I just discovered what looks to be an awesome food blog. These mini cheesecakes sound amazingly simple, especially compared to the enormous, heavy Lindy's cheesecakes I used to help my mom make. This salad seems like a wacky combination but it's all things I love (yes, I love barley) and I think it'd taste good. Hmm, I wonder if I can get any good strawberries now.
I should be asleep but that second mid-afternoon cup of coffee is interfering with the whole natural "feel sleepy sometime before midnight" thing and my self-discipline is nil.
They seem to have a wider range of artists/labels than other DRM-free services, and their prices are pretty darn good.
65 cents a song and 60 of it seems to go to the artist. Granted, they don't seem to have much of a selection, but maybe that will change. It makes more sense to do things this way than to buy a used CD...which probably ends up costing about the same.
I'm also going to plug http://drmfree.org/ again because I like it.
American Journal of Obstetric Gynecology says no, or did in 1979. Journal of Psychosomatic Medicine (perhaps unsurprisingly) questions the validity (pdf link) of many past studies.
I'm not utterly convinced. It seems likely to me that for certain specific causes or types of infertility, adoption or taking care of children may have a significant effect on fertility (probably female fertility).
Moral Orel episodes online, streaming.
It's a cable show so I've only seen it once or twice, but the episodes are short and funny. (The first one I saw was "The Blessed Union.")
They're also TV-MA, just so ya know.
It's pretty cool, and it's useful for those days when your brain isn't working too well. I used it a lot at one point.
Also, a question for anyone who has their own domain: which domain registrar do you use? Would you recommend them? Have you ever transferred from one registrar to another? How did that go? Do you get your hosting and your domain registration from the same place? If not, do you ever have any problems with that?
One is plastic and dangerous for kids to play with, and the other you can use to carry groceries.
nb: for some reason, I pity Michael Jackson rather than thinking he's evil, actually.
Also: "They're inside of it. They crawled inside, and now I have a giant incredibly heavy piece of carcass in my yard, with 2 dogs inside of it, and they are NOT getting bored of it and coming out. One of them is snoring." DOGS in an ELK. I will continue to provide true stories of animals in interesting places that are not planes as much as possible, because I feel like it.
Yes, they have the whole thing available for online viewing. That's pretty cool.
EDIT: I'm amazed and impressed and in awe of the way that Uganda and Thailand dealt with the AIDS epidemic. So intelligent, so reasonable compared to the way the US did. Sigh.
Sorry cottontimer, I hope your broadband issues get resolved soon, too!
And for a DSL-licious (or at least non-dialup friendly) link: http://pandorafm.real-ity.com/
Excellent knitting technique site
The pictures and videos are really clear, and Amy, the webmistress, includes instructions for people who knit the European (Continental) way. Actually, she seems to have gone to great lengths to include instructions and pictures of almost any method she's ever heard of, which is pretty impressive. It was hard finding sites offering help for European-style knitters. The English style confuses me like whoa.
(She also uses yarn in one of my favorite colors for all of her examples, which certainly doesn't hurt.)