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Baking911Recipes.com offers "the best recipes for the home baker, plus help and more". The site design makes my eyes bleed, but they do have an excellent selection of recipes and tips.
History repeats itself: "In December of 1912, an amendment to the Constitution was introduced to abolish racial intermarriage…"
Neil Turner provides two more very nice Movable Type templates.
Hey kids! Let's all play Televangelist Bingo!
What? What? What good is watching a televangelist's show if you're not going to make fun of it?
"Howtoons are one-page cartoons showing 5-to-15 year-old kids "How To" build things… Our Howtoons are designed to encourage children to be active participants in discovering the world through Play-that-Matters."
We owe Theodor Seuss Geisel (Dr. Seuss) his own postage stamp, especially after that piece of dreck that showed up in the movie theaters last year.
If you are a command-line user in Linux, there are several useful aliases you can add to make your life easier.
Learn the basics of Spamassassin, a Linux utility for dealing with unwanted email.
"A frequently asked question is:
how realistic is the scene in 2001: A Space Odyssey where astronaut Bowman makes a space-walk without a helmet? How long could a human survive if exposed to vacuum?… The quick answers to these questions are: Clarke got it about right in 2001."