Friday, February 29, 2008

Tillie’s Punctured Romance


From Wikipedia:

Tillie's Punctured Romance was the first feature-length comedy film from Keystone Film Company and the Christie Film Company, produced in 1914. A silent film directed by Mack Sennett, the film stars Marie Dressler, Mabel Normand, Charles Chaplin, and the Keystone Cops.

Friday Fun

Assquatch is the art of making a face out of a deer’s butt. Really.

The Smartest TV Shows of All Time, as compiled by the chairman of Mensa. Your opinions may vary.

You may have noticed the similarities between the 2008 presidential campaign and the final season of The West Wing. There’s a perfectly reasonable explanation.

The best fortune cookie ever. A little background.

Have you ever wanted to slip into the role of an internet troll, or hacker, or even start your own flame war? Try it without causing any real dmage with ForumWarz.

The water tower that turned into a house. It’s available to rent if you’re ever in Suffolk.

If you can rig your Wiimote to do open your draperies, what else can you make it do? I’d rig one to take out the trash!

Urban Legend ER. Everything you’ve been warned about happens at once. (Language warning)

Even the most carnivorous guy will eat a salad if it’s served in a cup made of bacon! The method for making them is pretty cool, too.

Don’t miss the Leap Day post at Miss Cellania!

Optimus Prime Dances!



The Evolution of Dance is the most-viewed YouTube video ever. In this relatively short parody, Optimus Prime shows off his moves! (via Gorilla Mask)

Thursday, February 28, 2008

Creature From The Haunted Sea


Comedy-Horror film from 1961. A crook decides to bump off members of his inept crew and blame their deaths on a legendary sea creature. What he doesn't know is that the creature is real.

Information Links

Beijing’s Olympic Building Boom. We’ve been reading about China’s construction plans for years, and wondered whether all those huge buildings will be ready in time for the 2008 Olympics. Now those buildings are opening for business, one by one.

An interesting study used MRI technology on the brains of jazz musicians while they played. Certain areas were turned off or off when they began to improvise, leading to some insights on creativity.

The “T Rex of the Ocean” was the biggest sea reptile on record at 50 feet. The new pliosaur species is nicknamed The Monster.

Can scientists dance? You bet they can, especially when they are illustrating their dissertations.

See an awesome collection of creative bookshelf designs. I want them all!

Waclaw Sierpinski was the mathematician who first described the math fractal that became known as the Sierpieski carpet. Andrew Pike has created a tile mosaic portrait of Sierpinski using Sierpinski carpets! (via Dump Trumpet)

The Best Way to Study: Practice Tests.

You’ve probably seen the Lamp/Lamp from designer Hironao Tsubui. It sells for ¥2,100, or about $20. But you can make your own with a steady hand and the proper glue! There is some question about how safe this is. (via the Presurfer)

A Very Blue Building. (via Dump Trumpet)

The Science of Fairy Tales. It turns out that some of that magiuc stuff is really possible -except for the “happily ever after” part, of course. Bad Astronomy has some more suggestions for this topic.

Concentric Circles Emanating From Glowing Red Dot

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Voyage To The Planet of Prehistoric Women



From Wikipedia:

Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women is a 1968 film directed by Peter Bogdanovich. The film is an adapted version of Curtis Harrington's Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet, which in turn is adapted from the Russian 1962 feature Planeta Bur by Pavel Klushantsev. No footage from Planeta Burg appears in Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women that did not appear in Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet, and much of the dubbing is the same.

Weird and Funny Links

6 Restless Corpses. This article has nothing to do with the supernatural; it’s about real bodies that just can’t seem to rest in peace, or at least had to wait for their chance.

Patrick from Denmark doesn’t limit himself to one kind of bodymod. He’s a work in progress with piercings, scarring, tattoos, and implants. (via J-Walk Blog)

Top 7 Films To Get You Laid.

The Religious History of Beer. Includes a handy beer blessing.

Medical Confessions. Five doctors spill the beans about annoying patients, malpractice, how much they drink, and more. (via Dark Roasted Blend)

The Cowboy Outfits pool on Flickr. (via Everlasting Blort)

lowercase L is a blog dedicated to signs that use uppercase letters, except for L, which makes it look like and I. I didn’t know it was so common! (via mental_floss)

The People’s Mario stars Mario as a Soviet-style worker/hero who fights the evil mushrooms. The look is reminiscent of classic propaganda posters.

41 Hilarious Science Fair Experiments. That happens when you try to do something new and different with no equipment, budget, or clue.

‘The Moment of Truth’ Finally Delivers on Its Promise to Ruin Marriages. (via Gorilla Mask)

Crimes of Carelessness


(via Everlasting Blort)

Monday, February 25, 2008

Meet John Doe


From Wikipedia:

Meet John Doe is a 1941 comedy drama film directed and produced by Frank Capra and starring Gary Cooper and Barbara Stanwyck. The film, about a "grassroots" political campaign, created unwittingly by a newspaper columnist and pursued by a wealthy businessman, became a box office hit and was nominated for an Academy Award for best original story (for Richard Connell and Robert Presnell Sr.).

Though the film is less well known than other Capra classics, it remains highly regarded today. It was ranked #49 in AFI's 100 Years... 100 Cheers.

Fun Links

On his post-Oscar show last night, Jimmy Kimmel responded to Sarah Silverman’s affair with Matt Damon. Everyone in southern California helped out.

io9 has a guide for how TV and movie producers should treat hardcore science fiction fans. (via Fark)

If you’re tired of people making fire extinguisher jokes as you blow out the candles at your birthday party, try Roman Candles. And there’s a small chance that some people might not know that L is 50. (via Grow-A-Brain)

Phun is fun! Phun is a an easy-to-use physics game in color. See a video of how it works. The program is free to download.

