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Link Round-Up: Phat Phreaky Phriday Phun

Cause the kids don’t use ‘f’ anymore.

  • The
    llama song
    . I’m at a loss for words. "Doorknob ankle cold."
  • Finally, a faster way to tie
    my shoes
  • Great portraiture
  • Those nutters over in SecondLife (a non-violent MMPORG) created a
    remarkable Neverland theme park
    . Speaking of MMPORGs, I enjoyed Cory Doctorow’s
    short story
    which takes place inside one.
  • A chimp that does
    . Sigh.

  • An interesting (if hopeful) look at the
    future of the media
  • Hey, buddy, wanna buy
    a castle
    ? If only my
    ancestral home
    was on the market.
  • Popgadget: personal
    tech for women. I’ve enjoyed reading this blog, and it’s where I recently
    learned about the
    . Yes, it’s exactly what you think it is.
  • The definitive guide to calling
    . The amendments at the bottom of the page are great. For example,
    "Amendment XXXV: Language – If you reside in a non-English-speaking locale, Shotgun must be called by
    its native word. For instance, in Sweden, the word ‘Hagelbossa’ must be pronounced,
    while in Germany, ‘Schrotflinte’."
  • Almost an
    anti-game Web game
    . Still, strangely entrancing. Trust your instincts.
    I got to 107 points without losing any error points, got bored and stopped.

3 Responses to “Link Round-Up: Phat Phreaky Phriday Phun”

  1. myles

    funny thing about the Ian knot, I learned about this knot in a high angle/confined space rescue course that i took in North Van 4 years ago. We didn’t call it the Ian knot tho: to us it was the “California Love Knot” because it was good as a pseudo set of “handcuffs”. Used to keep a patient’s hands within a stretcher so they can be lowered safely down structures or used to put on people’s feet so they can be extracted from tight spots like pipes.

  2. sxKitten

    Geez, now I’m going to have that bloody llama song running through my head all night.

    You should post a warning with these things.

  3. Darren

    Tell me about, it’s nearly midnight and I’m still humming that damn llama song.

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