More Stumbleupon joy . . .

11 06 2008
  1. Drag a series of dots, lines and other shapes of assorted sizes and colours into the circle on the left, and watch them appear in the kaleidoscope on the right. A great way to kill two minutes.
  2. In this optical illusion, you stare at the dot at the centre of the image for 30 seconds, then move your cursor over the image. The image will appear to be in full colour until you move your eyes. And I’d really appreciate knowing why.
  3. If you enjoy reading the classics on your boss’s time, but don’t want him or her to know about it, why not try Read At Work?
  4. Wikipedia’s List of Unusual Deaths is yet another reason why the aformentioned is the greatest site on the Interwebs.
  5. How to beat PacMan. You never know when this sort of information will come in handy.
  6. Nothing says “geek” like a coffee-table-sized NES controller.
  7. Dei Ex Machina.
  8. Yo Suck At Photoshop: a Photoshop tutorial with class. In Episode 7, Donny walks us through Patch Tool and Levels by attempting to transform a sad, recently-divorced woman into a MILF: “Mom I’d Love to Facebook.”
  9. Hell of Sand. Plant things. Grow things. Blow shit up.
  10. Devil’s Pool is a natural rock pool at the top of Victoria Falls in Zambia where, between September and December, idiots can swim just a few feet away from a 100-metre sheer drop.
  11. I might have posted this one previously: Students for an Orwellian Society.

Stumbleupon joy

6 06 2008

Times Free Press

(UN Evironment Programme)

And if you’re especially bored, why not play a bit of Etymologic?

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) . . .

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