Watch full episodes of Star Trek: The Original Series at CBS.

Retro Sabotage is a collection of classic arcade games with a twist. I would tell you what the twist is, but it’s different for each game. (via Metafilter)

A comparison between Hillary Clinton’s and Barack Obama’s Flickr pages. (via mental_floss)

Fan-made videos also highlight the contrast between the two candidates.

The annnual Running of the Brides at Filene’s Basement in Boston. (via Fark)

How to Behave on an Internet Forum. This should be required viewing before anyone can log on to the net for the first time.

We Are Family


Live at The Forum, 1979.

Sunday, February 24, 2008

Google Maps Gone Wrong


Google Maps joins science fiction lore in this eerie video.

Saturday, February 23, 2008

Information Links

A short course on the Wikileaks story.

A timeline of the history of tattoos.

The 15 Most Bizarre Animal Mating Rituals.

A real-life Indiana Jones believes he may have traced the Ark of the Covenant to Zimbabwe. But don’t expect it to still be there waiting.

I once thought the bridges at the Outer Banks in North Carolina had to be the longest bridges ever, but they can’t hold a candle to the Ten Longest Bridges in the World. (via the Presurfer)

Blind people do not have a better sense of hearing or smell than you do. But they learn to use those senses more efficiently.

9 Medical Conditions You Couldn’t—and Shouldn’t—Do A Thing About. Of course, you will get plenty of differing advice from people who aren’t doctors. (via Look at This)

Damn Interesting takes a look at Life Without the Moon.

Aardvarchaeology has a nice article about abandoned treehouses.

Top 10 Smart and Lazy Ways to Save Your Workday. It’s not about raising your productivity; it’s about not wasting your own time.

Mark Twain on Film



Silent film footage taken in 1909 by Thomas Edison at Stormfield (CT) at Mark Twain's estate. Twain is shown walkng around his home and playing cards with his daughters Clara and Jean. The flickering is due to film deterioration, but this is the only known footage of the great author.

(via Grow-A-Brain)

Friday, February 22, 2008

The Day of the Triffids


From Wikipedia:

The Day of the Triffids is a 1962 British film adaptation of the science fiction novel of the same name by John Wyndham.

Triffids are strange fictional plants, capable of rudimentary animal-like behavior: they are able to uproot themselves and walk, possess a deadly whip-like poisonous sting, and may even have the ability to communicate with each other. On screen they vaguely resemble gigantic asparagus shoots.

Bill Masen begins the story in hospital, with his eyes bandaged. He discovers that while he has been blindfolded, an unusual meteor shower has blinded most people on Earth. Masen finds people in London struggling to stay alive in the face of their new, instantly-acquired affliction, some cooperating, some fighting: after just a few days society is collapsing.

Fun and Funny Links

The Oscars will be awarded this Sunday night, for the 80th time. Movie Poster Addict has compiled the posters for all 79 movies that have won Best Picture at the Academy Awards.

How well do you know Hollywood cars? I got 80% on this quiz, although I hadn’t seen a lot of the movies involved. (via Geek Like Me)

41 Hilarious Science Fair Experiments.

Spectacular Failures on Wheel of Fortune.

Dark Roasted Blend has a photo collection of playground sculptures that might give you nightmares. I’m sure they aren’t too frightening to the children who see them everyday, but at first glance you wonder, “What were they thinking?”

Dave Steward got fired from his job after seven years because he put a Dilbert strip on the company bulletin board. Now, Scott Adams is incorporating the story in his strip! Here's the daily Dilbert strip. (via Fark)

Moments in Sports #6. A collection of funny photos from all kinds of sports.

Improv Everywhere describes their mission as causing “scenes of chaos and joy in public places.” One of their best capers caused more joy than chaos, as they covertly set up a fancy bathroom attendant in the mens restroom at the Times Square McDonalds.

20 Movies that Make Men Cry. Your results may vary. (via YesButNoButYes)

If you are going to the Ueno Zoo in Tokyo, you want to be there on drill day. Zookeepers train for escaped animal emergencies once a year, but they can’t use real animals for drills, so they dress up as zoo animals!

Germs and You



Run! Run for your lives before the germs get you, too! (via Gorilla Mask)

Thursday, February 21, 2008

Computer Sex


I thought this was cute and worth sharing. (Thanks, Bill!)

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Freaks


I recall seeing this in the early 80s. I read that it was banned for being "disturbing". It's not. It's a great story about human marvels. From Wikipedia:

Freaks
is a 1932 horror film about sideshow performers, directed and produced by Tod Browning.

The film was based on Tod Robbins' short story Spurs. Tod Browning took the exceptional step of casting real people with deformities as the eponymous sideshow "freaks," rather than using costumes and makeup. Director Browning had been a member of a traveling circus in his early years, and much of the film was drawn from his personal experiences. He intended to portray the classic moral of how outer beauty does not necessarily equate to inner beauty. In the film, the physically deformed "freaks" are inherently trusting and honorable people, while the real monsters are two of the "normal" members of the circus who conspire to murder one of the performers to obtain his large inheritance.

Reaction to this film was so intense that Browning, famed at the time for his collaborations with Lon Chaney, Sr. and for directing Bela Lugosi in Dracula (1931), had trouble finding work afterwards, and this in effect brought his career to an early close. Because its deformed cast was shocking to moviegoers of the time, the film was banned in the United Kingdom for thirty years.

Wives are Precious



Thanks, Jan!

Lunar Eclipse Tonight!






















