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I was thinking momentrabbit and dronon in particular might enjoy Wondermark, a strip vaguely along the lines of Dinosaur Comics, but with a more Victorian aspect. And there's an LJ feed over here, for your convenience.

I do like this Tails strip. And this bunny by Lapinbeau. (Oh, that top! I think I've found my next t-shirt design for SL =:)

Here's a music video I particularly enjoy, particularly for the tour of the CD manufacturing plant: Orbital - Waving not Drowning. (The first part's modeled after Play School, to put it into context - the "director" was one of the presenters)

Okay, it's a cheap laugh, but this Chinese menu does have some pearls on offer, such as "Fragrant spring onion sauce explodescow son". Not quite sure what "Fuck the salt (beautiful pole) duck chin" is like, though.

Brian Williams of NBC gives as good as he gets with Jon Stewart. Definitely one of the best guests he's had.

Courtesy of tgeller, a wonderfully annoying and colorful video: Fast Food Rockers: the Fast Food Song.

Yay! I have two sets of golden roses on Animal Crossing: Wild World now. ^_^

I wonder what the smallest (within reason) DVI monitor around is? I could see an extra display being handy for running SL fullscreen, leaving the auxiliary for, say, keeping an eye on email. Being able to be battery powered would be fun, too.

And I've got to point out the glowcocks that patch_bunny spotted, midway down the page. (Needless to say, not at all worksafe =:) Pity they don't have a discount for a pack of all three colors. Wonder if it might be possible to embed those long-life glowsticks in suitable silicone castings..

Have a look at ther other video. NOT the christmas one but the other of the three. Every bit as brain meltingly good as the fast food song! :)
You mean I Love Christmas? Saving that now. ^_^ Think I prefer the costumes in the other, but the silver top in that one's fun too. Will we be seeing you in that sometime? ^_^
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Hee! Now that's pretty cool going. ^_^ Our graduation was pretty dull - no guest speakers at all, just a procession of gown/mortar figures stepping up to receive their scroll, or something similar. (I skipped out on it. I'm really not one for such formality. If the dress code had included such as in that Lapinbeau pic, perhaps =:)

And then some other bunch this year had Stephen Colbert, I read, on sparkling form. (I've got a recording someone in the audience made of Jon Stewart at RIT from a few years back. And Douglas Adams at some other University..) That may've been where he came out with his "Be an Expert on Anything" speech, actually.
You could always get a DVI-VGA converter. VGA CRTs can be had on the super-cheap these days!
VGA's no problem - somewhere, theoretically, I've got a suitable tiny adaptor cable. But size, on the other paw.. ^_^; Smallest CRT I've seen was.. well, the early Sinclair pocket TV was relatively petite (as used in Space 1999 for their communicators, I believe. It's the future, after all), though still a bit long. Actually, there might've been a Mark II that was fairly thin..

Wonder if any of the dinky self-contained DVD players have provision for external video input? Probably not, but that would be pretty spiffy. Or maybe a GPS unit? Then I can find out exactly where the armpit of the universe is, as an added bonus, which coordinates I could then publish as a warning to other voyagers.
Ah! No, it's one of the Sony Watchman family I was thinking of, looks like. And Sinclair's entrant to the field. Pretty neat, managing to get a CRT neck bent 90 degrees.
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There's the thing! If it is possible to embed a long-life (as in 10+ years) glowstick inside a suitable silicone casting, one could make them any color at all, if white versions exist. The matter warrants further research, I believe. ^_^

Is it time to repost the iBrate advert? =:)
I also envy what's *under* womens' dresses. Pantyless women's dresses, that is.