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Friday, February 22, 2008
Links from others! Thanks, everyone.

This just in from Bunny's alter ego Butch R. Cleaver: "Ben Chapman (we've met him a gazillion times) aka the Creature from the Black Lagoon, just died. A link to his personal site for ya.The Cleavers wish him the best in his cosmic journey as he was a heck of a nice fella."

Also from Bunny: Google to manage health records in Cleveland (as a test market for worldwide searchable medical records); social networking is shrinking in the UK; and a photo essay on shooting down that satellite, as well as the real story behind what sort of satellite it was. (It was a mess of a project, apparently.)

From Cassandra: a look at feminists and the Hillary Clinton campaign. Also from Cassandra: a completely weird story that will make you want to measure...things, if only to prove it wrong.

From Holly: The amazing world of pen spinning! Also from Holly: photos from the toy fair (our favorite is the monsters riding the escalator); the rising popularity of video games in libraries; the imminent comeback of the Smurfs; and a cute baby penguin eating "fish shakes" (also with a photo gallery, which shows that stuffed animal penguins are substituting for parental figures!).

Have a spiffy weekend, everyone. See you Monday.

Jinnet @ 2/22/2008 : comments: 1
Comments: 1

12:04 PM  
Anonymous Cassandra: RE: She blamed physiology, not psyche.

If this were true, then how is it possible for women to experience intense orgasms while sleeping/dreaming without anyyyyyyy physical stimulation? I am sure there are some women who are unable to climax due to physiology, but, I would argue, one must be �put together� well psychologically, in addition to physically, in order to cum. Interesting article though.

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