Saturday, July 19, 2008

Cool Jeep Ad

House prices could fall for two years

House prices could fall for two years "The chairman of one of the world's most powerful banks told the BBC in an interview that he expects it will take two years for the markets to stabilise.

He also said he expected the credit crunch could continue through until 2009."

The 25 Greatest Movie Musicals of All Time

The 25 Greatest Movie Musicals of All Time
With ''Mamma Mia!'' ABBA-ing into theaters, we revisit our list of ultimate ''all singing! all dancing!'' extravaganzas, from ''South Park'' and ''A Hard Day's Night'' to ''Singin' in the Rain,'' ''West Side Story,'' and our No. 1

Pew News IQ

I scored a 76. Try it and post your score in the comments!

Pew News IQ: "To test your knowledge of prominent people and major events in the news, we invite you to take our short quiz. Then see how you did in comparison with 1,003 randomly sampled adults asked the same questions in a recent national survey conducted by the Pew Research Center.

For an analysis of the findings from the poll on the public's News IQ, read the full summary of findings. (No peeking! If you are going to take the quiz, do it first before reading the analysis.)

You'll also be able to compare your News IQ with the average scores of men and women; with college graduates as well as those who didn't attend college; with people who are your age as well as with younger and older Americans. Are you more news-savvy than the average American? Here's your chance to find out."

How To Demolish A Skyscraper One Floor At A Time

How do they do it ?

First they replace the support pillars at ground level with computer-controlled metal columns. Then, a crew carefully demolishes the entire floor by hand, leaving the structure resting on the mechanical pillars, which then go down slowly until the next floor is at ground level. They replace the support pillars again with the mechanical ones, destroy that floor, and repeat the operation until they get rid of all the floors.

This makes it look as if the building is shrinking in front of you, or being swallowed by the street. According to the company, this method greatly reduces the environmental impact of the demolition, as well as the time. Kajima says that it speeds up the task by 20%, while making it easier to separate materials for recycling, as well as reducing the amount of products released into the air.

Friday, July 18, 2008


Mowercycle: "This MowerCycle was created by some DIY-genius out of an old bicycle and a broken lawnmower, we’re saying “DIY-genius” because his identity remains unknown - and this cannot be found at online do-it-yourself stores or something. Of course the efficiency of this is questioned since we assume riding a bike on grass isn’t the easiest thing to do, but the concept is brilliant!"

What Are the Odds?

What Are the Odds?: "About one out of every three people in the United States thinks that winning the lottery is the only way to become financially secure. But the odds of winning a single state lottery are about 18 million to 1.

That’s why I laugh at my friends who buy lottery tickets—to me, it’s just throwing money away. The likelihood you’ll be killed by lightning is roughly 2,650,000 to 1—a lot more likely than winning the lottery.

Have you ever wondered how the odds stack up against each other? For instance, did you know that your odds of winning an Olympic medal are roughly the same as drowning in the bathtub? Check out these odds:"

Joakim Soria Is Totally Fine With Being Called the 'Mexicutioner'

Joakim Soria Is Totally Fine With Being Called the 'Mexicutioner' - MLB FanHouse: "During the All Star Live Blog, someone kept mentioning the 'Mexicutioner' in the comments. They never got published because, well, I didn't know where referring to Joakim Soria in that manner would fall on the PC scale.

But it turns out that not only is Soria not offended by the nickname, he's wholly embracing it."

Top 10 Real Men of Genius Ads

Top 10 Real Men of Genius Ads: "One of Bud Light’s funniest ad campaigns to date, the Real Men of Genius commercials made a somewhat smooth transition from radio to television. ‘Somewhat’ in the sense that our imaginations will always be funnier that what is visually spoon fed to us, and mostly because the singer from the ads is better heard and not seen. The following are 10 of the best Real Men of Genius’ which have been rated based on the following criteria:

1. The levels of sarcasm in Deep Voice Guy’s commentary.
2. The vocal quality and lyrical hilarity provided by the Stephen Tyler wannabe.
3. The value of the service/invention provided by the featured “genius.”
4. The urgency with which some of these genius’ need to get the hint.

While some have not made it to television yet they are still worth listening to."

Passenger Strips; American Airlines Boston-LA Flight

Passenger Strips; American Airlines: "American Airlines Flight 725, scheduled to fly nonstop from Boston to Los Angeles on Friday, was diverted to Oklahoma City after a disruptive passenger took his clothes off and had to be subdued.

