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Day July 26, 2005

Blog Depression


Blog Depression can affect anyone at any time.
Veterans – “HEY!! I posted that two years ago!Now it’s on boing boing and suddenly it’s all popular? Fuck this man!Time for a redesign.”

Meta-bloggers – “Christ! another pulp book covers post! That’s it i’m sucking a tailpipe!”

(via Bibi’s Box)

1001 Things to do With

Liquid Nitrogen.

LN2 also works great for sweeping and cleaning hard floors such as concrete or wood.
Get a couple liters in a container, and dump it on the floor in the direction
you want the debris to travel. It picks up everything in it’s wave and if it hits a wall,
the wave will boil off and deposit the junk there. Now all you have to do is go
around the perimeter and sweep up the clutter.

Missing Pregnant 25 YO Mother Alert


Hmmm, for some reason I am guessing we won’t be hearing about this case on CNN.
(via Atrios)


It is now up on CNN’s front page. More updates about this can be found on The All Spin Zone.

I quit

I have found the last page of the internet. Goodbye.

A Moment of 80’s Zen


Waxy has a video clip of Family Guy’s spoof of A-Ha’s classic “Take On Me”.

In case you need your memory refreshed a bit or are too (gulp!) young to remember, Yahoo has A-Ha’s original video.

Depictions of Slavery in Confederate Money


Many Southern notes did not feature images of slavery; this exhibit focuses on the ones that did. This collection features notes issued and circulated in the South during the Antebellum, Civil War, and Reconstruction Eras. Notes were issued by various entities, including the Confederate government, state governments, merchants, and railroad companies.

(via Jaf Project)

The Unheard Beethoven

While several hundred of these works have been recorded on one medium or another, there still remain literally hundreds of other works which have never been recorded at all, or which have never been published in widely available editions or in some cases, never published at all! There are thus hundreds of Beethoven works which, until now, have been available only to scholars and specialists.

This website endeavors to make all of Beethoven’s unrecorded music readily accessible to the public. Now YOU may judge for yourself as to whether these pieces deserve a wider hearing and the ability to join the repertoire.

(via del.icio.us/taylorcc)

How Do Spammers Harvest E-mail Addresses

In a nutshell, if you use email, you will get spammed.

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