Correction: a pin a day, not a penny a day, is a groat a year.
“The tongue is ever turning the aching tooth.” –Benjamin Franklin
Not doing the show tonight. Things came up –rapidly evolving situation; I’ll tell you about it later.
Anyway, here is the recording of last Friday’s (2014-03-28) KNYO Memo of the Air: Good Night Radio show ready to download and keep or just play with one click. It’s a pretty good one. Make yourself a couple of nice BLTs and settle in.
And here are some links to other things to listen to and/or look at and/or think about, that I found mostly thanks to the websites listed to your right:
Can’t see very well? All the way blind? Can’t hear very well? Find words difficult? Find a keyboard or mouse hard to use? The BBC can help you enjoy the web.
Budavar visszavetele 3D.
Slow motion moustraps.
“Now I feel special and important and also I feel irrelevant and meaningless.”
…and that is how you can be boiling and freezing at the same time.
The history of marriage.
Let It Go on pots and pans and wine glasses.
Learn to read and comprehend Spanish in 30 seconds or your money back.
The recent right-wing-controlled Supreme Court ruling in a nutshell.
SkippyTheDuck says: This post is a lot more fun if you mis-read the headline as: 22 Strange Musical Instruments From the Past.
Troubled by mildewed, depraved water leaking in from the afterlife? Simplicity! Convenientment! Trouble no more!
Keep your dey’s on my hot glord and never go in the purple potty, and you will never die.
Kaspersky “Lab’s” “real-time” “cyberthreat” “map”. “Pretty.”
Short title: Rotating duck foot. Slightly longer title: Page 2, Fig. 1c diagram of postulated spiral dance that comprises an electron is one moment of what Juanita and I called the “rotating duck foot”, discovered in the oscilloscope trace of a particular moving waveform made by an analog synthesizer, where the sound moved the beam up and down and the modulated delayed sound moved the beam left and right. There were surprisingly many unrelated patches that would result in that trace. And, though it seems like a magical and deeply significant connection between dissimilar magnitudes and areas of experience, it’s just another interesting coincidence.
And a circus. With –wait for it– rotating duck foot dance move.