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Friday, January 16, 2009
It's a frozen Friday, and it's also my birthday. Many thanks to everyone who's sent good wishes! On to the links from others...

From Bunny: What D&D character are you? We are disgusted to report that we are both humans - him a sorcerer and me a wizard. There's some longwinded explanation about the difference between the two that he can provide if you like.

From Cassandra: Tetris may help treat PTSD; there were dinosaurs in Siberia and no one knows how they died (or how they lived in such a cold climate, for that matter); and EW asks which R-rated movie you saw too young. (For me, it wasn't even R-rated; I saw part of Nosferatu as an urchin and was freaked out for years.)

From Jen: the apocalyptic sculptures of Kris Kuksi are absolutely amazing.

From Nicole: Batgirl takes on the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in the battle of fair play!

Swiped from Gary Price's ResourceShelf: a collection of inaugural speeches dating back to McKinley's presidency is available for free viewing on Hulu now.

And finally, just for fun: look at the fractalized felines you can create with the right tool on Photoshop. Gorgeous stuff.

Have a spiffy weekend, everyone! I'll be off on Monday, back on Tuesday. See you then.

Jinnet @ 1/16/2009 : comments: 2
Comments: 2

2:46 PM  
Blogger Dawn Owar: Happy Birthday :)
The weather on Wed is going to be downright balmy in comparison to today so it looks like I'm coming in for the LOST premiere if you fancy a birthday dinner!! Just let me know!

I saw FAME too young. I just mostly didnt get parts of it.

4:18 PM  
Blogger Danny: Yay! Happy birthday from me as well :)

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