Posts Tagged ‘THINGS FROM TEH INTARWEB’

THINGS FROM TEH INTARWEB, #6

July 16, 2009

Music has gotten amazing these days.

Porcupine hugs.

There are ninjas in this picture.

Why Greta Christina doesn’t believe in the soul.

Psychiatrist reflects on her own bipolar disorder.

An incredible interview with artist Jenny Saville.

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Minipost – A Story

June 6, 2009

Daphne and Her Dog

THINGS FROM TEH INTARWEB, #5 (Image Edition)

January 27, 2009

Graffiti

Ideology

Perversion

Stereotypes

Handegg

Ambiguous

THINGS FROM TEH INTARWEB, #4 (Thanksgiving Edition)

November 27, 2008

Poor Jack – at least their aim is horrible.

Monkeys!

Circular Reasoning.

Z-Rox – Coolest flash game ever. Work on your abstract spacial relations.

Rules for Being Human. Learn them, love them.

And, on a holiday note, things we can really be thankful for.

THINGS FROM TEH INTARWEB, #3

October 21, 2008

In order from funniest to most serious.

THOSE ARE MY SHOES – Hahahahaha!

Summing Up – what “The Economist” really meant.

A Better Beer Bottle – one Heineken run from the 1960s

The Last Question – read Asimov’s story. Do it.

and Natural-Born Liars – we do it ’cause we’re good at it.

THINGS FROM TEH INTARWEB, #2

September 27, 2008

An almost immediate followup to the previous THINGS FROM TEH INTARWEB post.

The Greatest Roommate Story Ever – It really is.

Clairvoyance – if you don’t know who René Magritte is, look him up.

This is what we do with Wikipedia – or at least, what Gabe and Tycho do.

How Not to Talk to Your Kids – or why  not to tell them they’re smart.

Turning Bacteria Into Plastic Factories – Holy Crap. I hope this works.

And, to end on a light note again, A Craigslist Apology: To the Girl in the Parking Garage

THINGS FROM TEH INTARWEB, #1

September 24, 2008

I plan to make this a running installment of cool things I’ve seen.

Go now and click, my son.

Our Time in Eden –  a very…. down webcomic, but beautiful.

Books That Make You Dumb – Enough said.

Light Bot – a very cool little flash game. You program a robot.

The Girl in the Window – Very touching, very tough to read. This is nonfiction.

And, on a lighter note, This is what Hell is like – and it’s good enough to be a Python skit.