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Two guys sponsored by MicroBilt to travel around the country and make totally awesome commercials for local companies. Includes such gems as Salt Lake Community Barbering & Cosmetology School: "Your
hairdo is only limited by your immagination. And how far along we are in the semester.", as well as Cullman Liquidation: "They're used. Some of them have stains. We cover that up."via:boingboing video advertising commercial tv monthly
2008 Nov 16, 9:48
Flickr's Developer Blog has some interesting posts including various folks personal projects that use Flickr.development flickr monthly blog web
2008 Oct 15, 2:53
Stylish blog that looks like it has interesting cultural and business related articles and links (not just weird/humorous).blog web advertising monthly design culture business
2008 Jul 18, 2:14
So far I've enjoyed two of this person's articles. More to come?blog cool monthly kevin-kelly
2008 Jul 18, 2:13
A neat looking blog to investigate.blog cool humor monthly
2008 May 4, 10:35
Video archives of DEFCON presentations.via:swannman security video feed defcon conference hack monthly
2008 Mar 21, 3:48
An original style blog that consists of cool links and vidoes and things. Lots of interesting, odd, cool, and funny things here.blog monthly humor photos videos links
2008 Mar 9, 2:42
The various New Scientist blogs combined into one.blog monthly new-scientist rss feed
2008 Feb 18, 6:02
FTA: "PicoCool is dedicated to bringing you tiny bytes and obscure content from the world of peer media, social networks and subcultures. Cool content from real people."blog design culture art emily-chang monthly
2007 Oct 29, 1:48
FTA: "Ben Goldacre is a medical doctor who writes the Bad Science column in the Guardian, examining the claims of scaremongering journalists, quack remedy peddlers, pseudoscientific cosmetics
adverts, and evil multinational pharmaceutical corporations. Thmonthly blog science politics religion media news healthy research humor
2007 Oct 17, 6:12
A preliminary investigation reveals that this is an interesting blog. On my todo list to investigate further.blog monthly
2007 Oct 12, 3:20
And now to fit in better with the rest of the emo kids on LJ, in no particular order here are some reasons why I feel old:
- I've attended friends weddings sorted chronologically by when I met them: Lucas from high school, followed by Carissa from college,
and then Palak from Microsoft.
- I rarely get carded for alcohol.
- Jon's moving to Germany soon -- this time permanently. He's already started the process of getting rid of possessions he's not taking with him like his car and TV. However, after doing so he
couldn't maintain his smug "I don't even own a TV" attitude and ended up trading me my small CRT TV (as
mentioned previously) for his DDR pads and games. A good trade for both since we were each looking to dump these items. So far I've only
convinced Sarah to try DDR once with me. Somehow I've gotten much worse at something I wasn't that great at to begin with.
- I have business cards.
- I still have semi-monthly nightmares in which I'm taking a Linear Algebra course for which I haven't studied or done homework in years. This differs from the more frequent nightmares I had
immediately after finishing that series of classes in which I was taking the final and it was all on the one topic I didn't study. In reality, the prof. had done his PhD work on this one topic and
I, correctly betting it wouldn't appear on the final, didn't study it. Apparently this was a traumatic bet for me to make given the wake of destruction left on my dreams.
- I have to remind myself that 2005 was two years ago.
2007 Jun 5, 12:30
Interesting past predictions of the future. Lots of cool retro visions of the future.future humor predictions history scifi archive blog monthly
2007 May 29, 1:17
An interesting blogblog art humor design monthly
2007 Apr 12, 2:34
Blog on visual design and data visualization. Lots of neat things here.art visualization analysis photo video social statistics interactive information graph data monthly chart blog