March 2, 2005
Links of the day
- Yahoo, the other search giant created by two Stanford geeks, turns 10.
- So called "dark energy" expanding the universe may just be a gravity leak.
- NY Post op-ed piece on democracy in the Middle East. Could our actions in Iraq and Afghanistan be causing this?
- Rat out your criminal friends who illegally sing "Happy Birthday to You." Helpful form letter included to make it easier to alert the ASCAP.
- More giant carvings found in Peru. I love this kind of stuff.
- Halle Berry actualy accepted her Razzie award for Catwoman in person. Nifty.
- Interesting searches for Google's new "movie: " search capabilities. Try "movie: greatest movie". Interesting choice.
- Tales of Future Past. Looks at science fiction predictons of the past and how off base they were. Interesting and thoughtful.
- Great list of CSS templates and template builders. I shall return to this site often.
- 101 things the Mozilla browser can do that IE can't. Have you switched yet?
- "I support the occupation of Iraq, but I don't support our troops." The Onion does it again.
- I will definitely be commenting on this later: "Vikings stadium would benefit community, state." Jerry Teeson is my new hero.
Posted by snackeru at March 2, 2005 8:02 AM | Links of the day
I don't want to hear you singing "Happy Birthday" to me next year.
Posted by: Stick and Ball Guy at March 3, 2005 9:58 PM