LiberryDwarf

October 2, 2007

Flowers are the sweetest things God ever made and forgot to put a soul into…

Filed under: art, I.T, Kittens, Trivia, YouTube — liberrydwarf @ 8:02 pm

 You know you work in a library when….(I’m sure there’s a blog called that too) you’re going away with your significant other for a family wedding in our national capital, and when you answer that no, your itinerary doesn’t include Floriade (the national flower show) you get pariah-ed for the rest of the day.

Sigh… anyway, here are your links for the week, proudly brought to you by the outcast librarian…

1) Wikipedia (and its satirical brothers and sisters) are for my money some of the best timewasters on the web – and you never know what you’re going to dig up! This week I present their List of Historical Cats for your pleasure. Did you know that Kaspar was the name of the wooden cat used at the Savoy Hotel in London to round out unlucky parties of thirteen at dinner? Well now you do. Aren’t you lucky?

2) A brain akin to my own, although slightly handier with a pen (and working knowledge of Paypal) – check out the twisted doodles of the Gnome of Truth

3) Got my Dad hooked on Facebook. Am going straight to hell. Anyways, for your YouTube fix tonight, here’s a sweet little parody of a Facebook infomercial (did I say that right? We don’t really have those here…) *shudders* no Poking, people…

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1 Comment »

  1. Hellooo! Thought the Gnome of Truth was particularly impressive!

    Cheers

    BC

    Comment by babychaos — October 2, 2007 @ 9:34 pm


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