- New releases: Fiction Vixen (romance), AAR (romance), and Dear Author (romance)
- Linkity from Smart Bitches.
- Quotes from Fahrenheit 451.
- The Fahrenheit 451 permission slip.
- Very large flip books.
- Neil Gaiman… flirting with the Merriam-Webster twitter.
Do, Make, Learn, Think
- “50 facts about felines“.
- “Being single is now a disability“.
- “A day in the life of a penguin caretaker“.
- Some thoughts on fan discourse.
- Spanakopita grilled cheese.
- Slow-cooker chicken and rice soup.
- Spinach and sweet potato chickpea crustless quiche.
- Spike pumpkin spice coffee creamer.
- Cinnamon roll blondies. (via gilajames)
- Red wine hot chocolate. (via Lifehacker)
- Steampunk clockwork aesthetic.
- Yesterday was Black Cat Day! Here’s a little black cat drama for you. And a video compilation.
- Celebrate Pumpkin Spice Day!
- Three-headed dragon statue that breathes fire.
- 12-sided calendar.
- A video of the Arctic.
- Linkity from Hockey in Society.
- Linkity from kmkat.
Cool or Wha…?
- The Chizza.
- Venison sandwiches at Arby’s.
- But… won’t your bike then smell horrible?!
- “Get the last word by sending your enemies an actual bag of dicks to eat“.
- An iPhone skin so your phone will look like a partially melted Samsung Galaxy Note 7.
- A coloring book about Presidential drinking habits.
- I’m Chaotic Good. 🙂
- Life with a cat.
- xkcd on mushrooms. (Hover your cursor/long-press for additional text.)
- Melted Google Earth.
- Autocorrect and lunch. Autocorrect and burgers.
- “The best unintentionally obscene Halloween cake EVER!“
- And another Cake Wreck.
Drawing Autism by Jill Mullen. It was interesting to see the wide variety of art drawn by others on the spectrum and to read their thoughts about their art. But my favorite remains this bit from Temple Grandin’s intro:
Some people who are visual thinkers can do geometry and trigonometry; they possess the second kind of mind: the pattern thinker. Instead of creating photo-realistic pictures in their imaginations, they see patterns and relationships between numbers. It is a more abstract form of visual thinking…. If they do visual art, it may be more abstract and impressionistic, as opposed to photo-realistic.