The middle ab on the left (not my left, your left, if you are looking at me) is called Terrence. It’s a dignified ab. It tenses each time I read an op-ed article about global warming. The article’s point of view is immaterial; simply being reminded that I can do nothing to stop the horrific future of floods and catastrophe gives this ab a taut yank that lingers, burning calories in my well-creased forehead at the same time. Best to do right before bed, as the accompanying nightmares keep those abs pumping into the early-morning hours!
BlackBerry’s parent company, Research In Motion (RIM), needed to come up with a short URL that people would remember for their recruiting site. Nailed it!: http://rim.jobs (Via Kottke)Read more
Jean-Luc Batard, brought to life by the talented people at Bread People.Read more
From the outstanding Cheese People.Read more
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’Periodic Table of Rejected Elements’ by Michael Gerber and Jonathan Schwarz, The Atlantic, August 1999. [via]Read more
TSA Announces Facebook Integration For Full Body Scanners: Love this Onionesque story by WONDER-TONIC: John Pistole, the head of the Transportation Security Administration, announced yesterday that full body scanners at airports across the nation will be seamlessly integrated with Facebook next month, allowing travelers to save, tag, and share their near-naked security photos with friends, family, […]Read more