Finally, a lunar eclipse visible from America during a convenient time! We have a total lunar eclipse tonight (February 20th) which should turn the moon red as Earth’s shadow passes over it. Maximum eclipse will be at 10:26 PM EST and 7:26 PST. Besides North and South America, the eclipse will be visible from western Europe and western Africa.

Censored Count

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Happy Anniversary to the Neighborhood!

Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood is 40 years old today, and still airs on PBS, although beloved host Fred Rogers died in 2003.

From Wikipedia:

The first broadcast of Misterogers' Neighborhood was on the National Educational Television network on February 19, 1968. When NET ceased broadcasting in 1970, the series moved to PBS. The show would be renamed to its more-familiar three word title, Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, in 1971.


In honor of the occasion, here are some Mister Rogers links:

15 Reasons Mister Rogers Was the Best Neighbor Ever.

Mister Rogers addresses the US Senate in 1969.

Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood official site at PBS.

An anniversary broadcast from NPR today.

Some Fun Links

A review of colored pencils from the view of a young graphic designer who so far has only used a computer. (via b3ta)

Carl Zimmer of The Loom has collected so many that he’s moved tham out of Flickr and launched a new site called Carl Zimmer's Science Tattoo Emporium. If you have a science tat, you’re invited to submit a picture and the story behind it.

American Trash: 15 of America’s Filthiest Homes only has two pictures, but each of the 15 cases is linked to the original news story in case you want to see more. (via the Presurfer)

I love noodles! (via b3ta)

A song created entirely from music and sound effects found in Windows XP and Windows98.

High Voltage Cake. (via Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories)

Beware of Invisible Cows.

Comcast Network Management Flow Chart.

CoBaCoLi is sort like billiards, except the object is to knock a ball against the wall of the same color. Easy to play, eevn if you don’t do so well the first time. (via Dump Trumpet)

Star Wars: A Cardboard Hope


I loved this. Especially the KFC helmet. Get a better look at the props here. (via b3ta)

Monday, February 18, 2008

Abraham Lincoln


In honor of Presidents Day, here's a full length biography of president Llincoln from 1930. Walter Huston stars as Lincoln. Directed by DW Griffith.

Visit Miss Cellania for some real Presidents Day silliness.

Informative Links

Seven Deadly Delicacies.

Enjoy a gallery of amazing images from scanning tunneling microscopes. These are pictures taken at the molecular level.

How does a flame act in outer space? They form tiny little floating flame balls. Sounds dangerous.

20 Things I'm Glad Life Taught Me. Take these to heart and you won’t have to learn from the school of hard knocks. My favorite is #16.

What makes a great portrait? 19 professional photographers give their opnions.

Design your dream office. No matter what your budget is, you’ll find something useful in these tips.

100 Ways to Use Your iPod to Learn and Study Better. And your parents thought you were just listening to music!

The Evolution of Car Logos.

Can’t We Talk? A primer on male-female communication. (via Look at This)

This week’s weird news roundup.

Flamingo Flamenco



I dare you not to laugh. This is a clip from the PBS series NATURE on PBS, the episode entitled "Andes: The Dragon's Back." (via Ursi’s Blog)

Sunday, February 17, 2008

Fish Heads


From Barnes and Barnes. I’ve played this on radio many times, but have never seen the video til now. (via Metafilter)

Saturday, February 16, 2008

In the Lives of Bloggers

I am so saddened to hear that Brainhell has died. He was diagnosed with ALS four years ago. He started his blog to document the process. Brainhell leaves a wife and two young children.

Nathan is keeping a blog about his life with his wife Tricia, who has cystic fibrosis. She was awaiting a double lung transplant when she found out she was pregnant. She and the baby each were given a 50-50 chance of surviving. Tricia underwent a Caesarian section January 8th, and Gwyneth Rose was welcomed into the world at 1 pound, 6 ounces. You can read the short version of the story in this post. Then read and bookmark Nathan’s blog Confessions of a CF Husband. Tricia also has a blog, called My Blog. Try keep a box of hankies handy when you read. And then say a prayer.

Lori at Clueless in Carolina is in the unenviable position of wresting control of her mother’s affairs for her own good. Alzheimer’s is heartbreaking. And scary.

Omegamom’s grandma died earlier this month. She was 104.

Actor212 at Simply Left Behind is waiting for the results of his second skin cancer biopsy.

While this post is mostly prayer requests, there is some good news.

Congratulations to Evil Richard at YesButNoButYes and his wife on the birth of their daughter Evan!

Congratulations to Cory Doctorow at Boing Boing on the birth of a daughter! I would put her name here, but I’m sure to get it wrong somewhere.

Office Orchestra


This ad from Hewlitt Packard features a group of office workers performing Mozart on coffee cups and office equipment. I waited in vain for someone to spill water on a laptop. (Thanks, Jan!)

Friday, February 15, 2008

My Man Godfrey


From 1936. Classic screwball comedy starring Carole Lombard and William Powell and directed by Gregory La Cava.

Coney Island Freaks


The freak show of yesteryear died out because of modern sensibilities that say it’s not right to stare at someone because of an accident of birth. This was too bad for human oddities who at one time would have become rich from such shows. But the Coney Island freakshow is not dead, it’s just different. It’s still OK to stare at people because of what they do instead of what they are. At Side Shows By The Seashore in Coney Island you’ll find modern day freaks who work hard to get your attention by performing amazing and bizarre acts for your amusement. Check out a post at mental_floss that looks at both eras of the freak show.

Friday Fun

Where in the World is Osama bin Laden? Morgan Spurlock’s new movie takes on the world’s biggest mystery.

