Friday, May 11, 2007


Another Month, Another Post

The Consumerist: Shoppers Bite Back

English Russia

Skeptic's Annotated Bible / Quran / Book of Mormon

the Degree Confluence Project

Federation of American Scientists | Your Daily Dose of The Simpsons

The Simpsons Folder

Maps of War

x0xb0x: Transistorize the World

Anomalies Unlimited

A Summary of Dr. Kevorkian's Artwork

One Sentence - True stories, told in one sentence.

Equations of life

Wordie: Welcome

Write Your Name in Elvish in Ten Minutes

Quotatio : 50,000+ Quotes and Quotations

Welcome to The Computer Graphics Society

World War One Color Photos - Color Photos from World War I

Top 100 Most-Subscribed-To RSS Feeds

Welcome to The Internet Archive Wayback Machine

Lies My Teacher Told Me :: Charon, Hades, Persephone, Elysian Fields, Furies, Thanatos, Acheron, Zombies, Limbo, Greek Gods & Goddesses, Myth & Legend of the Underworld

MacroHistory: Prehistory to the 21st Century


List of Muscles



Saturday, March 31, 2007



Yes, I know this is turning into a once-monthly blog. I'm sorry. Want more? Click an ad, make me some money! Nothing motivates like mad ducats.

And with a new monthly-update comes a new format. I will leave a (sometimes) cryptic link so you may open the door and discover the wondrous treasures within.

The Ultimate Zombie Book List

Zombie Squad

Perez Hilton

The Gentleman's Page

Global Security

Birthday Trivia

Temple of the Screaming Electron

T-Shirt Hell

Tuesday, February 20, 2007


Long Time

Yes, I've been slacking. I've been busy, what with graduating, going on a trip to Hawaii, and general tomfoolery.

Also, I've been playing Urban Dead, a free web-based MMORPG based around zombies (my favorite!). Make sure you at least read the FAQ of the wiki before you start playing, or you will be very lost.

If you like Urban Dead, then you'll probably like Shartak, too.

Into cockfighting? Try BattleWang.

I guess I'm on a roll here, so I'll just finish up with a few more web-based games. Popomundo lets you become a pop music star. If you play and run into Benito Arasa De Miguel Abad, that's me -- say hi!

Travian is a city-building game based on the Romans, the Gauls, and the Teutons.

Finally, there is NationStates, a very tongue-in-cheek nation simulator created by Max Barry.

I hope you enjoy the games, and please click on an ad or two if you did -- it's the ad money that makes this worthwhile for me (and my neglected wife and child)!

Monday, December 11, 2006


Happy 60th Birthday, UNICEF!

Yep, the United Nations Children's Fund was born on December 11th, 1946 (formerly known as the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund, hence, UNICEF). This is one of my favorite charities (and the first one I ever donated to) -- I used to 'trick-or-treat for UNICEF' with my church when I was a boy. Check 'em out. Save the kids.

Today I'm going to do things a little differently. All of the links (aside from those above) are going to be of the same theme -- The Simpsons! Here are a bunch of terrific Simpsons-related sites that I have found:

The Simpsons Archive -- this site has EVERYTHING Simpsons. Episode 'capsules' give you more information about each episode than you ever wanted (or needed, really) to know. Of special interest to information junkies like myself is the FAQs, Guides & Lists section of the site. Read every chalkboard gag EVER. Learn about every computer reference made on the show. Thrill to the lyrics of all the musical numbers performed by The Simpsons. Truly a site with an incredible amount of substance.

Simpsons Channel -- a frequently updated news site. Very well designed, and has all the latest news on your favorite Springfieldinites. Also has an RSS feed for your convenience.

The Simpsons Folder
-- I love the pixel pictures of the Simpsons here. Lots of information related to production here, as well as trivia -- did you know that more people know about the Simpsons than the Constitution? God bless America!

Last Exit to Springfield -- wow. This site is amazing. Great design and tons of content. Check it.

Krustylu Studios
-- videos, forums, and news. -- images, games, news, and more.

Friday, December 01, 2006


Happy Union Day, Romania!

The first bloggers.

More anatomy. Here's a list of muscles in your body. Find out what people are really talking about when they compliment you on your mentalis. is a neat Flash photo site. From the info page: 99 Rooms is a unique internet art project that interweaves wall painting, photography, animation and sound in a manner entirely unknown until now.

Yet another page on good shopping deals around the Internet. I think I'm going to stop posting these; there are just too many of them and they all offer pretty much the same thing.

MacroHistory is a great site covering lots of history (duh) from the prehistoric to the modern age. I especially like the historical maps.

Visit the River Styx. A Flash page holding lots of philosophy with a mythological backdrop.

Here are some highlights from the book Lies My Teacher Told Me: Everything Your American History Textbook Got Wrong.

Monday, November 27, 2006


Happy Birthday, Jimi Hendrix! (This time, for real)

Oops. I jumped the gun on wishing Jimi a happy birthday. Today is his REAL birthday. Color me sheepish.

Think Progress is a news site for left-wing liberal nazis like myself.

The Bush Whacker.

Android World is your one-stop site for everything androids.

See how fast your broadband connection is at -- you can select from a variety of sites across the world that offer speed tests, and see how your transfer rate is to those locations.

Earth Album is a great example of what you can do with the Google Maps API. It combines Google Maps with Flickr, so you can see the top Flickr photos for a specific region of the world. I like all of the aurora pictures from the Northwest Territories in Canada.

Thinking Machine 4 is a cool Java chess game that makes art out of chess. Hard to explain, you just have to see it.

Learn how to play the ancient game of Go at The Interactive Way To Go.

Find out more about your IP at My IP.

Sunday, November 26, 2006


Happy Birthday, Jimi Hendrix!

That rock god, Jimi, would have been 56 years old today. If he would be a washed up burnout is debatable.

Online shoppers, check out deals of the day.

Also for you shoppers out there, check out ProductWiki to find out about the newest neat stuff out there.

Here's a humbling exercise, at least for an ignorant American like myself. See how many countries in the Middle East you can locate.

Want to know where all the time you wasted went? Find out here.

Special Topics In Calamity Physics
is a book that I understand is quite popular. I have yet to see if it's worth all the fuss, but the website is pretty cool.

Learn more about your body at Human Anatomy Online.

If you're into anatomy, you'll be interested in these excerpts from historical anatomy textbooks, hosted by the National Library of Medicine.

And if you're into anatomy, you're probably into medicine too. Here's Clinical Notes, a blog filled with all sorts of stuff for students of medicine. See also Clinical Cases and Images.

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