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Apr. 13th, 2009 | 20:02
written to: Horatio Tiberius Caine

agnus dei; agnus dei; qui tollis peccata mundi...

Warning: Don't date me. I'm an unstable jackass and will do my best to hurt you, probably just to see if you feel.

VideoJug: Life explained. On film.
    Need to fix your car, or just trying to figure out your computer? Want to know when your friends are lying to you, whether or not the girl you're chatting up actually likes you, or just how to make dinner? VideoJugs explains anything you need to know about getting through life -- in short, friendly films.

    "Instructables is a web-based documentation platform where passionate people share what they do and how they do it, and learn from and collaborate with others." Whether you need help with your recent build project, or you're looking for idea for your next one, explore and test the knowledge of the Instructables community.

LifeHacker: Tips & Downloads for Getting Things Done
    Life! Such a complicated necessity. Make it easier with LifeHacker.

Open Source as Alternative
    Looking for some open source (read: free) alternatives to expensive commercial programmes? Find them at OSalt.com.

    From the people who brought you Mind Hacks, along with some choice other contributers, comes the MindHacks weblog. Bringing you the best in modern neuroscience and psychology, to help you understand how your mind works, and how the people who already know are using it against you.

For Those Who Want To Know
    Slip-ups, cover-ups, conspiracies and manipulations; all the reliable facts you need to feed you paranoia.

TED: Ideas Worth Spreading
    The annual TED (Technology, Education, Design) conference brings together some of the brightest, innovative and inspiring minds of our time. See the best of these talks and performances online, for free.

Librarian Chick
    "Free resources for those with big brains and small pocketbooks!" Specifically useful for students of all ages, LibraryChick brings you the resources you need to make things a little easier, for free.

The Elegant Universe
    In 24 four to ten minute segments, watch PBS/NOVA's The Elegant Universe, a three-part mini-series which explores Einstein and String Theory, based on the book of the same name host Briane Greene.

...dona nobis pacem; dona nobis pacem; pacem

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from: corvidophiliac
date: Apr. 14th, 2009 01:39 (UTC)

Hahah, a variety of ways. Some things I find through StumbleUpon, other things I find from links on less interesting/other websites, and some are things that other people have shown me or told me about, or that I've found while looking for something else/looking for something online to show someone -- like The Elegant Universe which I saw when PBS/NOVA actually aired it.

I have a lot of others backlogged, so I think I'm going to keep posting up a few every week, with loose themes, since I know at least a few people follow my LJ and I don't use it for much else.

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I fucking love Lifehacker.

from: lucidpsyche
date: Apr. 14th, 2009 02:23 (UTC)

Like, seriously.

And the Elegant Universe thing I watched in physics when I was in college! :D Man, that's the only physics course I'd ever take again -- interesting topics and awesome professor.

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