This is gonna be fast and furious because I am tired of all the
crap awesomeness in my Firefox tabs.
The LCHS Band/Colorguard website a’la Spring 2000. Haha, check out the old school.
Hahaha this is awesome: TranslationParty. Pretty self-explanatory, and pretty addicting.
A course on sex-trafficking with only one hurdle.
As if I needed more bad news: graduating during the recession has long-lasting negative consequences.
Electron Band Structure in Germanium, My Ass. That is all.
Japanese lessons in English from NHK World, one of Japan’s leading broadcasting stations. Also, how to get a Japanese scholarship, 8 ways to win unlimited Japanese lessons, and Is learning Japanese not popular anymore? Also, the Tokyo Filter.
I want an Underground-Sign. *pout* “20th Avenue” would be awesome, thanks.
Gearing up for NaNo (cough*yeahright*cough) part 1: How to write a novel in 30 days.
Novel-Ts… I think I want the Poe one with the heart on it.. because I’m morbid like that.
Singing horses from the guy behind Owl City. He just found it somewhere, I think, but it’s still cute. Click to make them sing; click again to make them stop.
Project Implicit will let you know how racist you really are (among other things). We’ll see. I may give this subject its own post after I take some of the tests there.
Going abroad for me has always meant Japan, Germany, or Great Britain. Unfortunately, I don’t know enough non-English to really get around, and I’ve heard Australia’s beautiful, so I may put it on my list.
R.A. Heinlein’s This I Believe essay for the radio series of the same name from the ’50s hosted by Edward R. Murrow.
A fellow MA/MFA student from Wilkes wrote this short piece about the small things and I love it.
Main page for the National Writers Union.
California motorcycle safety program… for people who want to earn a motorcycle license in Cali. If I move again soon, I’ll have to figure out the requirements for where ever that is.
—Jedem das Seine