InternetSexStud Magazine (it’s a joke, people.) edit – 2017 Oct 16 – whatever that once was, the link now redirects to the webcomic in general, and the comic at present is no longer safe for work. Still looks funny on a very cursory glance.
Solar Energy Cheaper than Coal? That new technique involves using a device very much like an ink-jet printer to lay down the components of a photovoltaic cell onto a thin sheet of aluminum. The cells are much thinner, lighter, and much less fragile than older silicon cells. The result is solar energy that is expected… Continue reading I want my solar-powered Zeppelin!
Spork! Spork! It’s like a fork. It’s also like a spoon.
…looks like it now applies to their acquired property of Youtube: Yes, it’s the famous “in the [butt]” answer from the Newlywed game (and yes, they also have the exploding whale, Bush Sr. puking on the Prime Minster of Japan, and much, much more.)
Makin Bacon my sisters got me a book on home meat-curing for my birthday, the simply, yet fancily-named Charcuterie. Beyond its appeal as a potential source of deliciousness, the book is stuffed full of great pencil drawings of one of my favorite subjects: meat preparation. Sausage, Prosciutto, Jamon Serrano, Saucisson Sec, and that staple of… Continue reading How to make bacon
Nintendo Wii ‘Dog Attack’ video Sort of NSFW
I listened to most of the NPR Iowa debate, although I missed about the first 15 minutes. With the exception of Clinton, it was overall a good performance for those credible candidates there. Clinton came off as a bit too rightist and belligerent, and I was disappointed that Richardson was not there. Of the rest,… Continue reading Thoughts on today’s Iowa NPR Democratic debate