Fun with Venn and Euler Diagrams.

8 Examples Of What Happens When Geeks Have Children. So adorable, so doomed.

Things that have been eaten by trees. This includes a case where police can tell how long a car has been parked by the counting the rings in a tree trunk.

Cookie Monster answers James Lipton’s version of the Proust Questionnaire on National Public Radio. COWABUNGA!

A Game Show Moment. I dare you to try and not laugh.

The classic connundrum. He wants to get laid, she wants to be loved. In this video, he tries to take advantage of a bit of a communication problem.

The 5 Ballsiest Con Artists of All Time.

These stick-on eyes will make you seem alert while you get some real shut eye at your desk! Too bad I couldn’t find out who is actually selling these.

New York City has redesigned their free condoms. Now they say “get some”.

What Would Wolves Do?


(via Everlasting Blort)

Thursday, February 14, 2008

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull


I don't care how old he is, Harrison Ford is still hot!

Valentines Day Links

The ABCs of Love. A nonsensical poem and candy hearts add up to a sweet valentine.

14 Horrible Moments in Valentines Day History. Kinda brings the romantic mood down just a little. (via Cynical-C)

How men really feel about Valentines Day.

My Bloody Valentine.

The Science of Kissing. Pucker up, baby, and let’s find out if we are well suited to produce offspring! Or maybe not.

Scientist Valentines.

More Geeky Science Valentines.

And one more.

Valentine gifts for the geek in your life.

Where do those Valentines Day roses come from? In America, most travel from Colombia and Ecuador. In Europe, they are likely to have been grown in Ethiopia.

Sometimes you can plan the perfect Valentines Day down to the smallest detail, and it still blows up in your face.

So, you’re alone on Valentines Day. What to do?

In North Chicago, seven well-dressed men were lined up against a wall and shot through their backs. What really happened at the St. Valentines Day Massacre, February 14, 1929.

Lots more links with Valentines Gone Bad at Miss Cellania.

The Danish Poet



An Academy-Award winning love story about how the author’s parents met. The sweetness is balanced by falling cows, hungry goats, and hair that grows way too long. Directed by Torill Kove and narrated by Liv Ullman. The famous novelist referenced is Sigrid Unset. (via Grow-A-Brain)

Part Two

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Valentine Greeting #2

Informative Links

The Genovese Syndrome: When Nobody Helps. Revisiting the case of the brutal murder of Kitty Genovese in 1964, and the people who didn't call for help.

America’s 50 Greenest Cities. The list is not all that surprising, but the notes on some are fascinating.

The 20 Worst Foods in America. This ranking is based on their impact on your health; no doubt they taste pretty good.

Victoria Falls is on the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe. It is 360 feet tall. At the top is a natural rock pool, called Devil’s Pool, where the water is relatively calm. The pictures are bound to make you just a little nervous. Or a lot. (via Dark Roasted Blend)

Weirdest Things Found in Sewers and Drains. Just because you can flush it down the toilet doesn’t mean it’s gone forever.

Where did the myth of using only 10% of our brain power come from? We humans are wasteful, but not THAT wasteful!

A beautifully preserved fossil of a tiny pterosaur has been discovered in China. And he’s just plain adorable!

Business executives say that Tuesday is the most productive day of the week. And that’s when I’ll gladly pay you for a hamburger today.

How to get optimally wired from your caffeine. It’s good to know that my drug of choice comes with such scientifically explicit instructions.

The Best Sandwiches in America. There are some here I wouldn't even try.

A Love Poem


From Matt Sloan of Blame Society Productions.

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

The Hitch-Hiker


Actress Ida Lupino stepped behind the camera to direct this tour de force psychodrama. Two old army buddies head off on a fishing vacation. One misstep puts them in the clutches of a sadistic serial killer on the lam.

Edmund O'Brien and Frank Lovejoy put in memorable performances as the hapless vacationers, but this movie belongs to William Talman (Perry Mason's DA 'Hamilton Burger') as the psycho killer who will do anything to escape into Mexico.

This thriller makes its mark by breaking the rules of standard film noir. There's no femme fatale, and the shadowy urban streets are replaced by the blinding, merciless heat of the Sonoran desert.

Links for Fun

Cover the Red Spot. The object of the game is to cover the red spot completely with five of the gray spots. Very difficult. (via Dump Trumpet)

Spin the Black Circle. Gravity does the work in this game, all you have to do is rotate the circle, allowing the ball to fall through the maze. It seems simple, but it’s not easy! (via b3ta)

Seating the Orchestra. You might feel bad about it, but you will laugh.

College really isn’t neccessary. Maybe not, but this kid needs an attitude adjustment.

In this Flickr set, four-year-olds answer the question, “ What do old people look like?” (via Boing Boing)

Mother Bridge of Love. The classic poem read by Amy Tan with illustrations. Make sure you have your hankies ready.

Over 900 New Yorkers participate in the 7th Annual No Pants! subway ride. Observers seem to take it as just another day in the city.

The Real Bad Boys Of Music. Meet six who make trashing a hotel room look like a community service.

Indiana Jones 4: The Scripts that weren’t. A look at previously-unused Indiana Jones scripts that may or may not contain spoilers for the new movie, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. We just don’t know yet.

Police departments are dealing with budget cutbacks which leave them without proper bagpipes. That doesn’t mean they will do without.

Valentine Greeting #1

Don't send a lame Valentine's Day eCard. Try JibJab Sendables!

PostSecret - A Valentine Video



A Valentines Day music video from PostSecret. This week’s secrets are all about love, both sweet and heartbreaking.

