I'm sure you noticed that I haven't posted in a while. There's actually no good reason. With that said, I'm not quite sure where to go with my blog. I've been doing it for about 5 1/2 years, but it's not something that I enjoy doing that much any longer, and I'm not sure how relevant it is either with all the changes online since then. This started out as a way to share the silly links that I found online, but now there are so many more ways to do that, and so much more material being thrown at you.
I do want to thank everyone for reading over the years and for your feedback. Who knows I may start it back up some day. I'm around on twitter/plurk and email which are all linked on the right side of the screen. If you did enjoy this blog and want similar links, here are a few links that I'll leave you with.
Strangely enough I got a lot of my materials from those three sites (probably in that order too) and things friends/family sent me.
Thursday, December 29, 2011
Monday, December 19, 2011
made a Christmas Tree from Bottles frugal, but I call it smart. If you have a lot of garbage you can reuse, you may as well do it and do it creatively. Not only are they reusing what may otherwise be garbage, but they're saving an entire tree in the process. Another plus, it looks really great and unique.
Posted by Green at 9:14 PM
Thursday, December 15, 2011
creating the Internet Justice League. Poor Google Plus is always the butt end of the jokes.
Monday, December 12, 2011
There's no shortage of impressively creative Minecraft videos on YouTube, but I found this one particularly interesting. It's the classic Super Mario Land for Gameboy recreated using Minecraft blocks. As opposed to embedding the video, I'm linking to the Boing Boing article that explains how it was made.
Over the years, I've seen many food products come and go out of style. Some I was glad to see, others, not so much. A Facebook friend linked this "25 Foods You'll Never be able to Eat Again" article the other day and it got the nostalgic juices flowing. Just like old cartoons, I'd be willing to bet, if you tried one of these items today, it wouldn't be as good as you remembered. A while back, I did a search, and you can still buy unopened Crystal Pepsi bottles/cans on ebay.