• The Banana Song will haunt your dreams.
  • The photo of an iPhone 4 on the cover of the September 2010 issue of Macworld was taken with an iPhone 4.
  • Big Bird“He needed to know how Big Bird could possibly have arisen from evolutionary history: What are its relatives? How did it achieve such a unique bone structure? What happened to the other members of his species?” … The Taxonomy of Big Bird, Grandicrocavis Viasesamensis
    (This is the same guy who is running The Beibignorance Project, a scientific exercise to determine just how little one can possibly know about Justin Bieber.)
  • There’s more to the story of how America got her name than just ol’ Americus Vespucci.
  • Springsteen MapAnd while we’re talking about maps… Check out this awesome map of New Jersey (larger) based on the music of Bruce Springsteen.
  • Serenity Now! could be the scariest movie of the summer. The Oregon Trail is going to be the big one at the box office, though.
  • The Periodic Table of Swearing is now available in color.
  • “Two Michigan coffee shops have said that since throwing their employees into bikinis to serve up cups of joe, they’ve experienced a sizable jump in sales.”
  • I pity those who suffer from RAS syndrome.
  • It’s nice to know that according to Laver’s Law, I have always been shameless.
  • “There’s an age at which it is no longer cool to have your own name and number on the back of a jersey. That age is 10.” from Sports Rule #2
2024-02-07: Broken links in this post have been removed and/or updated.

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