On July 7, 2007 (07/07/07) 7 New Wonders of the World will be announced. Chime in and vote on what you think they should be.
These critter cars are just too cute. The dogbone car and the pinecone car are cracking me up. Here's a larger and clearer image. (via SwissMiss)
The G. Robert Vincent Voice Library is a collection of over 40,000 hours of spoken word recordings, dating back to 1888. The collection includes the voices of over 100,000 persons from all walks of life. George Robert Vincent was a pioneer in the field of sound recording. Among other things he helped to start the Armed Forces Radio Service in 1943. He donated his collection of over 8,000 voice recordings to the Libraries of Michigan State University in 1962.
A friend that knows my love for the periodic table sent me this.
It looks like some of the university presses are blogging. Here's a link for the Harvard University Press blog and their blog roll lists some of the other press blogs.
Construction jobs.com is a job board and resume database for employment in the construction, design and engineering fields.
PolyMeta is a clustering and metasearch engine. One of the things that I like about it is after performing a search the results page has a topical navigation listing on the left-hand side of the page. Here's more information on it's features.
I had no idea that last year Norfolk, Virginia had a Mermaids on Parade festivity. Sort of like the cows, Lindborg's dala horses, and the WDC Party Animals. Norfolk, Virginia decided to take a non four-legged animal approach and had mermaids. Here is a listing of some "im-moo-tators" of the cow parade idea. I love public art and think these are all great.
While I was searching for "can't recall what now" on Wikipedia I ended up finding this interesting list of cognitive biases.
Do you ever wonder about life. You know why am I here, why are things the way they are, yadda, yadda, yadda. If you do and you don't like the answers you are giving yourself go to Ask Philosphers.
Have a great weekend.
"Knowledge is of two kinds: we know a subject ourselves, or we know where we can find information upon it." - Samuel Johnson