This week has seemed sooooo long to me for some reason. Not to mention I've been a very busy bee. Every night this week was taken up by some obligation or another, which is great, but I'm looking forward to relaxing a little this weekend. On to the procrastination! If you're not as gung-ho about the holidays as I am, you might be interested in Metromix's Holidaze list for some "alternative" holiday movies. If you''re a Twitter-phile like me, you'll probably find this as amusing as I did. Twitterpillar Emerges as Fail Whale Becomes 'Endangered'. Wired explores the discovery of the X-ray and the DIY craze that followed with some really cool photos. The BBC went inside a frozen pizza factory. I love these kind of videos. Kind of makes me wish I had cable. . . just kind of though. I still haven't seen the new James Bond movie yet, so shut it! if you have. Gizmodo looked at a 1966 article on the Inventions of James Bond.
I'm sure everyone has seen this, but in the chance you haven't, please go look at this drawing of a spider. And then go to eBay and see how much it won at auction.
Apparently Monty Python got upset at being "ripped off" on YouTube, and decided to create their own channel with the videos taken directly from their vaults. And there was much rejoicing.
And lastly, um, apparently I am in food porn. Scroll down and you'll see me. . . curious.
Don't forget! The second challenge is due on Sunday by midnight! So get those pens writing, shutters clicking, and err, whatever you do, just do it!