Wednesday, April 25, 2012

May 25, 2012

Every time I try to donate blood, they won't accept 
it. Maybe it's finally time I tried donating my own.

 Skipnote:  I'm on vacation for a the next few weeks, 
so the next Website Wednesday will be sent out on 
May 16. 

Top of the Heap:   Cybersecurity Bill FAQ:  The Disturbing Privacy Dangers in CISPA and How To Stop It

Dick Clark died last week at age 82. Here are some of his most memorable on-air moments.

Sea Monkeys and X-Ray Spex
: Collecting the Bizarre Stuff Sold in the Back of Comic Books

8 Bad Brushing Habits That Are Harming Your Teeth

The Most Hated Baby Names (Is Yours On the List?)

Secret menus at your favorite fast food restaurants

The Most Hated Word in the English Language

A week after 420 - What Cannabis Actually Does to Your Brain

12 NASA Blueprints

We're "99 percent sure" we discovered life on Mars in 1976

Monty Python's Life of Brian - Deleted Scenes

News and Rumors About the Xbox 720

All of Earth's Traffic
(land, sea and air) Visualized

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

April 18, 2012

Here's an idea:  AA and AAA should offer 
combined memberships. That way, whenever 
you're too drunk to drive, they could tow you home.

Top of the Heap:   Business Week's Second Annual How-To Issue

When the Zombie Apocalypse comes, be prepared with the Zombie Survival Map

The Headline of the Year

8 Beautiful, Unique Paths

25 Foods You'll Never Eat Again

Related: 100 Foods To Eat Before You Die (I've done 39)

21 Sober vs Drunk Celebrities

If beer makes men smarter, I must be a GENIUS!

Avatar: Behind the Scenes

11 Things You Might Not Know About Income Tax

If nothing else, this should freak you out...

The Quietest Room in the World

Monty Python's Life of Brian - Deleted Scenes

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

April 11, 2012

   I just finished reading "The Zombie Survival Guide."
   To be honest, I was a little disappointed.  It turns out
   to be a book about how to survive a Zombie Apocalypse.
   I want a book on how to survive if I become a Zombie.
Top of the Heap:   Bummed because you ate all your Reese's Peanut Butter Easter Eggs?  Here's how to make your own

Wind Map of the USA

Richard Branson's Journey to the Center of the Earth (sort of)

Gas Price Predictor
- should you buy today?

7 Words That Only Bad Movies Have in Their Titles

Looking at Uranus (Heh heh heh - you said "Uranus")

7 Ridiculously Outdated Assumptions Every Movie Makes

The world's weirdest beaches

10 Great Clothing Tricks in 60 Seconds

In this week's "Please-please-please-please-please-please-please-" department: Chocolate "may help keep people slim"

Okay, THIS is a Gun Show (Thanks, Billy!)

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

April 4, 2012

   You know the hangover is bad when you 
   would rather savor the spit in your mouth 
   than get up to pour yourself a glass of water.
Top of the Heap:   2012 Renewal Scorecard: List of TV Show Renewals and Cancellations  (and those on the bubble)

One Man's DIY Space Photography Has NASA Calling

Cool product - Constrained ball (Although
I do not think it means what you think it means. (Thanks, Jack!)

A See-Through 3D Desktop

7 Positive Effects of Your Horrible Lifestyle

Virtual Sistine Chapel  (Thanks, Tally!)

100 Very Cool Facts About the Human Body

The Ultimate List of Movie Drinking Games

Use the Best Tool for the Job

Barcode Yourself

Lost that User Manual?  Here y'go...

The Most Disastrous Facebook Spelling Mistakes, Ever

15 Funniest Wrong Number Texts of 2011  (some of 'em NSFW)  (Thanks, Jack!)

The 13 Greatest Geraldo Rivera Fails

Unexpected Las Vegas Attractions

Show My Street
- a fast track to Google Street View.  Gets you there (almost) before finishing typing the address

Shaken or Stirred? Was James Bond being suave, or just ordering a weak martini and being a snob about it?

Ever seen an eagle do the breast stroke?  Me neither.  (Thanks, Kevin!)