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.

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