Because ChallengeReligion says I must . . .

20 01 2008

Undergoing MyBlogLog Verification

Over the fold, a collection of StumbleUpon finds to make this post worth your while (maybe) . . .

  1. A flash animation that helps you find your blind spot.
  2. A collection of “cool” inventions.
  3. Fast food: ads versus reality.
  4. A dialogue with Sarah, aged 3: in which it is shown that if your dad is a chemistry professor, asking “why” can be dangerous.
  5. (Some of the) biggest holes on the face of the Earth.
  6. A History of Home Video Games from Atari to Xbox, Playstation and Wii.
  7. Knitting for Psychopaths.
  8. Macrohistory: pre-history to the 21st century.
  9. How to Download Anything.
  10. “I Like Women Like I Like My Coffee . . .”
  11. The family of Indo-European languages.
  12. The Official God FAQ.
  13. World sunlight map.
  14. The size of our world.
  15. Wikisky.
  16. Sand Storm in Iraq.
  17. Anatomy of a Black Hole.
  18. The Lemon: History of the Internet.
  19. Top 10 Most Bizarre Videos.
  20. Ancient Web.org: The Ancient World’s Great Civilisations.

Enjoy!

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2 responses

21 01 2008
SB

Some great links there. Plenty to bookmark.

The languages chart still doesn’t hazard a guess at the origins of the Basque tongue.

21 01 2008
AV

SB, if you don’t have StumbleUpon installed in your web browser, rectify that situation immediately!

The languages chart still doesn’t hazard a guess at the origins of the Basque tongue.

According to the Wiki article, which also presents hypotheses as to its connections with other languages, Basque is considered a “language isolate” (i.e. not part of the Indo-European family).

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