Monday, February 11, 2008

Good Reads and Information

The HumanCar goes at highway speeds on human power. Is it a Flintstones car or a railroad handcar? Or a glorified exercise machine? Read an interview with HumanCar inventor Chuck Greenwood.

US Border Security might copy the contents of your laptop, phone, or Blackberry. They might even take your equipment and keep it for years. You may want to dump all your data before traveling.

Fascinating discussion at Moxie on first-date sex.

Verify political campaign claims at FactCheck.org. This non-partisan site is a wonderful resource, but depressing in that it’s neccessary.

The race for the first carbon-neutral, zero-emissions community is on. The market is hot for green and guilt-free ecotopias.

Dozens of Gambino-related mobsters were arrested this week, and their bizarre nicknames were made public. Here’s the origin of mob nicknames.

The Evolution of Tech Company Logos. They started out so different from what they are now.

The Most Organized Shantytown on Earth. Dignity Village in Portland, Oregon was founded by 8 homeless people and now has a village council, 24-hour security, and a website.

The department of “what might have been” looks at the Sun Gun. The Nazis were working on a space station with a mirror to focus deadly rays on their enemies.

Three Smart Things You Should Know About Leap Years.

Thomas Edison

Happy Birthday to inventor Thomas Edison, who was born on February 11, 1847. If he's had the foresight to invent a longevity machine, he'd be 161 years old today.

Thomas Edison received his first patent in 1869, at the age of 23. It was for an "electrographic vote recorder," which allowed a legislator to cast a vote for or against an issue by turning a switch either left or right. It was a complete flop, ironically because it was too efficient and interfered with the ability of pols to lobby for vote-switching -- something that was commonly done during the time it took to count votes by hand.

Edison eventually held 1,093 patents. Whenever you flip on a light switch, listen to music, or watch a video, Edison had a hand in it. Wired has a condensed look at Edison’s career. See a video of Edison talking about the light bulb.

Edison complained that his first wife wasn't a great inventor. He proposed to his second wife via Morse Code. And then there was that incident with the elephant... Read Ten Fascinating Facts about Thomas Edison.

A Debate You'd Watch


A video combining politics, strippers, and comedy. No wonder I immediately posted this to YesButNoButYes. And it looks like they’ve figured out a way to get more people involved in the electoral process, or at least get them to watch a debate. (Thanks, John!)

Sunday, February 10, 2008

The Blego Meme

Looks like I have been tagged for a meme! Caroline at Drops of Blood said she enjoys my writing. Huh? Well, it was a group notice. Anyhoo, here's how it goes:


First, the rules, as they were ’splained to me:

  • The person tagged must copy the word (”Blego”) and paste the definitions of the word contributed previously by the people who did the meme.
  • A link back would be nice, but not necessary.
  • The person tagged must then add his/her own definition in this format “yourname.com’s definition” and place your link. Being creative with the acronym is encouraged.
  • Answer the following questions.
  • Tag 5 other people to do the meme.

DEFINING BLEGO … SO FAR … :

  • Blego (evilwoobie.com’s definition) - n. an acronym of “blog ego,” which pertains to a blogger’s sense of self in the blogosphere.
  • Blego (Darkside-Dreamland.com’s definition) - n. a protologism combining blog and ego. Used to define the ego of a blog or blogger. Like personal ego, blego may be good or bad.
  • Blego (benbarden.com’s definition) - n. a toy for children to build with but with a B in front.
  • BLEGO (WoganMay.com’s definition) - abbr. Breaking Little Enterprises - Godzilla Organizations.
  • Blego (Blogosis.com’s definition) - n. An Eggo waffle and a blog mixed together. I don’t know what this would look like, but maybe I can come up with a prototype.
  • Blego (amid.com’s definition) - expression. “Bleh, let’s go!” If you’re being forced to go somewhere or do something, by your spouse or friends, just slur those words together and get “blego.” It is usually said after a big sigh. For example, “Do I have to? Hrmph! Blego!”
  • Blego (ScribblesAndWords.com’s definition) - n. The film that coats the back of your throat when trying to talk while crying. When Sally took Bill’s lollipop, Bill began to cry. Eventually he’d built up so much blego I could no longer make out his shouts that justice be served.”
  • BLEGO (DropsofBlood.com’s definition) - acronym. Acronym for an uncritical acceptance of people of all body sizes (and people with non-standard body part sizes) at sex parties (those things we always wish we’d get invited to). Stands for “Big? Little? Everyone’s Good! Orgy!” Example: “Put down that doughnut, Big Ruthie, and get on your fancy panties, ’cause we’re going to the Friday night BLEGO.”
NOW MY DEFINITION
Well duh. I knew what the word meant as soon as I heard it, and I hadn't even read the other definitions. A blego is a blog about Legos. The premiere blego is The Brothers Brick.

THE BLEGO FUN ISN’T OVER! HERE’S AN ORGY OF QUESTIONS

1 - Do you know what your blog is really about, and can you write a one-sentence promotional statement for it? If yes, write it here.

Miss Cellania is full of humor and links on a different subject each day.
Miss C Recommends is a linkdump of humor, information, politics, movies, and other stuff.
Neatorama has the neatest links and information on the web
YesButNoButYes is the greatest pop culture blog on the planet, or maybe not.
Mental Floss makes you feel smart.
I must admit, all of those sentences were written a long time ago.

2 - Do you join social networks to promote your blog? If yes, do you hope to find friends in these social networks and in the process get regular readers for your blog?

Yes, but it seems to be more trouble than it's worth. But promotion is half the game, so I play.

3 - Do you, or do you plan to, join ranking sites that put your blog in competition with others for popularity? If yes, do you plan to monitor your stats regularly?

