Posts tagged “links”

Daily David

View the Daily David from July 29th, 2009

Sweet blueberry turnovers! All of a sudden I’m getting thousands — yes, thousands! — of hits from the Kansas State Fan Message Boards. I cannot imagine why. I can’t find any link to me there either. So. If you’re a Kansas State fan, please explain.

Sitting Pretty

*Note to self, to Robyn, and to Todd: Do not ever brag that you are “sittin’ right on top of Jish“! *Special bonus note: Muffed Punt is, in fact, the funniest phrase in all of professional sports.

Link Droppings

Some Saturday Morning Fun: The Surrealist Compliment Generator says: Your dashingly colored toupee twists my right boot into a state of ennui with the speed and dexterity of many lemon meringue-coated conquistadors. Penny Arcade Classic: Dumbentia The Dilbert Zone Puzzles


Hey! TheBrad just noticed that’s wishlist system is failing bloggers. If you try to click on someone else’s wishlist, Amazon displays your own wishlist instead (if you have one). That means that since I have a wishlist there, I can’t see anyone else’s! The hell? What did they change? Has anyone else found a

Quick Link

Here’s a nifty little trick for you, my loyal derlings! In the sidebar to the left (or, to the right if you’re upside-down) you may notice a mini-blog called The Good Stuff. Those are quickie web links that I guaran-damn-tee are worth a visit. “That’s not a trick, David,” I hear you say. Well hold

the good stuff

I completed another of my web development tasks tonight. One of my sub-blogs, the good stuff is now a MovableType blog. The good stuff is the sidebar list of ten links. These are links that I want to bookmark for one reason or another, but about which I don’t feel like writing an entire blog

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