One thing that the Maggie-a-day project has me doing is noticing how rarely I am putting other images on Flickr. In that regard, it seems to be encouraging me to put things out there a bit more often. Additionally, it seems to force me to regularly post-process my photos.
So Flickr is not just for Maggie photos, but for some of my more creative stuff as well, and we should all be visiting it every day. Every day, people!
And I will try to make sure that there is something there to look at.
Here are a few recent photos:
|This is why you should sell your old shit on eBay, instead of just throwing it out.
You just never know.
|This is an excellent rant on how people are assigned to be “experts” by the media.
Reminds me that I saw a “dog expert” on BBC earlier this week. Not a dog trainer, or a veterinarian. Just a “dog expert”.
|Sometimes, spam is beautiful.|
|One of the most awesome video-game related bloggings I have seen:
An analysis of Pac-Man ghost behaviour.
|Add something new to the list of things that provoke inclusion on “terrorist” watchlists: Arranging screenings of documentaries on environmental issues.
Thank goodness. I mean, imagining having to sit beside somebody who enjoys environmental documentaries on a red eye …
|Ever wonder how to get bees to make you some red honey?
Here you go!
|Zoes of the world have lost their lawsuit against Renault, who will be allowed to name a car “Zoe”.|
|Have a fragile package that you’re putting through the post?
Avoid marking it as “FRAGILE”, or even “This Side Up”.
For those in the UK who feel that the snow this past week was bad, go read about a real snow storm.
(Source unknown. Found at FFFFound.)
Somewhere in the United States, there is a grade six teacher who attempted to ban writing implements from her sixth-grade students.
What could they have been doing with writing implements in their spare time? Our guess is that they must have been doodling. Which, as it turns out, is a good way to learn about mathematics.