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April 18, 2008

Hair of the Downward Dog

RingTales animates print cartoons for The New Yorker and others. (From Tilzy)

Cyclops by Israel Sanchez

Some odd Japanese Peanuts Puzzles. (From Kevin Church’s Peanuts In Japan)

The Amazing Color Label Wheel. Where does “Blue” end and “Red” begin?

Ze Frank’s YoungMe NowMe

All New – Featuring the personal websites of Grow-a-brain’s readers! Today, from Northern England, Soubriquet’s Grit in the Gears. Submit yours for consideration.

(No Time to blog tonight. Sorry)

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I have had to attach expansion-tanks to my computer, and replace the tube to the internet with a very big pipe, after all those Growabrain visitors started coming. Being only a smallish computer, the sort that can fit on a desk with ease, (well, okay, parts of it spill over onto three bookshelves, but it's all in the same room. (-ish... maybe not the router... and cable modem) but it IS all in the same HOUSE, er- where was I? O yes, it was creaking and groaning with all the extra visitors. I won't tell you how few normally drop in, on an ordinary day, but suffice to say you could fit them all in a small bus.
You would not remember that level of inactivity. I think I've seen Growabrain's server farm on google-earth. And the huge internet tubes spanning the globe.
Suffice to say, if a few of your regular visitors are missing, they're probably jammed by the elbows in a tight cornered internet tube under my garden. I've got a crew digging now, and a giant drain-jetting tanker on standby to flush them clear.
One thing I notice about them. They're a quiet lot. Not commenters, I see what you mean about feedback.
Thanks, Hanan, I'd better try keep posting new things every day. Or week... or.
Well, I'll try.

Posted by: soubriquet at Apr 19, 2008 2:50:43 AM