…He’s gonna want to share it with everyone.
Category Archive: Cool Stuff
Jul 03 2012
Jun 22 2012
This one, right here. Best mug ever? This one.
Jun 20 2012
Sometimes, a song is just what you need, even if you have no idea why. I went out to walk the Cuttledog–it is record-breaking heat today, and every movement is taxing–and the first song on the randomized iPod was this:(warning: Swedish rock music after the jump):
Jun 16 2012
Credulity strains As the expert explains That the human remains they have found Are the bones of a saint, Which I think is just quaint– You can’t prove that they ain’t, they expound. In a similar search Through the yard of a church Come some bones that may smirch someone’s name Searchers saw, with a …
May 23 2012
A comment yesterday points to this story, of the discovery of fossilized squid ink, which they say is essentially identical in composition to the ink of modern cuttlefish. “The whole machinery apparently has been locked in time and passed down through succeeding generations of cuttlefish. It’s a very optimized system for this animal and has …
May 18 2012
There is nothing so distressing As an “inadvertent blessing” Which can leave an artist messing With the sacramental wine But Sebastian Errazuriz Made a Christcicle, which sure is Bound to piss off any purist Who considers Christ “divine” Is it art, or bad behavior, Making light of our dear Savior Though his crucifixion gave your …
May 08 2012
I thought (but now, must say I thinked) Tyrannosaurs were all extinct— But now, a T-rex has been found Alive! Not fossils in the ground! The stories in the paper tell This specimen’s alive and well, And (if you can believe the News) It’s even giving interviews!
May 06 2012
No, not the skin of a Digital Cuttlefish. That would be icky. Rather, an installation at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences: 10 feet wide and 90 feet in length, this sculptural ribbon winds through the five story atrium of the museum and is made of 3600 tiles of LCD glass. It runs on …