Got something important to do? Great! You can put it off indefinitely by following these handy links.
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- Lucy Knisley comics – Don’t just read this one. Read them all. Her art is wonderful to look at, and the comics’ content swings from humor, to storytelling, to painful self-awareness.
- Jon Stewart skewers Jim Cramer (the yelling stock idiot from CNBC)
- The Big Picture – a photo blog that turns news stories into more than just words
- The J-Walk Blog – “The Web has thousands of halfway-decent blogs. This is one of them”
- Bunny Bookends – aww
There’s a great new dating site online…for zombies!
Hurry and join zombieharmony.com!
I wonder if eHarmony will be as cool as Linden Lab was about parodies?
Linden sent the maker of a Second Life parody the opposite of a Cease and Desist letter. Since, like most sane people, they realized that parody = fair use, and fair use = the foundation of cultural exchange.
Now we’re BFF with the EFF, and there’s one less dumbass lawsuit in the world.
I love this line…
“Moreover, Linden Lab objects to any implication that it would employ lawyers incapable of distinguishing such obvious parody.”
I’m home sick with an intermittent fever, which is leaving me both unconscious and contagious. I’m trying to get some work done, but the cold meds are leaving my motivation low. So, I’ve been catching up on RSS feeds and click-trancing.
Here are some highlights:
Geek Love: Wonderful NYT Obit for the inventor of Dungeons & Dragons.
Dad Labs video: Man tries breast pump.
Go Josh Go! A $100 Million Donation to the N.Y. Public Library
Preparing For “The Colbert Report – Jennifer 8. Lee writes about her stint as an author-guest.
NPR Unapologetically Harriet, the Misfit Spy
Sesame Street on information visualization – This reminds me of my research recently on Learning styles in new Second Life users. It’s a real design challenge try and accommodate both the square and the musician.
I’ve been reading the webcomic Questionable Content in between naps.