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A Gathering of Links

The Pamela Anderson contest remains open through this afternoon.


That Harry Potter discussion
is still going on (over 200 comments now).

Smash is looking for a job as a project manager. Maybe you know someone who knows someone who might be hiring someone?

Engadget 1985

I've been taking part on the Phantom Professor's writing assignments.

Coheed and Cambria (remember? The band whose song I am fixated on? Have you downloaded/listened yet? Why not?) will be releasing a graphic novel based on their songs.

And just as a side note, I've had the King Herod song from Jesus Christ, Superstar (prove to me that you're divine, change my water into win) in my head for days. No matter what else I listen to, that particular song just won't leave my brain.

New favorite blogs: Dr. Jimmy's Basement Booty and Tales to Astonish!

I should probably do some work. Got links? Leave 'em below.

Comments

Engadget 1985 cracked my ass up:

The Tandy 600 sports a flip-up 80×16 LCD, built-in 300 baud modem, parallel port, reset button, display control, floppy disk expansion port...

Woohoo! Fame and fortune, here I come!

Worse than having "King Herod's Song" in your head is the visual of the actor from the movie dressed as King Herod, with his belly flopping all over the place.

Whoops - maybe I just planted that in your head. :-)

If your site is like mine, you'll be getting traffic for months, maybe years off that Harry Potter post. I love that you even have people discussing the Russian translation.

Thanks! Now it's in mine.

Love that soundtrack though...

Just thought you might be interested:
http://my.webmd.com/content/article/61/67505.htm
Now I have to go find something that will drive "King Herod's Song" out of my mind, without leaving "It's a Small World After All" stuck in its place.

you "non Yankee."

Fer cristo, you leave me dealing with this""??

'Girl from Ipanema' will fix that, every time. Won't stick around in your head, either.