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In Email: an author's guide, Matt May recommends brevity, context, clear requests, and reasonable expectations as the keys to effective email communication.
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From Living the Scientific Life: "A newly discovered 66-million-year-old skull from a new dinosaur species was named after Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, made famous in JK Rowling's Harry Potter series. This nearly complete skull, from a creature named Dracorex hogwartsia, now has a permanent home in the Children's Museum of Indianapolis, announced paleontologist Robert Bakker."
Dumbolf is another variation of the ever-popular minigolf game. The course has some interesting hazards, including springboards and conveyor belts. The instructions are on the web page beneath the game, not in the game itself.
Get all the dingbats you want — dingbat fonts, that is — at Dingbat Depot.
Mighty Optical Illusions, a recently opened blog, catalogs exactly what you think it does. Aaaiiiiggghhh, my eyes!
"Congratulations on your decision to join the forces of darkness! Evil always needs more tools… I mean… agents… for its unholy army of the night… Your favorite hobby can become a lifelong career! Thus, this handy guide has been created to nurture any potential lunatic into a lifetime of evil and destruction."
If you want a Freeware Utility to… do most anything, now you know where to look.
I can die now, 'cause I've seen everything. Fishn'Flush claims to be "the worlds only toilet bowl fish tank with a removable aquarium".
Feeling disorganized? Perhaps a time map can help you get your days under control.