Here's a list of 11 proofreading tips for blogs that you probably wish I'd use. #5 Read your post backward. (The way I write, it might make more sense.)
|Jackson Pollock 51, a ten minute film worth watching. "Expressing emotions rather than illustrating them."|
Controversial (or at least paradoxical) study showing that watching a demo of something hurts your understanding of it. The reason being that you interpret the demo within your own perspective of misunderstandings.
On the other hand, a 6 minute presentation at DEMO in front of high powered journalists and venture capitalists can make or break your company - and seem to last a lifetime. Tips on how to get through it and maybe become a DEMOgod.
|The coolest dull photo you'll see all week. The earth (left) and moon (right) photographed by the Juno spacecraft from a distance of about 6 million miles.|
- The top 10 (paste, properties, copy, delete, rename, refresh, cut, new menu, command bar, new) of 200+ commands account for over 80% of the usage.
- Only 2 of those top 10 commands are available via the command bar.
- Slightly over half of command invocations are via the right click menu.
- And this usage data influenced the design of Explorer 8 including addition of the ribbon.
But thought's the slave of life, and life time's fool;An example of video sharing. I sent someone the URL for the Unicorn Planet video. He sent me back this video of a first person shooter game filmed IRL.
And time, that takes survey of all the world,
Must have a stop.
More weather data about hurricanes that you'll ever want. There's a reason they're called Spaghetti Models.
|Proof #399 that I have way too much free time. Hand crafted from the Value Pack alphabet.|
Murfie Music seems to be a new spin on the CD/mp3 music deal - it's an online new and used CD store with a twist. You buy the CD and they'll rip it for you and send you the mp3s and store the CD for you. Hence, no DRM. Or you send them your CDs, they rip them to mp3 for you, and then sell the CDs for you. Interesting. If only they took LPs.
Fun to watch: the browser fountain.
|Just one from the hidden meaning of logos. (I know someone who drives a Porsche but he'll never see this so it's OK.)|
History is full of food-related disasters, including the 1814 beer flood of London that killed 8.
Maybe we could keep the pounds off by just looking at Scandybars rather than shoving them into our pie hole.
Someone dares you to finish these 10 novels (because they're long). Like most things in life, size doesn't matter. Regardless, 6 I've never heard of, 2 I haven't read (nor have I watched the movie of Gone With The Wind), and 2 I've read (my high school English thesis was a comparison of War and Peace, Crime and Punishment, and a play by Gogol).
|Play all you want with the super recursion toy.|
...but the labor of man. ~Percy Bysshe Shelley
Happy Labor Day everyone. Enjoy your 3-day weekend.