Because I've already accumulated a fair number in my del.icio.us account.
- lj_nifty: How to Turn Snap On and Off
- The National Geographic Online Store - Remote-controlled Tarantulas - Let me say that again: _remote_-_controlled_ _tarantulas_. With a 7'' leg span. Yikes!
- Easily Distracted » Blog Archive » In Which I Pick Some Nits - Historian's comments on the Temeraire books. I'd tell him that there *were* American colonies (book 3, chapter 11), but you have to register to leave comments, which I refuse to do.
- Charlie's Diary: Japan: some impressions - Long, funny description of visiting Japan, with heavy emphasis on urban and sfnal aspects.
- A List Apart: Articles: Graceful E-Mail Obfuscation - Looks rather complex, especially since the damage has already been done to my e-mail address on the web . . . but impressive and worth doing for a new address or web page.
- Acephalous: The Munch Paradox - "Have there ever been two fictionalized versions of the same guy *and* the guy himself running around the same television show?"
- So You Want to Write About American Indians? - University of Nebraska Press - A Guide for Writers, Students, and Scholars, by Devon Abbott Mihesuah
- saskaia: Knowledge - "The pursuit of knowledge in the western world is sacred . . . . as if to keep knowledge from people of the dominant culture is harm to them."
I think I need a "shiny things" icon.