Friday, September 28, 2007

Information, useful or not.

How did people make toast before electric toasters? By setting a gadget over a fire or a stove burner. This site has some of these antique implements for sale, with descriptions on how they were used. (via Grow-A-Brain)

The man who saved the world by doing ...nothing.

The proper procedure for bringing your own wine to a restaurant.

Recipe for poutine.

Caffeine Facts.

The longest non-stop flight ever measured. Yes, it was a bird! A bar-tailed godwit flew 7,145 miles from Alaska to New Zealand—without taking a break for food or drink.

Follow Aurora Borealis season with online webcams and galleries.

Crocodiles have a powerful homing instinct. Move them, and they’ll travel hundred of miles to get home. This just-released study is the last paper by Steve Irwin.

Ten full-length classic movies available online, ranging from the chilling Nosferatu to the heartwarming It’s A Wonderful Life. All worth watching!

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