Oh, I love me the puns. Particularly Meta-puns. There was a time when I’d check MetaFilter once or twice a day (frequently, a lot more often than that – it can be a compulsion). Most days, I still check MetaFilter once or twice a day. But anymore, I gotta think that once or twice a […]
Monthly Archive for March, 2003
I ignored the links to these Weight Watchers recipe cards back when they were posted to MeFi and… and well everywhere really. I was a fool!!!! If you haven’t seen these yet you really, really have to go check them out. If you have seen them, well, maybe you’d like to see them again. It’s […]
After watching for all of 30 seconds, I can already see that the TV show Black Sash is going to be spectacularly bad. I’m going to LOVE! WATCHING! THIS! SHOW!
Xeni Jardin of Boing Boing fame pointed to the Six Space gallery which is showing Nathan Cabrera’s “Throwing Rocks at Girls” through April. While on the gallery’s site, I noticed that they have a benefit planned that looks like it might be worth checking out. I’m not nearly involved enough in the local LA gallery […]
Classic I mean, he’s still hitler, but now he’s a SEXY hitler. I’d be scared to find out. He does look pretty sexy with blue eyes. Nice!
Nina Beier’s site features some good work, some uneven work, and some truly great work. I particularly liked some of the work in Unseen in category 2. Some parts not entirely work safe.
That video I mentioned a couple of posts down made its way onto the Sonic 360 site. Go Check it Out (Mirando De Lado).
I’ve never noticed that women smile more than men. And, this story does seem to suggest that they really don’t once gender rolls and power structures are equalized. Still, it does take as a given that generally it is true. I was speaking with a friend of mine a few days ago, and she casually […]
These are great. With some of these, I want to hear the albums so bad, but I’ll just have to content myself with savoring the coolness/weirdness/whateverness in mute awe.
NYI’s Tips for Better Pictures looks like a fantastic resource. Each month, they dissect a couple of their students photographs. Good stuff all around. Plus they cover a couple of other interesting, photography related themes. I might just have to sign up for their e-mail so I remember to check back each month.