American Airlines told KNBC that as the passenger stripped his clothes off, he was restrained at first by other passengers. After being forced to put his clothes back on, flight attendants subdued him with a flexible handcuff.

The plane, which was due to land at 2:05 p.m. at Los Angeles International Airport, landed in Oklahoma City, where the disruptive passenger was handed over to local law enforcement authorities, the airline spokesperson said.

The plane refueled and took off for Los Angeles, where it was expected to arrive at LAX shortly after 3 p.m."

Batman Movies Posters

Batman Movies Posters

Ten Historic Spots to Whet Your Whistle

Ten Historic Spots to Whet Your Whistle: "Walking into a bar with a sign that says “Established in …” instead of ruby red ropes and flashy new interiors always makes me feel like I’m not just drinking a beer, I’m drinking in history. While every major metropolis has its “it” bars, nightclubs, and eateries to see and be seen in, there is something about drinking a cold ale surrounded by rich history that’s much more alluring to me.

Whether it’s the oldest bar in town, or the historic spot where great politicians, authors, and celebrities have tippled, these are a few of my favorite “old” watering holes that make me feel like I’m not so old after all … at least for a night."

Alzheimer's Drug Reverses Cognitive Decline Over 12 Month Period In Early Human Testing

Alzheimer's Drug Reverses Cognitive Decline Over 12 Month Period In Early Human Testing: "ScienceDaily (July 18, 2008) — A drug once approved as an antihistamine in Russia improved thinking processes and ability to function in patients with Alzheimer's disease in a study conducted there, said an expert at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. The findings are published in the journal The Lancet."

Low-fat Diets May Not Be Best For Weight Loss, Study Suggests

Low-fat Diets May Not Be Best For Weight Loss, Study Suggests: "ScienceDaily (July 17, 2008) — A two-year study led by researchers from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) reveals that low-carbohydrate and Mediterranean diets may be just as safe and effective in achieving weight loss as the standard, medically prescribed low-fat diet, according to a new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine."

The Newest Cottage Industry

The Newest Cottage Industry
WSJ's Sara Lin looks into quirky Craftsman-style cottages outside of Seattle, where residents have chosen expensive cottages over McMansions, because they take up less room and use less energy.

Essay Contest: Win a Date With LPGA Golfer Natalie Gulbis

Essay Contest: Win a Date With LPGA Golfer Natalie Gulbis: "Time to sharpen those #2 pencils. The subject of the essay contest is 'Who's Behind Your Success?' To be fair the contest actually specifies that you win a day with Natalie Gulbis and not a date. But that day is in Las Vegas. So have at it. Essays must be in by midnight on August 4. I suggest this opening, 'Natalie, Unlike Ben Roethlisberger I don't have a metal plate in my face...'"

Odd-Looking Marine Animals (You Never Knew Existed)

Odd-Looking Marine Animals (You Never Knew Existed)
They exist. Don't ask "why", just accept their unbelievable strangeness and the fact that other surreal creatures (who knows how many!) may inhabit the oceanic depths, of which we have only explored a tiny fraction.

Which Cocktails Pack Most Calories?

Which Cocktails Pack Most Calories?

Russia -Bird’s Eye Landscapes

Russia -Bird’s Eye Landscapes

Amy Poehler says she's bound for 'Office' spinoff

Amy Poehler says she's bound for 'Office' spinoff
Poehler confirmed to The Associated Press that she'll be joining the planned 'Office' spinoff, paving the way for her eventual exit from 'Saturday Night Live' and promoting the comedian to primetime.

Speaking by phone Thursday shortly after her Emmy nomination for outstanding actress in a comedy series on 'SNL,' Poehler said she will join NBC's spinoff of 'The Office.' She's expected to star.

'I can kind of confirm that I will be working in some capacity on that show,' said Poehler. 'I don't really have any other details yet.'"

British holiday jet in emergency landing after drunk passenger tried to 'open door at 50,000ft'

British holiday jet in emergency landing after drunk passenger tried to 'open door at 50,000ft' | Mail Online: "A plane full of British tourists including children had to make an unscheduled stop in Bermuda last night after a drunken passenger tried to open the door when the aircraft was 50,000ft over the Atlantic.

Police boarded the First Choice Boeing 767-300 at Bermuda airport and led the man away after he had been abusive to other passengers and cabin crew.

