Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Good Reads

Find out which radio stations are already playing wall-to-wall Christmas music in your area, with this list from 100000watts.com.

The top 10 IT disasters of all time. Yes, I would agree that almost starting World War II deserves the top spot.

A parent’s guide to buying video games.

The germiest places in America. (via J-Walk Blog)

Amazing Linguistic Coincidences.

How to memorize anything.

A colony of fruit bats in northern Queensland was invaded and destroyed by poisonous ticks. Several baby bats were rescued and are being raised by staff at an animal rescue center. See a half-dozen adorable baby bats wrapped in bankets and enjoying their bottles. (via Unique Daily)

NASA has developed a new bargain-basement approach to satellite manufacture and delivery. Is it just me, or is there something frightening about NASA bragging on how cheap they are?

Fifteen castles, each built by a non-architect, without contractors or professional builders.

Holiday Shipping Deadlines from the US Postal Service.

One of the earliest references to a controlled experiment is from Daniel in the Old Testament of the Bible.

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