If you liked the previous CSS Homer post, you may want to check out Ned Batchelder’s CSS Homer: Animated, in which he slows the rendering of the image so that you can see that it is only constructed of characters.
Nerve.com’s feature The 50 Greatest Comedy Sketches of All Time will keep you entertained for some time…
Before you throw away your next musical greeting card, you may want to consider the Instructables feature Make an iPod Speaker from a Hallmark Music Card. This sounds pretty cool; I’m going to have to try this…
The Huffington Post’s Frank Schaeffer posted an interesting article entitled Why This Fifty-Five Year Old White Lifelong Republican Wants Obama To Win.
Curious to know why the price of a barrel of oil continues to skyrocket? Some more recent events are an obvious part of the picture, but The Big Picture contends that “for the past 3 decades, we’ve had a George Costanza Energy policy [see this episode if you’re not familiar] – every decision we have made as a country has worked to drive energy prices higher.” It’s an interesting list that we can only hope will get some scrutiny by our next administration.
Topless Robot presents its list of The 11 Best Songs from Geek-Movie Soundtracks, including videos for most. Overall, I think it’s a decent list, even including Stan Bush’s The Touch from Transformers: The Movie, a craptacular sentimental favorite for me… 😉
Epicurious.com has a nice Peak-Season Map for produce etc., allowing you to “see what’s fresh in your area, plus find ingredient descriptions, shopping guides, recipes, and tips.”