Passenger Dominic Carman, who was taking his wife and three children on holiday to Cuba, said: 'He was clearly very drunk."

Thursday, July 17, 2008

Nudibranchs, The Most Colorful Creatures in the World by COLOURlovers

Nudibranchs, The Most Colorful Creatures in the World by COLOURlovers: "Part of the mollusk phylum, Nudibranchs are the shell-less relatives of the snail and are known for their garish colors. These tiny sea creatures are usually only 2cm - 6cm in length and can be found worldwide. They are able to thrive in any depth of salt water from the deepest darkest ocean floors to warm shallow water.

There are over 3,000 known species of nudibranchs, and scientist estimate that only half have been discovered so far. The creatures soft-body and short life span of 1 year make it possible for many of them to live undetected and vanish from the earth without a trace."

300 Old Cars Down On The Alameda Street

Down On The Street: 300 Old Cars Down On The Alameda Street: "We're now 14 months into the Down On The Street series, and the total of interesting old vehicles found parked on the streets of Alameda, California, reached the three hundred mark yesterday. Newcomers to this series might want to check out the Down On The Street FAQ before making the jump and viewing the smorgasbord of old iron that thrives outdoors on the Island That Rust Forgot."

`Clone Wars' revives old-style `Star Wars' fun

`Clone Wars' revives old-style `Star Wars' fun : "A tinge of Anakin Skywalker's coming dark side clearly is visible in 'Star Wars: The Clone Wars.' Yet the animated adventure mostly harks back to the fun, swashbuckling times of the original 'Star Wars' trilogy.

Lucasfilm Animation, which screened the movie Tuesday for The Associated Press in advance of its Aug. 15 theatrical release, has crafted a movie nicely tucked in to Anakin's early heroic days, before his transformation into the evil Darth Vader."

Somebody Forgot to Tell Rocco Mediate the U.S. Open Is Over

Somebody Forgot to Tell Rocco Mediate the U.S. Open Is Over - Golf FanHouse: "I know it's only Thursday and talking about a winner is premature, but could there be a better story than Rocco Mediate winning the British Open after that heartbreaking loss last month at Torrey Pines?

Mediate, who has only finished in the top-30 once in a British Open, is your current clubhouse leader, firing a one-under 69 that included a chip-in on 17 for birdie from the rough and a tricky birdie putt on 18.

Rocco went out with three bogeys in his first five holes, but played the last 13 holes four-under. Smiling the entire time, Mediate appears to have the perfect attitude to approach a golf tournament without the best weather. With the 'whatever happens, happens' mantra, Rocco seems to have accepted the playoff loss to Tiger Woods and improve from it."

Lenovo ThinkPad X200 - Review

Lenovo ThinkPad X200 - Review: "The ThinkPad X300, introduced last February, is easily Lenovo's greatest gem. But though it's as close to an impossible act to follow as an ultraportable can get, it has one major flaw—it costs $3,000! This was done, presumably, to give its other X-Series siblings such as the ThinkPad X200 ($1,199, direct) room to flourish. The X200 isn't likely to trump the X300 anytime soon, but it does have several things that make it a terrific business ultraportable. It's one of the first laptops to receive Intel's latest Centrino 2 platform (codenamed Montevina), including a powerful 2.4GHz Intel Core 2 Duo P8600 processor that has a very favorable affect on battery life. Furthermore, every wireless technology imaginable is at your disposal, and your savings account won't take nearly as big a hit as with the X300."

Grayson Trailer Makes Robin Look Badass

Video: Grayson Trailer Makes Robin Look Badass | Film School Rejects: "So this is an example of how DC could be making their films. Other than Batman Begins/The Dark Knight, I don’t think DC has really brought us a great film in a long time. An actor named John Fiorella has made a childhood idea come to life by creating a five minute trailer for Batman’s sidekick Robin. I swear if you watch this, you will think Dick Grayson is badass. Check out John’s website if you would like to download the script for Grayson."

Mosquito Bites Solved

Mosquito Bites Solved: "Cambridge, MA (July 16, 2008) - That cure for nagging mosquito (Culiseta longiareolata) bites has been right at your finger tips all along. Researchers at the American Allergy Institute released their findings in the Massachusetts Health Journal today, which brought to light that which most school children already know, the 'cross technique' of x-ing out a mosquito bite with your fingernail is, by and large, the most effective treatment for a mosquito bite."

