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June 30, 2007

1000 Real Estate and Mortgage Blogs

Todd_carpenter Shaun McLane’s Bad MLS Pic of the Day

Todd Carpenter’s REMBEX reached the milestone of indexing 1000 Real Estate and Mortgage Blogs!

A good article at “Keepin’ It Real Estate” - Well Priced Homes Sell Fast

Doug Aegerter’s St. Louis Real estate Voice

Green Spaces Real Estate by Wendy Hughes-Jelen

Jeff Rohde’s Concrete Cactus from Arizona

Robert B Barrett’s Real Estate Blog Asheville, NC

Spencer Williams You Save Real Estate Blog

The Mortgage Brat

Investment Properties Blog

Key West Real Estate Sales

Madison Real Estate Show

A Huge Depository of Real Estate Blogs as well as Grow-a-Brain’s Extensive Real Estate Archives Are Here

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June 30, 2007 in Real estate Blogs | Permalink | Comments (12) | TrackBack


Hi_fashion Welcome to the official site of The Corkxedo

How to Knit a Fetus Coin Purse, With Umbilical Cord. (From Unknown Highway)

Pickles are just cucumbers soaked in evil

Meet Crotchy

Crocs wedding testimonial letters

1917 Catwalk Show

How jeans are made in Thailand. (From Information Junk)

Are Mutton Chops Professional or a Poor Idea?

Vibram Bare toe shoes

(Click on pix above to biggify)

Un-related: The feel-good story of the day: An Arab businessman offered an all-costs paid nuptials to 30 poor couples in Djibouti

/// A Huge Depository of Unusual Fashion Trends As Well As Growabrain T-shirt Closet Collection Here

June 30, 2007 in Fashion | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack

June 29, 2007

Bad cops

Bad_cop Naked Driver Asks Girl For Directions

Did you know that corporate crime inflicts far more damage on society than all street crime combined? Twenty Things You Should Know About Corporate Crime

10 most interesting prisons on earth

Good cop, bad cop with Will Ferrell & “Pearl”. Bad Cop News

This is your cornfield on cocaine

Sued By Scotts

/// A Huge Depository of Unusual Law and Order Links Here

June 29, 2007 in Crime & Punishment | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack

The great Eugene Sandow

Brassiere Bertha Benz was the first person to drive an automobile over a long distance (1888)

The great Eugene Sandow (YT) & Loïe Fuller's Danse Serpentine - What the first moviegoers saw

Mary Phelps Jacob, Inventor of the Modern Brassiere (1914). From Neatorama’s stories about the origins of everyday objects

Many of us think of the movie “Tron” as the the first film to use computer animation or effects in any form. But the technology goes back a lot further than 1982, when Tron was released. The World's First Computer Animation And Effects In Film

Also - UNRELATED - a missing puzzle piece gallery from Planet Dan

/// A Huge Depository of Unusual ‘First Ever’ Stories (my favorite collection) Here

June 29, 2007 in First Ever | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack

June 28, 2007

Jagtvej Street Name Hack

Jagtvej Stop motion: Copenhagen Sleepwalker

Activists in Copenhagen has renamed a number of streets by covering the real street names with a new one - "Jagtvej"

Webcam of Rådhuspladsen (City hall in Copenhagen)

Breaking news from Silkeborg: Students' stage strip for teachers

/// A Huge Depository of Unusual Links about Denmark And About India Here

June 28, 2007 in Traveling Places - Denmark | Permalink | Comments (1) | TrackBack

Mr, Brig Gen or Sister

Best_airport That's a long list in the "Title" dropdown

Jack, the one person you should never call from a plane

The best and worst airports in the world

Concorde parts to hit auction block

(.gif above from Ashes and Snow)

/// A Huge Depository of Unusual Flight Links Here

June 28, 2007 in Flight | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack


Yin_yang_cat Questionable Hotel Rugs taken at an Atlanta hotel by Tina Roth Eisenberg

A set of Mac OS x dock icon pillows

International “dream toilet” competition for architects, designers and engineers, dreamt by Oliviero Toscani, former Benetton ad guru

Solar system chair

Monster garage!

Pimp My Chair: La-Z-Boy Thrives on Overstuffed Innovation


Yin-Yang outdoor sofa. (From Out Next)

A really huge ceiling lamp - The XL(AMP) by Objet B’ Art. Also, Wiener Dog Lamp

(Image above from Natanson)

/// A Huge Depository of Unusual Design Concepts Here

June 28, 2007 in Home Decor | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack

June 27, 2007


Lolita_goth El Señor Nabokov on French Television with Spanish subtitles. (From Achtung Baby!)

How to Be a Gothic Lolita. Gothic Lolita or "GothLoli" (ゴスロリ, gosurori) is a subcategory of the Lolita fashion, a street fashion among Japanese female teenagers

Christopher Plummer as Nabokov lecturing on Kafka’s Metamorphosis (1989)

Forget Lolita - let's hear it for lepidoptery

The tale: an ape in a zoo is taught how to draw. The first thing it draws is the bars of its cage. I've heard this story a couple of times (often in connection with Vladimir Nabokov), but can't find any information about the original experiment. Did this actually happen? Is it just a fable? Did Nabokov get Punk'd? Who was this ape and where can I find out more?