I've done it, but they don't bring much traffic. I don't monitor them anymore.

4 - Do you tweak your blog often in accordance with the tips you get from blogging guide and gurus? If yes, list the bloggers you visit often to obtain these tips.

If I come across an article with tips, I read it, but rarely find anything new that I'm not doing already.

5 - Do you think of your next post even if you have just written a new one? If yes, list your inspirations for posting, and/or some routines that you go through before posting.

I have several posts planned out days ahead for my site. I collect links and jokes, and post them when I get enough material on a particular subject. I am a scraper, meaning I spend most of my time looking for stuff on the net. While I am collecting material for the blogs that pay me, I also find things that I can use on my own site. For the other sites, I am constantly searching for inspiration anywhere. I can produce the material, but I have a hard time thinking up a subject that hasn't been done recently.

Tag Time!

If you want to participate in this meme, consider yourself tagged.

Friday, February 08, 2008

Where I star in a romance novel...

I've posted before about Book By You, a service that plugs your name and personal details into a romance novel. They've got several stories to select from, and the newest is "Click on Love", about cyber dating. Now THAT's right up my alley!

Our irresistible heroine, Miss Cellania gives up online dating for good but her best friend Omegamom, secretly posts her profile on a website, and discovers a charming admirer that just might be her friend's perfect match. A chance real-life meeting with George Clooney the handsome, passionate new guy in town, divides our heroine's attention, and Miss is torn between instant chemistry that makes her knees weak and instant messages that speak to her heart!
Miss is persuaded to give online dating another try

Miss viewed Omegamom suspiciously, with a green-eyed gaze as she grabbed a chair from the kitchen table and joined her friend in front of the computer. "What are you up to?" she asked knowing Omegamom all too well.
"It's Discreet Dates dot com."
"Yeah, so."
Omegamom turned, with a mischievous grin.
"No, Omegamom! I told you, I'm done!"
"Okay, so don't get mad yet," she pleaded.
"No way, Omegamom! Never again! Remember all that talk about trying too hard?"
"Well, I didn't say don't try at all! I'm worried about you. You haven't been on a date in nearly a year-"
"Six months and I haven't had time. Omegamom, we have to get our new business off the ground," Miss protested, running a hand through her blonde hair.
Omegamom ignored her friend's interruption, not missing a beat, "Seriously, Miss, I'm thinking you're turning into a hermit and it's time to drag you out of your shell!"
"You're exaggerating, as usual. Besides, the memory of Melroy bringing his mother on our first date still haunts me.�
"I think Discreet Dates can help."...

MissC and Hotlips212: An anonymous online chat

MissC: Why are men so infuriating?

Hotlips212: If you can tell me why women are so bewildering then maybe I can answer your question.

Miss gazed at the screen of her laptop as she sat at the head of her bed, still dressed in her robe, sipping coffee.

MissC: The age-old argument. I guess we'll never figure it out.

Hotlips212: What fun would it be if we did? I mean if I knew the mystery of why the sight of a beautiful woman makes me weak and warm all over, or why her scent and the touch of her velvety skin on mine drives me wild with desire, maybe the magic would be lost.

Stirred by his words Miss inhaled deeply before responding.

MissC: Good point, but I still hate men sometimes.

Hotlips212: There's a fine line between love and hate, MissC. You've just got to figure out how, and when, to cross it.

Miss and George: A chance meeting at a coffee shop

"Can I get your coffee?" George offered, his striking brown eyes locked onto hers as they both moved to the front of the line.
"No, really that's okay. You've done enough. Thanks for helping things along. I would've been stuck in this line forever."
"Nonsense," he replied, and then spoke to the barista. "Large coffee, black please, and a..."
"I'll have the same with a little cream," she said, pushing an errant strand of blonde hair from her forehead.
When the barista turned to prepare their drinks, George offered his hand to Miss. "George Clooney."
"Nice to meet you, Mr. Clooney. I guess chivalry isn't dead. I'm Miss Cellania," she replied taking his hand in hers and feeling her skin warm to his touch. Her green eyes conveyed a spark from within and Miss felt her heart skip a beat at the sight of his smile.
"Um, I was just wondering," he hesitated, "would you like to meet for coffee again here tomorrow? A little earlier and we could probably get a table."
Miss smiled, pleasantly surprised by the invitation. In contrast to her usual cautionary nature, she decided to take a chance - there was just something about this man...

A little heat in the back of a limo...
George slid in beside Miss in the back of the silver, stretch limousine and within moments they were locked in a passionate kiss. Briefly pulling away from him Miss reached to the door and hit the button raising the glass partition and then returned to run her fingers through his salt and pepper hair.
"Its been a long time, George," she whispered seductively, as she pressed her parted lips against his. He felt the smooth wetness of the gloss from her lips reignite the stirring in his body that had been smoldering all night. His desire could not be contained and he reached up pulling her closer, feeling her silky smoothness. Not to be outdone, Miss removed his bow tie and began to quickly unfasten the buttons on his shirt as George lifted her dress, and pulled her over him, her legs straddling his lap.
"Miss," George moaned raggedly, as she released the button securing his pants...

DANG! Just when it was starting to get good!

To read the rest of the story, I'd have to buy a book. You can order your own personalized novel at Book By You.

The Iron Mask


From 1929. Douglas Fairbanks, Sr. once again plays D'Artagnan as he did in "The Three Musketeers" in 1921.