Rush Return to American TV with “Colbert” Appearance

Rush Return to American TV with “Colbert” Appearance: "Rush made their first American television performance in 33 years last night as they sat down for a Q&A and performed their hit “Tom Sawyer” on The Colbert Report. Why they chose to come back to U.S. TV on the Canadian-bashing Colbert show is beyond us, but it made for entertaining television. “You’ve been touring for 30 years, do you ever get tired of being so awesome and kicking so much ass?”"

Pandora Usage Stats Prove It’s iPhone’s Killer App

Pandora Usage Stats Prove It’s iPhone’s Killer App: "Pandora’s internet radio has always been one of those sites that was really cool in concept, but too inconvenient to ever go mainstream. The service was long tied to computers only, and while it eventually expanded to special internet radios and some mobile phones, it still has yet to become a household name. But with the launch of Pandora’s new iPhone app last Friday, it looks like the service is about to hit critical mass. It’s a free, mobile, digital radio station that only plays music you like and lets you skip the stuff you don’t. And it rocks."

Why You Should Stash Cash at Home

Why You Should Stash Cash at Home | MainStreet:
"When the unexpected happens, it's always good to be prepared with some extra cash.

Many people no longer feel it's necessary to keep any significant amount of cash at home or in their wallet because it's just as easy to use credit cards at most establishments. If cash is needed, there are ATMs around virtually every corner.

Even though it can be quite easy to access money in these ways most of the time, there are still compelling reasons to store some extra cash under your mattress.

Here's a list of some events that would make you glad you had a bit of money at home."

Baseball Physics: Deception and Battered Expectations

Baseball Physics: Deception and Battered Expectationsl | LiveScience: "On fields of dreams, the duel between the batter and the pitcher at times assumes aspects of humiliation and farce. And never more so than when a batter misses a pitch, swinging so forcefully as to nearly sprain something. The culprit in such cases is usually either a rising fastball or a so-called drop curveball.

From the batter's perspective, a rising fastball follows a normal trajectory until it is quite close to home plate, at which point it seems to jump several inches, as if lifted by some mysterious force. A drop curveball, on the other hand, appears to drop straight down right in front of the plate, from twelve o'clock to six o'clock—hence its other name, '12-to-6 curveball.'"

The 9 Best Last Roles

The 9 Best Last Roles "While some actors spend their final days doing bad voice-over work or Japanese TV spots, others go out in a blaze of glory. Here are some of the more memorable final bows."

If You Laugh, You Get Beat!

If You Laugh, You Get Beat!: "Its a Japanese (weird, right?) game show where the contestants are forced to watch some poor dude attempt to speak in English when its not his native tongue. The twist is, if a contestant laughs he/she gets beat with a stick.

Can a pet ease depression?

Can a pet ease depression? - Times Online: "If your depression is mild, you could think about either a dog or cat. Nurturing something else and considering its needs will help to shift your focus away from your illness. Stroking animals is also therapeutic, so make sure you choose a tactile animal that likes human beings."

Can you be born a couch potato?

Can you be born a couch potato?: "The key to good health is to be physically active. The key to being active is… to be born that way? The well-documented importance of exercise in maintaining fitness has created the idea that individuals can manage their health by increasing their activity. But what if the inclination to engage in physical activity is itself significantly affected by factors that are predetermined? Two new studies suggest that the inclination to exercise may be strongly affected by genetics."

Women happier than men and enjoy life more in old age

Women happier than men and enjoy life more in old age - Telegraph: "Researchers questioned nearly 9,800 people over the age of 50 about their lives and found women were more optimistic than men.

Wealth also helps you live longer with the poorest people more than twice as likely to die at any given age than the richest, researchers at University College London discovered.

Report co-author Dr Elizabeth Breeze said that women could become happier as they get older as they no longer have to worry about looking after their families."

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Japanese Bug Fights!

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10 foods you absolutely need in your diet

10 foods you absolutely need in your diet : "The author of the “The 150 healthier foods in the world” released a list of 10 foods can`t be absent from your diet, these products founded by the doctor are very easy to obtain and also are very cheap."

Balloons carried gun away in Red Lobster executive's 'CSI'-like suicide

Balloons carried gun away in Red Lobster executive's 'CSI'-like suicide: "Thomas Hickman drove through New Mexico, police say, until his Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo ran out of gas. Then the 55-year-old North Richland Hills man walked into a field, tied helium balloons to a gun, covered his mouth with duct tape, and shot himself in the back of the head, according to New Mexico State Police."

