Maybe not the *absolute* best if you're into women, but it's pretty darn nifty.
This is relevant to our interests.
Eight in 10 Americans who use the Internet look for health information online, and many who research such information online determine that they have a serious medical problem. The Internet is a resource, not your doctor, and always check your sources for reliability.
"Tomorrow, the U.S. Marshals will begin selling [Ted Kaczynski's] possessions via an online auction run by the General Services Administration. 'We will use the technology that Kaczynski railed against in his various manifestos to sell artifacts of his life,' said U.S. Marshal Albert Nájera of the Eastern District of California in a release. "The proceeds will go to his victims and, in a very small way, offset some of the hardships they have suffered."
This man has made an amazing toothpick sculpture of San Francisco, which is cool in and of itself, but it also has multiple tours of the city built into it that he sends ping pong balls on. Definitely watch the video!
This was too weird not to share. The headline kind of tells the story. I added the DIY link because it's as yet undetermined how the guy started on fire.
Gonzo takes us through an eerily deep journey after the internet is dead and trolls walk the streets.
via Mental Floss, a step-by-step guide to DIY Easter candy. Peeps, creme eggs and all.
Fried Yoda (aka Steven Callas) guides us through surviving the robot apocalypse.
Interesting fellow has stitched a quilt, of used women's underwear (I do so hate the word panties). This link is the video.
Longer article: http://www.connecttristates.com/news/story.aspx?id=599008