The Naked Campaign



















Illustrator Steve Brodner is sketching the candidates in on ongoing series of animations for The New Yorker called The Naked Campaign. There are eleven videos so far. I especially enjoyed Odd Couples, featuring Hillary Clinton and Barck Obama as entertainment icons. His latest is Mad World, where he gives the candidates tattoos of the states they’ve won. (via Metafilter)

Funny Links

A fifth-grader who belongs in the NBA. Or maybe the Harlem Globetrotters!

100 things you can do with Google Maps. There are mashups for purposes from looking up zip codes to finding a public toilet.

What happens when a bored bumblebee finds an electric razor? This is just bizarre enough that you’ll want to swallow your coffee before you look.

The 10 Star Wars Toys that Unintentionally Look Like Other Celebrities. Would it have been so hard to make them look like the actors who played the parts?

7 Viral Videos You Didn't Know Were Staged (and How They Did It).

Domino's Monday-Wednesday Coupons "Aren't Valid On Tuesday". This conversation is plenty funny to those of us who already ate pizza somewhere else.

The 2008 Presidential Candidates: What will they look like in four years? (via Grow-A-Brain)

The Weird News of the Week.

The Retro Fun and Games House. Decorate your home like the videogame star you are! Or were when you were young.

Seven Habits of Highly Effective Spaceship Captains. Hey, it works in the movies, why not for the rest of us? (via Geek Like Me)

How about a video of a chicken playing pool? She’s pretty good at it, too!

The Dark Knight Trailer in Lego



Even the smallest scraps of the biggest movies from Hollywood are fodder for Lego masters. Keshen must’ve started working on this the minute the Dark Knight trailer hit theaters.

Thursday, February 07, 2008

Informative Links

British scientists have created an embryo with the genetic material of three people. This opens up a whole new area of bioethics.

The Silk Rope and the Golden Cage. A look at the brutal lives of the mad sultans of the Ottoman Empire, including weird Ibrahim, fratricidal Murad IV, and the women who pulled the strings behind the throne.

Nine Secrets Health Insurers Don’t Want You to Know. (via the Presurfer)

A chemist chef gives a glimpse of cooking seen as a series of chemical reactions. Once you know exactly how your processes happen, you can control them. Yes, he unboiled an egg.

7 lottery winners who lost their millions. This is why they call the lottery “a tax on people who are bad at math.”

Eyewitness testimony results in many convictions, even when it’s just plain wrong. Misattribution is another memory quirk that average person doesn’t know about.

Top Eight Most Poisonous Animals. Most live in Australia, where people wear thongs on their feet year-round. (The more correct term would be Most Venomous)

Top Ten Do-It-Yourself Home Projects. I’ve got to try the automatic pantry light!

11 Tips for Increasing Your Metabolism. (via the Presurfer)

Scarlet Street


"When a man in mid-life crisis befriends a young women, her venal fiancé persuades her to con him out of some of the fortune she thinks he has." Directed by Fritz Lang, written by Dudley Nichols based on André Mouézy-Éon's play, 1945.

Gung Hay Fat Choy!


新年快乐

Happy Chinese New Year!


Today marks the beginning of the Year of the Rat. The 15 day holiday, or Spring Festival, will continue through February 22nd, with is the day of the Lantern Festival.

The painting is by artist H.H. Wong, who has painted all the zodiac.

Wednesday, February 06, 2008

Funny Links

The Jedi Ginsu.

The Science of Superheroes. How eight of our favorite superheroes defy basic laws of physics, which only makes us love them more!

Where are ya from? Dildo, Newfoundland, Canada.

The Top Ten Giant Movie Monsters. From Godzilla to the Sta-Puf Man to a bird as big as a battleship! (audio NSFW)

The Great British Venn Diagram helps you visualized the difference between England, Great Britain, the British Isles, and the United Kingdom. How citizens of these areas feel about it is a whole different story.

What is the manliest manly dish you could serve for Superbowl Sunday? Carl served a Baconpig, a hotdog wrapped in ground pork wrapped in bacon. In a pig shape.

The 15 Craziest Personal Names. (via the Presurfer)

12 Website FAQs We Suspect Aren't Asked That Frequently.

Rambo’s kill stats.

History made of whole cloth. This is how much of the information on the internet is generated.

Lakai Fully Flared Intro



I won’t tell you what happens, but it’s mesmerizing. You can see more here. (via YesButNoButYes)

Tuesday, February 05, 2008

Information Links

The Sinking Palace is a nickname for the Basilica Cistern below Istanbul. Built by the Byzantine Empiror Justinianus I in the sixth century, the cistern once held enough water for the entire city. The cistern was forgotten for hundreds of years until rediscovered by a Dutch traveler in the 1500s.

Six Incredible Star Forts. These are communities surrounded by a wall, road, or waterway shaped like a star. Although some have been around for hundreds of years, their real beauty shines when seen from the sky.

Cellphone companies ranked for customer service. Yeah, I have T-Mobile. I was the envy of all wehn I got it, because we didn't have a T-Mobile dealer in town then.

From National Geographic, a photo gallery of caves all over the world. This just scrapes the surface (as it were) of the beauty found underground.

Worldometers brings you real-time statistic on world population, health, environmental issues, and more. The stastistic of the month is the price of a bottle of beer in Zimbabwe, and it just goes up and up and up. (Thanks, Bill!)

You know how sometimes you can’t remember a word that on the tip of your tongue? Even synaesthetes who can taste words have that problem.

A monument to Lost Love in Florida. (via Unique Daily)

History’s Greatest Gadgets. Ancient batteries and calculators show that human ingenuity is as old as the hills.

Scientists are finding clues about why water is so utterly weird. You may not realize it because water is so familiar to us, but it acts very different from other liquids.

Mardi Gras


New Orleans, 1941. The celebrations were cancelled the next year until World War II was over.

