Nov. 24, 2000
Museum of Fred
Not all art has to be in a hoity-toity museum.
Fred believes that the amateur art he's bought over
the years deserves a spot in the sun. And so he has
put his collection online for the world to appreciate.
These paintings may not compare to Monet or Picasso,
but the portraits of little girls holding flowers
and magnificent ships on the open sea aren't too shabby either.
How does a fresh batch of mealworm chocolate chip cookies sound?
Or would you rather munch on some chocolate covered crickets? Yummy!
Find out which insects are indeed fit for human consumption, and
get some tasty recipes for bug-infested tacos, cookies and candy.
The Brownie Camera @ 100: A Celebration
Remember the Brownie cameras from your childhood? The Brownie was initially
marketed to children, but soon everyone was taking snapshots
with this easy-to-use camera. Kodak celebrates this beloved camera with
images of original advertisements, audio commentary
files and stories from people who refuse to go on vacation without their
Named in honor of Charles Darwin, the father of evolution, the
Darwin Awards commemorate those who improve our gene pool
by removing themselves from it. Read about people who might not have left
this plane in an honorable way. For example, one man shot himself while
explaining gun safety to his wife.
In another story, a terrorist didn't put enough postage on a letter
bomb, and it came back marked "return to sender." He opened
the package and was blown away. I think you get the idea.
Harry Potter Lexicon
Still feel like a dunce when it comes to Harry Potter books?
You're not alone. Many of us don't know the first thing about
Col. Fubster and the Dursleys. And what the heck is a boomslang?
The Harry Potter Lexicon is here to help. The site reveals details
about the Muggle world, wizarding folks, spells, creatures and the Ministry