/// A Huge Depository of Unusual Nabokov Links Here

June 27, 2007 in Books - Nabokov | Permalink | Comments (12) | TrackBack

Bang! You're Dead

Hitchcock_hair Alfred Hitchcock: The Man Who Made the Movies. (1973 by Richard Schickel. Narrated by Cliff Robertson)

12 parts of The Hitchcock/Truffaut Tapes at the incredible If Charlie Parker Was a Gunslinger, There'd Be a Whole Lot of Dead Copycats

How to turn your boring movie into a Hitchcock thriller

/// A Huge Depository of Unusual Hitchcock and Unusual Chaplin Links Here

June 27, 2007 in Cinema - Hitchcock | Permalink | Comments (1) | TrackBack

[email protected]

Email_address Email Obfuscation does not work. Some people think email obfuscation is a good way to fight spam. But here's what they're doing: in addition to making email more difficult for legitimate uses, they're actually making it easier for spammers

How do I know this person? Through the Web!

A nice story on Vanity Fair about how the author spent more than a year attempting to track down the shot location of a desktop picture called Autumn that came with his copy of Windows

What happened to the search engines of yesteryear?

This will go in your file

LOL80's: A Picture Thread

I am reading Mark Frauenfelder’s new book “Rule the web - How to do anything and everything on the internet - better, faster, easier”…

50 pictures from the history of Apple

/// A Huge Depository of Unusual Things To Do On The Internet Here

June 27, 2007 in Internet | Permalink | Comments (1) | TrackBack

June 26, 2007

The Gas-Mask Community

Gas_mask_fan Driving a Nuclear Submarine Through Britain's Roads

Shots of the various Chechen Self-Made Weapons seized by Russian army and police. There is even self-made machine gun

38°13'36.38"N, 112°17'56.59"W

Military gas masks for animals

Gas-Mask Community. More and more

Waterloo. (From One Good Move)

Live Torpedo Testing

10 Strangest Weapons through History

/// A Huge Depository of Unusual War Links and Unusual Peace Links Here

June 26, 2007 in War | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack

Naked Monks

Naked_monks The Naked Monks of Kundalpur

Between 1727 and 1734 Maharajah Jai Singh II of Jaipur constructed five astronomical observatories in west central India. The observatories, or "Jantar Mantars" as they are commonly known, incorporate multiple buildings of unique form, each with a specialized function for astronomical measurement. The Astronomical Observatories of Jai Singh II

Sell Samosas, Go to Jail? The semi-legal world of Street food in Delhi. (Including a slideshow below. From Activity Book)

Early morning motion in Rajasthan

Horn OK please is a phrase commonly painted on vehicles in India. This is spotted almost without exception on commercial vehicles like trucks, buses or local taxis

Treehouse at Green Magic Resort, Vythiri, Kerala. (Warning – music!)

Three airlines in India go after each other big time using innovative ad placement and ad content

/// A Huge Depository of Unusual Links about India And About Japan Here

June 26, 2007 in Traveling Places - India | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack

June 25, 2007

Human curiosity

Black_cube Simple extra handle added to a shovel makes it almost fun to dig. I came up with this idea while digging a 100 foot long, 2 foot deep drainage trench and it works so well that I wanted to put it on my webpage. On the web I find a SNOW shovel for sale that has an added handle, but could not find any reference to using a second handle with a regular dirt-digging type shovel

Home Made Welding Machine and other African gadgets and ingenuity

Make a personalized bottle of Clear Slime

The 999 black wooden cubes represent the material representation of human curiosity

10 years of Weird Inventions at The Daily Show

/// A Huge Depository of Unusual Inventions & Discoveries Here

June 25, 2007 in Science & Inventions | Permalink | Comments (3) | TrackBack

For heaven's sake - put your vodka in the freezer

Frozen_vodka_bottle Seven tips on how to run a successful community. The slideshow

6-11 pm filter: what do people do between these hours? I am tired of watching bad TV and drinking warm vodka

Eponysterical MeFi moments. Eponym is a word based on or derived from a person's name. Eponysterical posts and comments are ones which are funny in light of the poster's user name. The word was coind by scarabic here

What does “MeFi” mean in the background of Mythbusters?

What do you know about that's awesome?

Some Metafilter users who were screwing up the screen scraper

The Youngest Mefite

A personal take of the seven equities of Metafilter

/// A Huge Depository of The Best of Metafilter Here

June 25, 2007 in Best of Metafilter | Permalink | Comments (3) | TrackBack

Heeeeeere's Johnny's Clock

Heres_johnny_2 Beautiful, elegant design. Fun to watch: Polar Clock v2 at Pixel Breaker

World’s Largest Clocks visible on Google Earth

Chris Dimino's The Shining cuckoo clock

Marvin Schneider, New York City's Official Clock Master

Wake up to the gentle sound of wind chimes with Wind Chime Alarm clock

/// A Huge Depository of Unusual Clocks and Watches Here

June 25, 2007 in Clocks & Watches | Permalink | Comments (6) | TrackBack