Anyone remember del.icio.us? It used to be my actual favorite tool. Well, now you can go there and download your old data.
I saw this on Dudecraft. I like info-graphics. But I love beer.
I definitely will be reading these in my spare time.
There are some really great resources here. I'm always looking back at the Bottler's Guide to Kegging.
I suppose this should be pretty self explanatory.
Great little piece here. Strangely enough, this is the only article in my delicious.com bookmarks tagged "fitness." I wonder how many articles are tagged 'beer'?
This is some serious reading material right here. I've read 'Consider the Lobster,' and it was pretty great. A lot of this stuff is pretty famous, adapted into movies and what not. Big name writers too.
Well, this is pretty sweet. I really like 'zines' and I've always sort of wanted to make one. The problem is usually filling it.
A bunch of cool images, found via John Coulhart's blog.
I think I need some of this to build the BBQ that I want to build. Is that weird?
These are great, better than a lot of the strictly steam-punk Star Wars that I've seen.
A lengthy and rather great article from a couple years ago about Sam Calagione of Dogfish Head and Craft Brews in general. S'funny, I was just drinking a good helping of Midas Touch this evening.
I want me a Tales of the Jazz Age t-shirt, bro
It seems like they're going after his scientology-background a little? I don't know; this is the first article about Gaiman I read that didn't feel entirely positive.
Hand tools in place of power tools
We should make a big kid swing
This man lives an interesting life.
Not sure how economical these are, but it could be kind of fun. Check out the alternative treat idea on the bottom, too.
Cory Doctorow is pretty cool, but more and more I think that it's Xeni Jardin who is the true genius of BoingBoing.
Bunch of crackpots on there now.
Supposedly, a cheap and easy bagel recipe.
It's a cool article! I think you'll like it.
A reading list of reference books for writers of sf/f.
Here is the link you requested!
An open-source recreation of the Infinity Engine. Maybe in a few months/years/whatever I'll be able to use this.
This was on Dudecraft (which is a cool site in itself.) This guy made a working Vespa entirely out of wood.
And this is an easy lesson about 'inflation.' If you'd care to learn just a little about this economy that's on everyone's mind these days.
The wiki for our final project
Err... via BoingBoing.net, Justine Lai paints... interesting pictures. Check out the statement for an explanation, of sorts.
This might go super well in out house. Maybe in the hallway, against the wall opposite the bathroom.
An instructable. Guess what it teaches you?
A contest featuring steampunk inspired CGI
Also this man, David Karp. The article is available in the SECRET INGREDIENTS book, which I think I might one day buy just for this article and the Euell Gibbons one.
This guy's pretty cool. I'm just saving this so I don't forget his name.
I found these in Make Magazine. They'd look cool in our Cabinet of Curiosities that we need to build.
An interesting little toy. Goes along well with THE WRITER'S BLOCK, the little book that sits on my desk. I'm gearing up for National Novel Writing Month this year, so things like this could be quite helpful.
Apparently it's a old television script from England and the 70's.
That would Bryan Lee O'Malley of Scott Pilgrim fame, and his wife.
another reading list. gormenghast appears again.
another reading lis,t, much of the same as the last one, but longer
a great interview with a great recommended reading list at the end
the doktor sleepless wiki