"Cookin’ With Google allows you to provide a list of ingredients (what’s in the fridge?) and get back a list of recipes that Google finds for you."
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For your viewing enjoyment: links to videos of almost all of the 50 Greatest Cartoons, as chosen by the animation industry in 1994.
Dumb Little Man collects links to over 150 tips and shortcuts for Gmail.
Desperate for last-minute Christmas gifts? Check out Matthew Baldwin's 2006 Good Gift Games list.
To quote Will Smith: "I have GOT to get me one of these!"
My sons are gonna love this… Animatics of an unproduced Ren and Stimpy cartoon entitled "Life Sucks" have been posted to the web. John Kricfalusi, creator of the classic cartoon characters, talks about the story on his own blog.
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I'll post more parts if and when they become available. Enjoy this, guys.
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Some amazing clip art is available from Dorling Kindersley. If you know any students who are doing term papers, turn them on to this resource.
Jason Stoddard explains the origins of Christmas, in "Jack's Gift"…
He still remembered. He was nine when Dark Christmas came. He knew there were lots of different kinds of Santas. But when the first robotic Santa went rushing from tree to tree in his front yard like a soldier in a wargame, he knew something was wrong. When two more Santas, shiny with human sweat, appeared from the street and chased the robot down, David knew that something had changed forever. He watched as they bore the heavy robot to the earth and beat it with a aluminum baseball bat until its skin tore and shiny metal parts showed. Then they went into David’s own yard, jumping on the small machines that bore his own gifts. He saw clockwork fly, and heard tiny metal screams. One of the human Santas passed by his window, and for a moment David saw a terrible sneer, as if to say, This is what you get, did you expect anything else?
Trent shares with us his list of 30 Essential Pieces Of Free (and Open) Software for Windows: "What follows is a list of thirty pieces of software that are the cream of the crop of open source software for Windows. Not only is every piece of it free, almost all of them directly replace expensive software packages."