function/variable dependencies in the Linux kernel. The neat stuff are the mpegs of the evolution of the kernel over time – you can actually see bloat happening. Too bad he…
For all your birthday shopping needs…
While Bill Gates was busy impressing the ladies, a new computer was briefly discussed on Usenet: Any opinions on the new Commodore 64 computer. I’ve seen it and it looks pretty neat. (i) it comes with 64K of memory standard (ii) in highest graphics…
Slowing a tandem bicycle on a long descent can often be a problem. Not for these folks:
Not even when it’s their own page, even.
Mixerman, the misanthopic control-freak recording engineer, is back with part 2. I might do what he suggests and read the book first. Or maybe not, if I get bored at work.
Build your own fucking balancing scooter Also, by now, everyone’s heard of the segway recall. But a similar flaw lurks in a far more popular vehicle. Update, October 28: How to render the Segway Human Transporter obsolete