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20 Great Guy Movies

Film

We’re all familiar with the concept of the “chick flick”.  But what about Guy Movies?  While chick flicks have a fairly standard set of rules, there are a lot of films that can fall under the heading of “guy movies”.  Some are action movies, some not, but they’re all films that every guys watches, quotes […]

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Marvel ESPN NBA Cover – Kobe, Kevin Durant, & Lebron

Artwork, Comics

As a comic book fan and a NBA fan and then as a Laker fan I was quite happily surprised when I saw this month’s issue of ESPN the Mag. Beautifully illustrated on the cover by the Marvel’s Chief Editor, Joe Quesada with inks by Dann Miki and colors by Richard Isnove are three of […]

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Partnering with OSHA for a safer workplace – Infographic

News, Signs

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, or OSHA, offers an indispensable service to ensure employees operate in a workplace that is free from illness and injury. Whether you are an employee or an employer, a safe and secure workplace is essential. While safety and freedom from health related issues is important on the job, OSHA […]

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Great 404 Pages

Fail, featured, Humor, Internet

We’ve all clicked a link and been taken to a page that no longer existed.  Such is the way of the Internet and web development.  However, some sites have done a great job of recognizing that they will have 404 pages and have at least made them interesting.  Here are some good ones that I […]

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Mermaids Tails and Mermaid Camps

featured, Travel

You know that scene in Working Girl where Melanie Griffith’s character proves that the Trask radio idea was really hers by showing all these little scraps of page 10 and all that other stuff, and so Sigourney Weaver’s character gets totally dissed like she deserves and Melanie Griffith gets a great new job with an […]

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[Infographic] Bioprinting: How it Works and Where it’s Headed

featured, Infographics

Printing a pair of shoes, a dining table, a household ornament, or even a car may be all well and good in the world of 3D printing; but the buck doesn’t stop at material luxuries. Scientists around the world are putting 3D printing technology to incredible use; by applying research and development to the reconstruction […]

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Do It Yourself Doodler

Artwork, Pictures

So I am many things in this world, but an artist is not one of them.  However, David Jablow is just that, and an impressive one no less.  His Flickr stream is hands down one of the most impressive I’ve ever seen.  He’s taken a 1950’s style Peggy Sue magazine model and put different worlds […]

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Literary Tattoos Part Deux

Body Art

We did another post on literary tattoos, but there were still too many good ones so here are some more fantastic, fun, or very, very literary literary tattoos. Bukowski “but I’m too tough for him, I say, stay in there, I’m not going to let anybody see you.” Bukowski. more Bukowski. “I run with the […]

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The Popemobile Goes Green: A List Of The Pope’s Wheels From Past to Present

cars, History

These days, more people are choosing to go green by finding and using more environmentally friendly products. Pope Benedict XVI is no exception. He was recently presented with his first electric car, a customized white Renault Kangoo for use at his summer residence at Castel Gandolfo. Renault also presented a blue version for the Vatican […]

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The Gashlycrumb Tinies

Artwork, Bizarre

So back in 1963, artist Edward Gorey published a book called The Gashlycrumb Tinies, which was a abecedarium book, or a book consisting of the alphabet, typically used for practice exercises. Gorey himself is primarily remembered for his Gothic style of illustration, with works including Bram Stoker’s Dracula and The War of the Worlds to […]

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