These links are probably more for me than for anyone else, though if someone happens along and is enticed by the SurLaLune message board, then all the better. I figure if I have links to BBC News on my sidebar, as I'm scrolling down clicking my links I'm more likely to actually look at the news and learn something about what's going on in the world. And then find an interesting article and link to it in a post. Good for everyone, eh?
Speaking of links, here are some links.
It's been around, but I've been planning to post my own link to it eventually. A panel of conservatives dreamed up a list of the Ten Most Harmful Books of the 19th and 20th Centuries. I suggest that you run home and read them all immediately.
Yankee Pot Roast has an amusing list of Dead Ends from Rejected "Choose-Your-Own-Adventure" Books. Man, I used to love those books.
In an article in the Times Online, a journaliast tries a week on the Jesus Diet.
Dontclick.it is an experiment in a new form of web browsing that eschews the mouseclick, navigating solely by movement and gesture. Interesting concept and implementation. The content is mostly for show, but there are a couple interesting games and tricks. Some self-control is required -- the website flat-out challenges you to resist the click!
Guess-the-Google is a fun game developed using Google's image search feature. View a montage of images and guess the Google search term that fetched them all.
The Face of Tomorrow is an intriguing project that digitally combines the faces of people living in cities around the world to predict how future generations might look. I'm a sucker for this stuff.
B3ta presents The Phallic Logo Awards.
reading: nothing new yet
saw: Rocky IV
game of the day: Acaro
music: a mix, curr. Porno for Pyros, "Pets"
beverage: Twinings English Breakfast tea