Anyone notice the new blurb in this site’s header image? Quit reading this through Google Reader or Bloglines and visit the site for a change to see it.
The Periodic Table of Videos: Tables charting the chemical elements have been around since the 19th century – but this modern version will have a short video about each one. Very cool. Here’s the one for Phosphorus: They have a YouTube Channel that features all their videos.
Google Reader recommended the site LOL god for me, which “puts the fun back into religion” (according to its tagline). It features cartoons about all religions, atheism, and science. There’s something there that WILL offend someone.
This post is directed at tommyboy more than anyone, although I’m open to any useful responses: – How long fresh pasta can last in the fridge (unworked)? – Does anyone have recipes for ravioli fillings using rapini, swiss chard, or tatsoi? Ain’t the internet great?
Where the Hell is Matt? (2008) from Matthew Harding on Vimeo. This is why the internet exists. Matt’s websites has lots of clips and a journal about the making of it.