Assorted Links

I haven’t been in much of a blogging mood lately, so I thought I’d just dump these links into a single entry rather than writing about anything in particular.

  • Slacker Manager – The unspoken language of…, wherein the writer provides a number of humorous non-verbal cues for ending a conversation in the workplace.
  • How to Cut, wherein the writer presents images and instructions for cutting a variety of foods.
  • Cliché Finder, wherein a visitor can enter a word and find clichés that include the word.
  • Unhappy Birthday, wherein the author describes a bizarre twist on an old song.
  • Filing a Complaint with the FCC, wherein the government allows citizens like you and me to complain about junk mail, obscenity, phone slamming, and other telecommunications practices that bother us
  • mocha lionLatte art at Flickr, wherein baristas show off their latte-making prowess with gorgeous designs and thereby put my little latte hearts to shame.

One of these days I’ll get around to writing something again. Hope this tides you over until I can think of something to say.

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5 Responses to Assorted Links

  1. Jonathan Chaffer says:

    Strong Bad has some answers to annoying conversations as well:

  2. Dad says:

    Writer’s block, Karl, or has something else captured your interest?

  3. No, not writer’s block, really. Just not feeling particularly inspired. Maybe when the snow melts…

  4. Aunt Ginny says:

    As a happy recipient of many of your beautiful latte hearts, I must say that the taste would trump any fancy schmancy decorations that most of the other baristas could dish out!

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