Ten Great Moments In Internet History

Ten Great Moments In Internet History: "Most of us would never know that the 1957 launch of Sputnik would lead us to the Internet. Most of those reading, are probably already thinking. INCORRECT! However, it was the fear of the Soviets that led Dwight D. Eisenhower to develop ARPA (Advanced Research Projects Agency) which would assemble of some of the greatest minds in the United States and eventually create the first internet. This teams first project was to put the first US Satellite into orbit and they accomplished the task in just 18 months. Afterwards, ARPA turned its attention to the need for improved military communications in 1962, with a focus on computer networking. By 1968, ARPA brought a lot of its research contracts to the university level, pulling them from the private sector. Many breakthroughs occured in this time period but none more than:"

The Science Behind Breaking Baseball Bats | LiveScience

The Science Behind Breaking Baseball Bats | LiveScience: "The broken barrel of a maple bat whacked fan Susan Rhodes, 50, in the head as she sat four rows behind the visitors' dugout at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles on April 25. She didn't see it coming. She suffered a concussion and the blow fractured her jaw in two places.

Broken bats are commonplace in baseball games, but the Rhodes incident along with similar injuries this year to a hitting coach and an umpire, are making people wonder: Has America's pastime suddenly become a lot more dangerous and is the new trend in bat wood to blame?"

Octopus escaping through a 1 inch hole

The Soup's iPhone parody

Star Wars: The Force Unleashed for iPhone

It’s a very cool game and an ingenious way of using the touchscreen. The accelerometer is only used to switch gameplay from landscape to portrait at any time. It’s still a work in progress and won’t be released until September 16

from CrunchGear

The Periodic Table of Videos

The Periodic Table of Videos - University of Nottingham: "Welcome to 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."

Trance Vader

It Ain't Cheap Being a Fan in the SEC

It Ain't Cheap Being a Fan in the SEC - NCAA Football Fanhouse: "There is nothing cheap about the SEC. Especially if you want to buy season tickets. The face value of a ticket has increased significantly in the last ten years. That's nothing, though, when compared to the increase in the mandatory donation for the right to purchase those season tickets."

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

2009 Mazda6 starting at $19,220

2009 Mazda6 starting at $19,220 - Autoblog: "The base 'i' model starts at $19,220 (including the $670 destination charge) and comes equipped with a 170 hp, 2.5-liter inline-four sending power to either a six-speed manual gearbox or a five-speed auto with a manual shift mode. The range-topping SV, Sport, Touring and Grand Touring models will be packing a 272 hp, 3.7-liter V6 and will start off at $24,800 (again, destination charge included)."

Wii: Logitech Announces Wireless Keyboard for the Wii

Wii: Logitech Announces Wireless Keyboard for the Wii: "If you use your Wii to surf the web because you really miss your WebTV and want to relive the frustrations of using the internet on your television, this new Logitech Cordless Keyboard for Wii was designed with you in mind. It broadcasts using 2.4 GHz wireless technology and works from up to 30 feet away. Designed with the Wii in mind, it comes with dedicated buttons for Zoom In/Out, Forward/Back, Quit and OK."

Innovative Microsoft Arc Notebook Folding Mouse

Innovative Microsoft Arc Notebook Folding Mouse Offers Maximum Portability : "As far as peripherals go whilst Microsoft undoubtedly produce reliable and functional products its range of keyboards and mice are, its fair to say, hardly ever flaunting any particular innovation or, for that matter, any sense of overt design flair but that could be set to change thanks to a leak that details a new, crescent shaped collapsible, optical notebook mouse from MS known as the Arc."

Top Gear Races Nissan GT-R Vs. Bullet Train In Japan

Top Gear Races Nissan GT-R Vs. Bullet Train In Japan: "The Top Gear crew is in Japan for this week's episode and they've got another heated race for us: A Nissan GT-R R35, a gadget car by dynamic handling and Playstation inspired dashboard vs. a bullet train, running both from Japan's northern Hakui-Shi coast to Tokyo. With no surprise ol' Clarkson is driving the fiery beast while Hammond and May are left traveling Japanese public transportation."

