Friday, April 18, 2008

So apparently there was an earthquake. We missed it, darn it all. (I remember the one from 1980, though!)

Links from others today - thanks, all!

From Bunny: Lasagna Cat thinks you should read. (You should really check out the rest of the series, too. There are some truly inspired musical choices.)

Swiped from Ookee: the Magic Pen game, which is frustrating and fascinating all at the same time.

From Cassandra: Confidential blueprints for the Freedom Tower are found in New York City's trash; scientists find a rare giant turtle; the pope's visit spurs a new marketing initiative among the priesthood; it's almost time for the London International Festival of Science Fiction and Fantastic Film; and maybe a supernova did in the dinosaurs after all, not an asteroid.

From Nicole: ridiculously gorgeous offices. I wonder if Pixar or Three Rings hires librarians.

Tomorrow is Record Store Day! Are you ready? Go support your local independent record store!

And lastly, your moment of Zen: here's a video of a cat discovering a theremin (and another cat being completely freaked out by the experience). Have a spiffy weekend, everyone. See you Monday.

1 comment:

Bill Herald said...

I don't know why the story about the blueprints tickles me, but it does.

When I first saw the story, I read "hopeless" man, instead of "homeless" man. I imagined some poor guy stumbling through the city, just laid off work, wife just left, and a kid addicted to crack. He was getting ready to throw himself in front of a subway train when, SUDDENLY he trips across these blue prints and his whole life changed! HAHA!