Kardashian-themed Silly Bandz. No, universe! No!
Nerd Boyfriend. Katie’s already finding inspiration for future sartorial suggestions to her own, oh-so-sweet-and-nerdy boyfriend.
Manolo for the Big Girl on the Pathology of Normal when it comes to food, health and diets.
How simple math cracked the scratch lottery code.
A mix-tape for Alice and her trip through Wonderland.
Through the fabulousness of Everybody, Everwear, Katie discovered The Curators’ Closet. More museum style bloggers! These ladies are just getting started, so be sure to stop by and give ‘em some love.
Google Art Project – Visit museums around the world, from home! Like stalking the streets on Google Streetview, only more interesting. Not that urban planning and roadways are not interesting, but really.
Paul Haggis on why he left the Church of Scientology. Lengthy, but oh-s0 interesting.
Christian-practicing members of the Cree Nation try to ban a sweat lodge on tribal land.
Gay marriage from the point of view of future history students.
Hipster Ariel. I wonder what Flounder thinks of this?
Urban Outfitter, Inc. gets in on the wedding gig. It just sounds like Etsy, with less options.
In 1942, the Japanese blocked the Burma Road and Ally troops had to find a new way from India to China. The only route? Through Tibet. Two soliders, including Leo Tolstoy’s grandson, crossed the Himalayas to get the permission to move through the country from of a 7-year-old boy, the Dalai Lama.
A short documentary on Iceland’s independent music scene.
Obviously, we all need to learn how to do everything better.
Apparently, glasses will make people think you’re smart and reliable! (thanks, Rebekah!) (editorial note from Katie: Hah!)
DIY freezer paper stenciled scarf. Now Katie just has to draw that picture of an amoeba she’s been wanting to stencil.