One weird trick for surviving nuclear war, discovered by a mom
The company has a fascinating Twitter account, as well.
.com, .net, what's the difference?
I drew a caricature of my wife. Once. I thought it would be a cheap birthday present. Instead it was the most expensive birthday present ever. I'm still paying for it. I also learned that the appropriate response to "You made me look like a drowned rat" isn't "No, that's not the part that I did".
Mallard Fillmore has had an actual website for the past two months and nobody told me???
Updated the Links page again to weed out sites I don't visit anymore, and added new ones.
In fifth grade the classroom got a new computer and one day we stared transfixed at this screensaver and this girl Debbie said "It's speaking computer language"
I provided some technical assistance to AnimeJihad by going through every post, fixing broken video links, cleaning up HTML from posts imported from Blogger, making the tags consistent, etc. You can easily find posts (and avoid Tumblr's awful archive feature) by looking through the new massive tag list on the right; every anime series ever mentioned on the blog, from Attack on Titan to Yume Jerry Gergich, is accounted for.
I've since come to loathe tinkering with Tumblr. The post editor weirdly ignores most HTML so you have to do stuff through CSS classes, there's some cheap workarounds for some tags, and functionality is limited if you're trying to do anything other than post a picture. Tumblr is fun, and it's a fine place set up your "web presence," but if you can afford the time and money I really recommend getting your own website where you can do *~anything~*.
Goofy has a son in college1, while Minnie Mouse is supposedly a high school senior.2
1 An Extremely Goofy Movie (2000)
2 Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse Vol. 1: Race to Death Valley by Floyd Gottfredson (2011, strip circa 1930)
A forgotten victim of the Kennedy assassination: Miss Caroline, an unauthorized comic about Caroline Kennedy. There was a paperback book of corny one-panel comics about the president's daughter and it proved to be fairly popular. According to this Amazon page, it was scheduled to launch as a daily comic strip in... November 1963.
"HAY MAYBE AMAZON SHOULD BUY THE POST OFFICE," ponders newspaper owned by Jeff Bezos
I think it's a shame that the controversy over Richard Cohen's weird, racist editorial has overshadowed this gem:
I took the Internet Express out to Iowa, surveying its various newspapers, blogs and such
Fire up the computing machine, we're taking the CyberJalopy down to the WebSaloon
Hahahaha this interview with R.L. Stine about Eureeka's Castle is tops
- He resents Barney
- He could've gotten a platinum Kids Choice Award had it not been for Harry Potter
These three fur-brained foodies tackle requests from a wide variety of otherkin. Take a look at their long list of kintypes to have your horizons broadened. Dogkin? Here's a recipe for dog biscuits intended for actual dogs. Dragonkin? Continue eating pizza. Merkin (excuse me, merfolk)? Seafood, obviously. Robotkin? Try an oil smoothie. Amoebakin? Uh... how about some gelatin? There's something for everyone here, except for this djinni guy they never got back to.
Really, Penny Press? You think a taco is a sandwich? Well I have news. Tacos (also known in some circles as Mexican tilties) are not sandwiches. A taco is its own distinct category of foodstuff. To think otherwise is insanity.
If a taco is a sandwich, then surely a hot dog is a sandwich as well. Under this twisted logic, a burrito would also count as a sandwich. At that point, why not just call everything a sandwich? How far does the rabbit hole go?
It is important to set boundaries, otherwise the word sandwich loses all meaning. A taco is a taco. A is A. End of story.