A simple experiment demonstrating the difference between organic and chemically-treated potatoes.
The first listen to Jill Scott’s new album. Wow.
University of Alberta dean stole his commencement speech. And in the age of Google, too.
Quiet and Small’s friend Michael is incredibly talented: here’s a video of him doing a free hand machine embroidery portrait which has blown Millie’s mind.
The Troy Public Library received 97 letters of congratulations from famous people when the library opened. Katie loves the one from E.B. White.
“Jack and the Beanstalk” narrated by a 2 year old.
A conversation between Ian Flemming and Raymond Chandler.
Here’s a really interesting article on what it’s like to be a sponsored child in Ghana.
“My Momma told me I should never venture into space, but I did, I did, I did.” Excellent song for any sci-fi lover, and good even if you couldn’t care less about Star Trek (cough…Katie…cough).
Millie loves this angry post about the sexified movie poster for The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (for those of you at work: cusswords ahoy!)
The Dancing Bus Stop Guy – love him!
The history of cookie embossing. Who knew?
You get a car! You get a car! You get a car! Oprah, remixed.
Samuel L. Jackson reading Go the F*ck to Sleep.
PBS recently aired the amazing documentary Two Spirits, on the Navajo concept of multi-gender. Watch it here (for the next week, and if you live in the US. Sorry internationals!). Warning, the film centers around the murder of a two-spirit boy.
Lion tries to “eat” a baby at the zoo. As long as there’s glass it’s cute.
Katie’s happy that she’s a better exhibit designer than all these people. No one’s ever tried to eat her exhibits!