- Román Cortés » Pure CSS Coke Can – Courtesy of a colleague; this is pretty awesome.
- Ubuntu 9.04 on Asus Eee PC 701 – Um, yes please. I'm totally doing this tonight or tomorrow. I'm unimpressed with Xandros on Tammy (my 701).
- Arthur Benjamin does "Mathemagic" | Video on TED.com – I'm going to have to stop posting 90% of the ones I watch, but damn, this guy is good.
- Charles Fleischer insists: All things are Moleeds | Video on TED.com – This guy is hilarious.
- Andrea Ghez: The hunt for a supermassive black hole | Video on TED.com – I may just keep posting notable TED.com videos. I hope they aren't all notable…
- Steve Jobs: How to live before you die | Video on TED.com – Excellent talk on how to keep moving forward.
- Tomorrow’s Women, Tomorrow’s World – A more British look at the decline of women in the IT industry.
- Clients From Hell : Of course I want it today! If I want it tomorrow,… – Um, yes. I love "Clients From Hell."
- YouTube – Let's Play Wizardry 8 – Honestly. Someone recorded playing Wizardry 8. It's in 64 parts.
- feveredwritings: The Complications of Discussing Prejudice – Greg tackles a racism discussion and gets popped in the mouth unfairly. Interesting discussion ensues.
- Oleg Sych – » UML Modeling and Code Generation in Visual Studio 2010 – I really need to play with Visual Studio 2010 Beta…
Seen on Facebook in response to the question “How many blades does a razor really need”:
These are my links for June 15th through June 18th:
- xkcd – A webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math, and language – By Randall Munroe – Everyone probably already reads xkcd, but I loved this one.
- "DAR: A Super Girly Top Secret Comic Diary" By Erika Moen – This whole comic series is amazing, but this particular comic (especially panel #4) had me rolling. I'd probably be arrested if I had a penis, too.
- An important issue? « I?m just saying? – This author (professor?) and a group of students set up an exhibit exploring white privilege at Seattle Pacific University. I always love discussions of white privilege for the different reactions they bring up. Some white people I've talked to have abso
- HTTP 414: Way Too F#%&ing Long – The Daily WTF – I kind of want to try this…
- Skepchick: Critical Thinking at its Finest – A hilarious series of father's day-appropriate pictures on how to take care of a baby.
These are my links for April 26th through May 1st:
- Twenty Sided » Blog Archive » Do it again, stupid – I can't stand these DIAS types of games. I've dabbled in Tony Hawk, but only when I can beat levels on the first or second try, or when I can make my character fall in fun ways. Shamus perfectly explains why these games annoy the hell out of me.
- The 7 Commandments All Video Games Should Obey – Page 7 | Cracked.com – Pretty good — and very funny — list of things video games need to be good and/or interesting.
- David Sirota: The Importance of Black Voters, and the Stupidity of Ignoring Them – Politics on The Huffington Post – 'For instance, though much of the African-American community is economically in the "working class," pundits and reporters use economic and other demographic distinctions only to describe white voters, while black voters are just "black voters"'.
- Bad Astronomy Blog » What does a nebula look like up close? – This is a pretty interesting video about — you guessed it, what a nebula would look like up close.
- A Four Year Old Reviews Grand Theft Auto IV « Live Granades – At first, I was like, "Oh, no!" and then I was like, "Tee, hee." I had to crank my volume for this.
- Batman's alignments – I don't like Batman, but I am a D & D lady, and I often chafe at the rigid interpretation some GMs take to the alignment system. I find this sort of thing interesting–how Batman fits all the D & D alignments, presumably over different eras of the comic.
- Art: French Artist Adds Scifi to Beautiful Photos – These are really freaky and really cool. I don't understand how the eyeball one or the face were done, but I'm not very good at graphics manipulation.
- Stimulus payments to go out ahead of schedule – Apr. 24, 2008 – Holla! How 'bout *that*?!