Yay for happy links today!
For your creeping-purposes, you can follow this elementary school teacher/foodie as he eats a school lunch everyday and catalogues the (non)nutritive value of the foods served. Didn’t any else’s grade-school chicken nuggets bounce?
Disgusted with that? Okay, make up for it with a Rough-Style Squash and Goat Cheese Pizza/Flatbread thing. All you need is some spinach, 1940s crooning music, and a candle to have a night of it.
I am not a crafty person, but maybe you people are! Check out ApartmentTherapy’s list of 10 Best Crafting Blogs.
Essential Tools for the DIY-er. Accepting any of these for giftees, folks. Women wielding power tools is a beautiful thing.
Random pic of the day: The new Draco Malfoy Lego Character.
Dunno why you’d want to weave old newpaper into yarn, but here are some instructions.
Why open-source will win the race: the tortoise/hare problem. “Open source springs from dissatisfaction.¨
Phones these days are horrendously complicated to use, let alone buy. Here’s a pretty decent guide for non-gadget nerds (aka the people who are just now asking if I’ve heard that Google has a phone) to use when looking for a new communication device.
If you are among the converted and using Chrome 4 (available in all OSes, so no excuses), the internet browser by Google, rejoice unto thee because Greasemonkey userscripts run in Chrome natively, with no extra work. I can get back to my beautiful Helvetimail soon. Don’t know what Greasemonkey script (basically a pretti-fier) to choose? Try this list.