Callooh! Callay! 08-20-10
Hello, me loves! Time for another serving of goodies from the Internet. Prepare for adventure!
- Neil Gaiman shares what to do should you find yourself in a fairytale.
- Two offerings from Dark Roasted Blend: Unusual Stamps From Around the World, and The Evolution of the Camera.
- Perhaps I ought to make a list for my kids to find and read one day, for my daughter and/ or my son.
- Oh Firefox, you naughty, naughty kit. XD
- for the Japanophiles out there, courtesy of Pink Tentacle: Vintage Tokyo Subway Manner Posters, and the many degrees of Japanese Traditional Apologizing.
- Wow, the manholes in Japan look amazing. To think it's a different design for every prefecture.
- First cousin twice removed? How does that work?
Einstein his Radness!
- What do atheists turn to in difficult times? Read, and think.
- Adam Savage tells us what it is to be Food for the Eagle.
- The Horror! The... uh... horror?
- Do you still remember when someone hugged a man in his underwear, and was proud of it? Here's the hug-ee Tristan's response.
- The roadmap of Creativity. Have to say it, it really does feel like this sometimes.
- Demistifying the Creative Process. You've seen and have been wowed by creative people. Guess what -- you can be that too.
- Who needs to know how to get to sleep easier? I do!
- The Lifetime Guide to Staying Emotionally Healthy. This, I definitely need, too.
- The Art of Taking Your Life as Your Teacher. As my good counselor friend Miguel shared with me, What is Life trying to teach you right now?
- A couple from a past Carousel post from Gala Darling: Living for Ourselves, and Self Doubt, SWSX, and the Evils of Comparison, from Halcyon.
I just realized Beat It carries the same meaning as the first stanza of Rudyard Kipling's If.
For all the Joey Gordon-Levitt fans out there!
He certainly looks, uh, rather happy. XD