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Archive for September, 2007

Web 2.0 poster

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Artist Rendering

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Quote from the mom:
“This is my kindergartner’s artistic rendering of a pair of scissors.
I wonder what his teacher thought. And I am so dang proud of myself. I
allowed myself just a small smirk when I saw it. I waited until he was
out of the room before I started to cry from laughing so hard.”

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Animal Head

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Spoken Words

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Things Kids Say

  • Kids’ Ideas About Love
    — 5 to 10 year olds expound on love and marriage.
  • Kids’ Ideas About Science
    — 5th and 6th graders illustrate scientific principles for the layman.
  • Kid Quotes
    — Young children make hilarious observations.
  • Exams and Papers
    — 7th through 12th graders give creative wrong answers to exams.
  • Stupidity

  • Warning Labels
    — In today’s litigious society, products need ridiculously obvious
  • Employee Performance Evaluation Quotes
    — Evaluating the performance of the less proficient employees.
  • Bad Predictions
    — Famous last words about science and technology.
  • Twins
    — Some people have comic ideas about what being a twin is all about.
  • Anecdotes of Stupidity
    — In the general public, you can’t hide from stupidity.
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    Tie-dyed Roses

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    I came across these psychedelic-looking roses at the county fair the other day and just had to snap a few photos. Yes, they’re real! The signage at the event explained that the flowers hail from the Netherlands, and that the multi-hued effect is created by injecting various dyes into the stems during the growing process. The effect is very surreal, like a wedding bouquet a Deadhead might carry. Does anyone out there have any more information about these wild and crazy roses? More photos in the CRAFT Flickr pool. Link.

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    The Differnce in Man and Woman

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    Google Guide

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    Google Guide — Making Searching Even Easier

    Google Guide is an online interactive tutorial and reference
    for experienced users, novices, and everyone in between.
    I developed Google Guide because I wanted more information
    about Google’s capabilties, features, and services
    than I found on Google’s website. –Nancy�Blachman

    Start now:

    Jump to a section:


    Cheat Sheet (2-page quick reference)
    Calculator Cheat Sheet (2-pages)

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