My wife has been bugging me lately about the amount of time I spend on the computer. She claims she's merely trying to restore my perspective. Fine. So, after 126 consecutive days, the daily blog format will become (at best) a weekly format giving an eclectic mix of the best stuff I encounter in my internet travels. So, here goes. Really cool stuff made from balloons. Some guy fooling around with clouds. Another entry from the They had to have noticed catalogue. Funny response letter from a college professor regarding a test submission. And finally, I'll try to include at least one film clip. This week's clip is a Simpson's couch compilation. Thanks to all who read and reply.


Two Replies to Ch Ch Ch Ch Changes...

Scott Hardie | December 15, 2007
Thanks for so many fun links so far, and the more to come in weekends ahead. :-)

Matthew Preston | December 19, 2007
I really like the clouds link. Although the last picture with the can of compressed air is bothersome to me. It's a trigger mechanism and she's holding it like its push button!


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