November 4, 2005
Kaput’s memorial is going on on campus today, and I overslept this morning. So, in a bit of a pinch. Shotgun today is sparse.
So, Mike suggested something: Sawed-Off shotgun! Maybe once a month I give you a much abbreviated list of links, and you folks put in your favorite Friday finds in the comments. Come on, you know you’re surfing the web on Friday. Might as well share the wealth.
So, here we go. A few to start you off, including a contribution from Bob McC.
Bob McCown’s LJ Image Page (images, blogging)
Bob has got a script that displays the latest images posted to LiveJournal. It is oddly compelling. However, it is not guaranteed to be safe viewing at work.
T-Rex Eats Fish (consumerism, political, funny)
Tell everyone: you believe in T-Rexes. Who eat fish.
Blockstatus.com - (aim, tools, utilities) MSN Status Checker, MSN Delete Checker, Yahoo Status Checker, AIM Status Checker, AOL Status Checker, MSN Display Pictures, Tools
Check to see if someone has you blocked on AIM. But nobody would ever block me, I am pretty certain.
Schwarzenegger Street (animation, flash, political)
These are the people in my neighborhood - Let Arnie give you a musical tour of the Republican street.
domo-kun mayhem (domokun, japanese, video)
Lots of little Domo-Kun clips.
Snow Monkey Live Cam (animals, video, webcam, japanese)
It’s snow monkeys. Live. On camera. In Japan.
Posted by James at November 4, 2005 1:11 PM
I don't think there's a way to check AIM blocking on that website. Just MSN.
I have two links today:
AAHH! Its the Cheneymonster!
I got nothin'. :(
Well, wait, there's this:
where my Letter To The Editor may have been published. Except they didn't bother to put their letters online that day, so there's nothing to see. :-P
Otherwise, I've been looking at small appliance websites, an Apprentice blog, and a General Hospital message board to find out if someone I like is going to get killed off soon.
What I could really use is a website that doesn't sell things, but helps people figure out what gifts to get people for Christmas. Like a Gift-O-Matic type of thing.
Oh, Arnie's Neighborhood killed me. Loved it!
That is some unstoppable filing technique!
Mike: I think there is a sidebar link for AIM checking on that site. At least, I am sure it was there last I checked. I was using it on a remote coworker who has been hard to cathc online lately...