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I’m speechless… Just take a few moments to watch the following video and you will be too. It’s an awesome cover of LMFAO’s ‘Sexy and I Know It’…
I’ve become a fan of the Vlogbrothers over the past couple of months, though I don’t fancy myself a Nerdfighter… yet! If you’ve no idea who the Vlogbrothers are, here’s a quick history. Starting in 2007, Hank and John Green … Continue reading
Anybody who enjoys playing telephone should check Drawception. This site allows visitors to start with a sentence. The sentence is then drawn by another user, then explained by another, drawn again, explained again, etc… The result is a sometimes awkward, and … Continue reading
YouTube began legally offering free movies a while ago, though the selection at the time was kind of iffy. Fortunately, one of the movies was the original 1958 The Blob, a personal favorite, so it wasn’t a complete loss (though it’s … Continue reading
There’s been an apparent theme for my rants for the past couple of weeks where I seem to deplore the lack of sanity in the world. Ok, maybe not the lack of sanity, but at the very least the lack … Continue reading
If you’ve nothing to do this Saturday Evening, then take a seat and watch this video of my favorite astrophysicist. Do not let the 2 hour + runtime deter you, or the fact that the video is on C-Span. Neil … Continue reading
Goodreads.com is a large social site for all amateurs of reading and writing. They site contains a list of almost every single book ever written, allows readers to publish what they’ve read, to connect together and create bookclubs, and to … Continue reading
For the past 15 days or so, Goodreads.com has been hosting the Intependent Book Blogger Awards (or IBBA), a contest that serves to “highlight the amazing content in book blogging today.” The contest pits blogger against blogger in four categories, … Continue reading
18 Yep, that’s right, 18 five year olds, at least according to the survey created by mingle2.com. Try the survey out for yourself by clicking on the image to the left, and see just how many five year olds you … Continue reading