Wednesday, January 26, 2011

January 26, 2011

It's so embarrassing when my Tourette's makes me scream
obscenities in church. At least that's the story I'm going with.

Top of the Heap: The Top 100 Blogs of 2010 (once again, SHOC must've been #101)

Another Top of the Heap: The Best Time to Buy Anything in 2011

This week's Cool Clock (after watching it, click on it) (Thanks, Kevin!)

How to Make the Most of Your Crappy iPod Earbuds

This will leave you speechless (Thanks again, Kevin)

Interactive Map of the Most Common Names in America

For What It's Worth: The Companies Who Support Censoring The Internet

40 Android Apps For The Serious Student (Thanks, Bella)

12 Things That Will Be Cheaper in 2011

How to Find Out if Someone is Stealing Your WiFi

50 Successful Diabetics

"Badass Math" sounds like an oxymoron, but ... hey... different strokes...

Getting Started With eBooks: A Beginner's Guide

The nominations for the 2011 Razzie Awards

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

January 19, 2011

I'll bet the reason drag queens don't travel through time is
that they get tired of being mistaken for early presidents.

Top of the Heap: The New Zodiac Pickup Lines!

Worried about your Zodiac sign changing? Don't be.

Addicting Game of the Week: Z-Type

Cheating at Sudoku with Google Goggles

12 Hilarious Sitcom Situations That Suck in Real Life

Create your own meme with the Meme Generator (thanks, William!)

I'm guilty of this. I'm so ashamed.

The Origins of 10 Common Words and Phrases

How Big is the Internet(s)? (Spoiler: pretty big)

12 Technologies on the Brink of Disappering

A whole buncha Genealogical Resources

The Top 20 Free Apps For Your New iPad

10 Common Medical Myths (That Are Completely False)

The Most Popular Boy's and Girl's Names of 2010

Nine Movie Villains Who Were Right All Along

A bizarre way to spend a little time - type it, and see it drawn.

- Skip ô¿ô

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Wednesday, January 12, 2011

January 12, 2011

I sure hope they find Paul Newman soon. I'm
getting tired of seeing his face on all those bottles.

Top of the Heap: Animal Voiceovers (Thanks, Billy!)

Beyond Huck Finn: Other Books in Need of an Image Makeover

Get a Real Human on the Line - hacks to over 500 Companies

Big Dog (Thanks, Kevin!)

The 12 Best Apps For Your New Android Device

Fan of BSG? How 'bout renting out Gaius Baltar's apartment?

The 100 Greatest Movie Insults of All Time (warning: some NSFW language)

The OTHER 100 Greatest Movie Insults of All Time (ditto on the language)

Dave Barry's 2010 Year in Review

The Buzziest Gadgets from the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show

10 Foods That Can Help You Sleep

Online Metronome

An Interactive Map of 15 Years of UFO Sightings

The Most Complete Map of the Night Sky Ever Assembled (but you'd need 50,000 Hi-Definition TV's to see it)

Silk is an online art toy that can easily fritter away your productive work time, so don’t tell anyone else about it.

Search for free mp3's with the fabulously-named Mp3Skip

Search the most shared content on Facebook with All Things Now

- Skip ô¿ô

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Wednesday, January 5, 2011

January 5, 2011

Mark my words: One day the South will rise again!
After that it'll fart, take a leak, finish off that half-
case of Budweiser and then go back to bed.

Top of the Heap: One final look back - the Best of 2010

Okay - here's one they missed... National Geographic's Best Underwater Pictures of 2010

My head just asploded trying to figure out the map of American English Dialects

Now and Zen - Click the Squares

The Longest Joke in the World

12 Awesome, Nerdy Things to Look Forward to in 2011

Prey - a free app to track your stolen laptop and android

Lake Superior State University 2011 List of Banished Words

Six Unlikely Pop Culture New Year’s Resolutions For Other People

100 Things We Didn't Know Last Year

One-liners for Geeks

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