Folks in the Puget Sound area should watch KBTC tonight starting at 6 p.m. to watch my husband and the Emerald City Androgums answer phones during Doctor Who.
Everybody is posting this one, because it's so awesome: This isn't the petition response you're looking for.
My husband is already pretty excited about the new Oz movie, but he's also a huge Danny Elfman fan so this news has him practically squeeing in delight.
Oscar Nominees. I have seen none of the movies. The Razzies Nominees. I have seen none of the movies. Oh well.
How Voltaire got rich enough to be Voltaire.
The lie of Nazi gun control. Not that anyone who is indoctrinated by the NRA will read and believe this, but hey, I like spreading the truth when I can.
Why Adobe (and other vendors) should give away older software. I admit it, I snagged InDesign, but haven't installed it yet. More at Slashdot.
Most of these 25 foods you'll never eat again actually gross me out, but I did like the crispy M&Ms.
Future gadgets that might be worth buying from CES this year. The only one that made me wish I could afford it was the solar battery back up.
The Onion does it again. I like the Toyota Highlander comment.
Oh man, I wish I could afford to get this Aquaman #15 Blank Cover variant with art by Fred Hembeck! I did buy a blank variant for myself, but haven't figured out what to do with it yet.
One of these years I will make it to GeekGirlCon. I hope it's soon.
More on lab-grown meat. Again, I have no problem trying lab-grown foods myself. I'd rather have a cleanly grown hamburger than some of the stuff that gets into hamburger nowadays.
Speaking of food, for the twelve-week-challenge I'm using myfitnesspal to log food intake and exercise. I would have used Calorie King like I did in the past, but it doesn't have an app for Android and the PC app hasn't been updated in years.
An update on my post from the other day. Yes, the student who died was the athlete. That makes it so much more painful for some reason.
Also, when I got in on Thursday there was a note on my desk from the editor pointing out that my Wednesday afternoon's work was pretty bad compared to my usual and asking me to do more proofing before turning stuff in. When I went to talk to the editor about it I quoted a techie, "Sometimes it pays to stay in bed on Monday, rather than spending the rest of the week debuging Monday's code." At least he understood.