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Dinner's done, and you've got leftover turkey? Nikibone.com has sandwich recipes that'll take care of the problem.
If you love dinosaurs — and who doesn't — you have to check out the work of Melissa Frankford, dinosaur illustrator extraordinaire. The baby sauropod below is only one of her masterful illustrations.
Honesty and asskicking, from Taylor Mali:
Ooooo, shiny… Scott Klarr has compiled the ultimate collection of Linux and Unix cheatsheets.
Here's a long list, with a long name: Free, Commercial, and Abandoned Computer Version of Board and Card Games with Computer AI (Artificial Intelligence) Opponents with Screen Shots. Lots of good stuff here.
(Whoops… posted this before. Still a great resource.)
Are you a user of the microblogging tool Twitter? Check out Eazy Cheezy's ginormous Collection of Twitter Tools, Widgets, Backgrounds, Tips, Blogs and More.
I can finally sleep at night, now that I know where my lunula is… "You know! It's a thingummy… Whatjermercallit… The everyday items with the forgotten names".
"Two Fat Als is a cooking blog for young foodies. It is written and photographed by two New York City graduate students, Alanna and Alex. The recipes are designed for college students, young graduates and anyone else looking for healthy, cost-effective and delicious recipes!"
Something familiar about this clip… I just can't seem to put my finger on it…