Saturday, April 17, 2010


Eyjafjallajökull Volcano - a gallery on Flickr

Eyjafjallajökull Volcano


The Best Travel Stories on the Internet - Travel Writing - World Hum

We started World Hum out of our apartments in May 2001 with $35 and one goal: To publish the best travel stories on the Internet.
Countless travel publications and websites tell you where to go, where to stay, what to do. At World Hum, we focus not only on destinations but on the journey, on travel in the broadest sense of the word. We explore how travel changes us, how it changes the way we see the world and how travel itself changes the world.
Who are we? We're storytellers of all kinds, from world renown authors and adventure photographers to videographers and bloggers on the backpacker circuit. What all of our contributors share is a passion for travel—and a talent for telling great travel stories.


YouTube - Liz Phair - Stratford-On-Guy


TV Crunch

What sets us apart is that we dish tv dirt. You'll notice that at TV Crunch, we don't just do tv show recaps, but we stir the pot, get dirty and make TV gossip fun.


Cookstr is a new cooking site dedicated to providing our users with great recipes from the best chefs and cookbook authors. It's still early days for us, and we're adding more chefs and authors – and more recipes – all the time. We'll also be adding new features over the next few months. But in the meantime we're excited to share with you thousands of recipes from cookbooks you know and love, and help you discover wonderful new books and cooks.



Cheat Sheet - Breaking News, World, U.S. & Entertainment - The Daily Beast


Suicide Food

What is Suicide Food? Suicide Food is any depiction of animals that act as though they wish to be consumed. Suicide Food actively participates in or celebrates its own demise. Suicide Food identifies with the oppressor. Suicide Food is a bellwether of our decadent society. Suicide Food says, "Hey! Come on! Eating meat is without any ethical ramifications! See, Mr. Greenjeans? The animals aren't complaining! So what's your problem?" Suicide Food is not funny.


Book of Odds - The Odds of Everyday Life

Book of Odds is the world's first reference on the odds of everyday life. It is a destination where people come to learn about the things that worry or excite them, to read engaging and thoughtful articles, and to participate in a community of users that share their interests and ambitions.

For over three years we have been building what we believe is the missing dictionary, one filled not with words, but with numbers – the odds of everyday life. It contains hundreds of thousands of Odds Statements, from the odds of being the only one to survive a plane crash, to the odds of having a heart attack, to the odds of having ever eaten cold pizza for breakfast. Book of Odds not only allows you to search for those odds that concern or interest you the most, but also to understand probability by comparing the odds of unfamiliar events to others you have personally experienced.


Inform - Curated news from around the web

More than 100 leading media properties use Inform's artificial intelligence and natural language processing to help add both content and context to their sites. We search millions of web pages – text, blogs, audio, video – from across the web and connect them based on common topics.

Friday, April 16, 2010


Primetime in No Time - Yahoo! TV - A Recap of Last Night's TV Shows


YouTube - DAN the MAN


Autoblog — We Obsessively Cover The Auto Industry

Wednesday, April 14, 2010




iPad Game Apps - - Gizmodo


Gawker.TV - Unhealthily Obsessed with Video


YouTube - Insane Clown Posse - Miracles


This is why you're fat.

An ode to over the top "junk food porn" featuring galleries, local favorites, recipes and stories from the dishes' creators.'



Food Geekery - Real Food. Real Geek.

FoodGeekery is a site dedicated to my ongoing culinary adventures and anything I find interesting and/or worthwhile in the name of food, dining or gardening.  Please enjoy!

Sunday, April 11, 2010


Technology - Bits Blog -


MakerBot Industries - Robots That Make Things


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