SoWine Bar

SoWine Bar: "The SoWine Bar from EuroCave is the first of its kind. A unique 2 bottle preservation and service unit allowing you to keep opened wine for up to 7 days. The temperature in each compartment of the SoWine can be independently selected, meaning the wine is at the perfect serving temperature (factory set to 9 for white and 17 for red) when you remove the bottle for drinking. You can have either two bottles of red, or 2 bottles of white or one of each, preserved and ready to serve. It takes at least 3 hours to reach the desired serving temperature for open or unopened wine."

B-2 Stealth Bomber Crash Scene Photos: Exclusive First Look

After taking you inside the Air Force’s investigation into the crash of a B-2 stealth bomber, has obtained the first still photos of the February accident—and they’re pretty stunning.

read more | digg story

Monday, July 14, 2008

Man Cuts Off Own Head With Chainsaw

A ‘vulnerable’ man cut off his own head with a chainsaw after being ordered to move out of his home to make way for developers.

read more | digg story

Best places to live 2008

Best places to live 2008 - MONEY Magazine: "Money's list of America's best small cities"

Rank City Population
1 Plymouth, MN 70,100
2 Fort Collins, CO 129,400
3 Naperville, IL 142,900
4 Irvine, CA 193,900
5 Franklin Township, NJ 59,100
6 Norman, OK 102,800
7 Round Rock, TX 92,300
8 Columbia/Ellicott City, MD 158,800
9 Overland Park, KS 166,700
10 Fishers, IN 61,800

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Venice: An Aerial View of the City

Packers GM, coach deny Favre's request for release

Packers GM, coach deny Favre's request for releaseNews: "The Packers aren't about to let Brett Favre become a free agent. And while he's now free to return to Green Bay for another season, there's no guarantee he'll be the Packers' starting quarterback if he does."

Photos of Lifeforms Under a Microscope

Nikon Small World - Gallery

10 Things You Should Never Say to a Tall Woman

10 Things You Should Never Say to a Tall Woman: "Statistically, Americans may be getting shorter, but like all evolution, that takes time, and not everyone has shrunk. Take, for example, that tall girl you've got your eye on across the bar. You'd like to impress her, right? Two key pieces of advice: A) Be yourself (as your Mom told you about 10 years ago) and B) don't make a big thing of her height."

Rats Laugh When You Tickle Them

The Origins of Baseball

The Origins of Baseball: "Many questions surrounding the exact origins of baseball have been the main subject of controversy and debate for longer than a century. Baseball as well as softball, just as any other modern ball, bats and running games, rounders and cricket, have all developed from the earlier forms of folk games. Despite the fact that baseball’s roots are English, there are similar games that have been played in several other areas of the world. There is a Romanian ball sport known as Oina, that is similar is several ways to the sport of baseball."

Stem Cells Treat Muscular Dystrophy in Mice. Can Humans Be Next?

Stem Cells Treat Muscular Dystrophy in Mice. Can Humans Be Next?:
"Researchers say they turned a mouse with muscular dystrophy into a mighty mouse by injecting stem cells into its muscles. Just a few weeks after injecting the stem cells, which were taken from the muscles of healthy adult mice, the weak and wasting muscles of the ailing mice were almost completely restored to full strength."

3 Good Reasons to Stop Thinking So Much, And How to Do It

3 Good Reasons to Stop Thinking So Much, And How to Do It: "What is stopping people from getting the results they want?

Well, for one I’d say a pretty common and self-imposed roadblock is thinking too much.

In fact, one of the best tips for getting things done that I have learned so far is simply to stop thinking and start doing."

Sunday, July 13, 2008

25 Best GIMPed Images

25 Best GIMPed Images: "GIMP is an amazing image editing software that allows people with limitless imagination create extraordinary images out of ordinary photos."

Fix It Club - Common Repairs Made Easy!

Fix It Club - Common Repairs Made Easy!:
"Repair Everything In Your Home!"

How Your Brain Can Control Time

How Your Brain Can Control Time
"Keeping track of time is essential for perceiving what’s happening around us and responding to it. In order to tell where a voice is coming from, we time how long it takes for the sound to reach both ears."

Graffiti artist Banksy unmasked

Graffiti artist Banksy unmasked ... as a former public schoolboy from middle-class suburbia | Mail Online: "He is perhaps the most famous, or infamous, artist alive. To some a genius, to others a vandal. Always controversial, he inspires admiration and provokes outrage in equal measure."