If someone could draw a pentagram on the ground and use black magic to summon you, what five objects most essential to you would they have to place in the pentagram? Go »
A professor at Tokyo University is developing see-through clothing - that is, onlookers would see right through the person to the other side, making him effectively invisible. Don't believe it? Go »
More Celebrity Marriages
You know that creepy but mildly exhilarating feeling you get when you find out that two seemingly arbitrary celebrities from different worlds are actually married to each other? I just got that when I found out that "Dateline NBC" host Jane Pauley and Doo Go »
I'm pleased to report, after spending two days at a sci-fi & gaming convention, it wasn't nearly as embarassing as I had anticipated. A friend proposed the idea, and I figured why not; I had been to plenty of comic book conventions in high school, but thi Go »
I normally don't like it when weblogs have links as entries too often - make a list in the sidebar if you're going to have that many links - but today I have a lot to share. Kelly found the poet Sidney Lanier after whom Lanier Drive is named. Go »
I've always been amused by sports teams that are named after the city in which they're launched, then move to a new city where their name doesn't make any sense. There's a lot of that in the NFL. Go »
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