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Always nice to find one of these interactive snowflake makers circulating around! Create your own snowflake, write a message and email it to your friends, or just "let it snow."
A belated Merry Christmas, blogfolk!
Posted at 08:03 PM in Holiday links for kids | Permalink
It's Saturday, and even if it's cold and rainy / snowing where you live, you have plenty of time to work on your hook shot with this online basketball game.
This game is pretty addicting. And so far, I sort of suck at it. But I'm getting better. I'm learning to envision the whole arc of the shot before I shoot the basket.
Posted at 07:02 AM in It's Saturday | Permalink
Posted at 07:15 AM in funnies from the cubicle | Permalink
Your Twitter posts can tell Santa if you've been naughty or nice! Believe it! Since I was naughty, I expect Santa will bring my Twitter account another fifty "social media experts."
The evolution of the hipster. I missed my window of opportunity, didn't I? Now if I go ahead and get a full-sleeve tattoo, everyone will think it's derivative.
Is Google becoming Skynet? Tell the world.
Skiing for construction workers? Or does this steam shovel have a new pet?
Replay - an excellent animated short film.
NPR's All Songs Considered - best songs of 2009
Putting the "Christ" in your Christmas tree - literally!
Note cards using photographs of corks. Really. This one made me tremendously happy, and I don't know why. So did this one.
And for your computer: it wants to get into the spirit. Help it out with these holiday desktop images.
Posted at 10:17 AM in Film, funnies from the cubicle, Holiday links for kids | Permalink
Evil clown face generator - gosh, they're all so excellent, it's hard to choose the most evil for my next avatar.
Amazon is giving away one free mp3 per day. I'm digging Slower than Christmas by the Boxmasters.
WTF, James Lipton?
The history of technology
And for all us control freaks, a real Weasley family clock. It updates using the family's Twitter posts. What do you think?
Posted at 11:37 AM | Permalink