Maybe it's just me, but did you ever wonder where it is science writers for magazines and...

posted 05 March 2002
Maybe it's just me, but did you ever wonder where it is science writers for magazines and newspapers find out about all those studies and all the research projects they report on? Apparently, it's at EurekAlert, "the premier science news website since 1996". An endless stream of interesting new articles and research. Yay! Somewhere new to read.

Also, some random browsing started at memepool, brilliant as always, and led to the B3TA Zoo, featuring such wonders as Apanda Bin Laden, Chris Tarantula, the Tarantullama, and finally Chimpanzeena herself. Thence to B3TA itself, which is amazing, followed by Animutation, including the hilarious if completely unpronounceable Hyakugojyuuichi, which is so worth the time. An interview with animutation's 15-year-old creater then led me to FARK, which is yet another memepool-like site, with its major categories of bulletin being "amusing", "asinine", "obvious", "spiffy", "strange", and "boobies". Cool.

Then I stopped, because I clearly should have stopped long before.
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