Monday, February 04, 2008

The Amazing Quest of Mr. Ernest Bliss


Cary Grant plays Earnest Bliss a rich socialite, who inherits his fortune, and makes a bet with his therapist that he can make a living for one year using none of his current wealth. 1936.

Links for Fun

A tarsier takes a good look at you. With the clever audio, this could easily beat the dramatic prairie dog.

Cheeseburger in a can? What does it taste like?

You can make your own Light Emitting Pegboard Display. It’s a marquee for the modern age. Change the design or message whenever you want!

How to rip someone's heart out and rip off their head. For a cinematic special effect, of course. What did you think I meant?

Take a look inside the brains of mice on drugs. In an interactive cartoon. Made by scientists.

On a cold Saturday in New York City, the world’s largest train station came to a sudden halt. Over 200 Improv Everywhere Agents froze in place at the exact same second for five minutes in the Main Concourse of Grand Central Station. (via YesButNoButYes)

Headline of the week: Police: Crack Found in Man's Buttocks. (via Fark)

Still Life. A spooky short film about the dangers of fighting the need for sleep on the road. Better to be late than...

The 15 Craziest Personal Names. (via the Presurfer)

Worst Valentine's Gift Ever.

Frontier Psychiatrist


From The Avalanches. (via Mookie)

Sunday, February 03, 2008

Blogroll Amnesty Day

A year ago today, there was a bit of a shakeup in the political Blogophere when Atrios declared Blogroll Amnesty Day. He then dumped a large part of his blogroll, which set off some resentment and hard feelings among those that were dropped and others who thought it an underhanded and totally misnamed tactic. A year later, Jon Swift encourages everyone to open up their blogrolls to give smaller blogs an opportunity to be publicized.

I am all about links here at Miss C Recommends. I want to expand my own sphere of information, and try to check out blogs I’ve never read before as much as I can. You should, too. All that smaller blogs are asking is that you try them out. They will sink or swim according to whether they connect with readers. If you find something you like, you’d certainly want to recommend them. If you want to check out some new political blogs you’ve never encountered before, there are recommendations at Simply Left Behind today. Jon Swift is posting links to many Blogroll Amnesty Day posts which contain more link lists. Skippy the Bush Kangaroo has quite a few posts on this.

Super Friends


(via Cynical-C)

Bloggers Big Bang

PhotobucketRennyBA from Norway suggested I join in something called the Blogger's Big Bang. There's a list of blogs that have joined, and I think I will, too. It gives me a huge bunch of new links to check out -maybe you'd like to try some, too! The list is at a blog called Attitude, the Ultimate Power.

1-Attitude, the Ultimate Power 2-Juliana's Site 3-Rusin Roundup 4-Grow Rich Along With Me 5-Comedy Plus 6-lynda's loft 7-Amel's Realm 8-MAX 9-Speedcat Hollydale 10-Mariuca 11-Complain Complain Complain 12-Mariuca's Perfume Gallery 13-Life Is A Roller Coaster 14-Sugar Queen's Dream 15-First Time Dad 16-Life 17-My Life 18-The Painted Veil 19-My Thoughts 20-DatCurious.com 21-Little Aussie Cynic 22-A Nice Place in the Sun 23-DatMoney.com 24-The Down Side OF Up 25-Ladyjava's Lounge 26-Cat Tales 27-moms.....check nyo 28-Colorado Baby 29-It's a Woman's World 30-ENLIGHTENED BITS 31-My View of "It" 32-My Reviews and Finds Along the Way 33-Our Hep Chat 34-Rantings of a Woman 35-The Callalily Space 36-Mom Knows Everything 37-Hazel 38-Chronicles and Tales Unlimited (RED) 39-From the Mouth of Jabber Jaws 40-Sunny Side Up Foodie & Lifestyle 41-Carmel Corn 42-Daily Stock Picks 43-The Whole New World 44-Wifespeak 45-Slavery Bliss 46-Rooms of My Heart 47-Unpredictable Life 48-My Life, My World 49- At Your Service 50-All About Ebay 51-Everything Amazon 52-Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out 53-My So-Called Site 54-New Wife Blog 55-Tendre Poison 323 56-Nick's Bytes 57-My Scratch Pad 58-Choc Mint Girl 59-Life Is Just Around the Corner... 60-Amori, poseia, art... virtuali by Hanna 61-Maryannaville 62-monaco - monaco's 63-Nyumix's Blog 64-read my mind - my keyboard monologues 65-Shower You Children With Love - The Right Way 66-Secret Agent Mama 67-Pinaymama's Diary 68-Answers to the Questions 69-Work of the Poet 70-A Total Blog 71-My life, my hope, my future 72-NORTE 73-A Window to Our World 74-Life as a Mom 75-FIELD OF DREAMS 76-lisgold 77-See Me for What You 78-Caught in The Stream 79-Pinay Mommy Online - My Home 80-foster me up 81-CRUEL VIRGIN 82-Garden of Moments in Blog 83-So Cute 84-Love Everlasting 85-WeLcOmE To My CriB 86-WELCOM TO PINAYSMILE'S JOURNEY 87-Ice's Icelog 88-Jenny's Wandering Thoughts 89-Hobbies and Such 90-Sweet Paradise 91-Mommy's Gibble Gabbles 92-Rusin Review's 93-My Small World 94-Little Peanut 95-Online Ramblings 96-My Mood My Feeling 97-BLOG it with ALLEN 98-Entertainment World 99-Let's Go Singapore 100-Firelynx 101-Catsy Carpe Diem 102-Every Beat Of My Heart 103-Always Da Fresh Princess 104-Listening.. 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