i just have to close some tabs, you know?
so i'm just going to toss you a hodgepodge of assorted links that i liked enough to tell you about.
tree of life web project is a fun exploratory thing you can play with if you like biology, which i do.
bryan makes self-portraits under the influence of various drugs. it's a weird psycho-pharmacological documentary/art project.
you probably don't follow this blog, but here's one of the best posts i've ever read.
this is an awesome gallery of pretty science-y pictures.
want to see where all the geolocated tweets are coming from today? go here.
i think these involuntary collaborations are very funny.
here's a handy tool you can use if for some reason you need to identify all the world's national flags.
...and if you want to know how the world moos, go here.
The Omnificent English Dictionary In Limerick Form
here's an awesome weather map site that will turn out so many cool graphs for you that it will make you giddy.
...and another fabulous interactive map that shows health and well-being statistics by state and county
and if you're not sick to death of maps (i never am), an awesome interactive historical map of new york.
here's a fabulous panoramic view from the top of everest, and for the hardy adventurer here's an expedition documentary you won't want to miss.
this comic makes me nearly pee myself every time i see it:
so. now i can close some tabs. not enough tabs, but some. there are still some things i need to play with before i decide to pass them on to you or not.