This month I posted 14 entries, crafted 35 tweets, listened to 73 songs, watched 6 videos, bookmarked 4 sites, took 7 photos and favorited 32 things.
Skier Gets Buried by an Avalance while Wearing a HelmetCam
"This was a decent sized avalanche. 1,500 feet the dude fell in a little over 20 seconds." Watching his friends dig him out at around 6 minutes is truly amazing.
Keep Track of Transportation Expenses with MetroCost
The iPhone app lets you track all of your rides and see if unlimited or pay-per-ride cards are more cost effective. There are other tools like it that are free, but actually tracking your rides makes this worth the $2.
Posted September 24, 2009
A NINETEEN pound baby was born in Indonesia recently. Look at that guy. He could probably kick my ass. [via David]
A home was built out of 3.3 million Legos, but no one wanted to buy it, including Legoland. Thank God, because now they get to destroy it.
Posted September 14, 2009
Seriously. Please keep being awesome.
Quentin Tarantino's top 20 movies
Some surprises, but overall a list of movies a love. Jason has the video and a text list of the twenty films.
Traier for Antichrist
Lars von Trier's new film looks terrifying. Can't wait to see it.
Creating a Lightbox with Only HTML and CSS
Really impressive. I still only kind of understand it. [via For a Beautiful Web]
Breathtaking Video of a Ukrainian Sand Artist
I was almost moved to tears. She tells a heartfelt story with her hands a very thin layer of sand.
Marco's Subway Gadget Survey
My observations are about the same, but I see fewer Kindles, more Zunes and more PSPs. I wonder what subway line he takes the most. I frequent the F/V and A/C/E.
Federer's Footwork: Artful and Efficient
As a casual tennis player, I can appreciate the hard work that goes into Federer's footwork. This does a great job illustrating what he does best.
Urinal Protocol Vulnerability
Damn, I am glad someone finally posted about this. I think about this every time I go to take whiz. Randall covered it well, but I definitely have more to say on the subject.