In my bar - Select (The Webtender) Select the ingredients you have in your bar from this rather large list of ingredients. This list is created from all ingredients used in more than one or two drinks. When you finish your selection, go to the bottom of the page and click the "Generate List of Drinks" button. The Webtender will then generate a list of all drinks possible to make from your selection of ingredients. If you click "Pick Random", one of the drinks you can make will be selected for you. Use the "Save Selection" and "Clear Selection" to save the current selection or clear a saved selection. Important: Hold down the CTRL key (Windows) or Apple key (Mac) to select more than one ingredient from the list. Home · Search · Forums · Bookstore · Barstore · Web Index · Feedback · Survey
» 8 People Who Will Ruin Your Party Throwing a party is a lot of work, so it’s a real disappointment when somebody you invited ruins it. Here’s 8 types of people to watch out for before you make your next invite list. 8. Person Who Insists On Cleaning Up Your Party While It’s Still Going On WHERE YOU CAN FIND THEM: Right in front of you, asking if your drink is finished. Or, methodically moving through the party with a white trash bag and a look on their face as if they’ve been hunting Osama Bin laden for the last 6 years and have narrowed down his whereabouts to somewhere in this party. WHY THEY WILL RUIN YOUR PARTY: Drinking a beer, much like sex, is far less enjoyable when someone is asking you if you’re finished every five minutes. WHERE YOU WILL FIND HIM: Right by the fridge, bro, cause that’s where all the beer is! HOW HE WILL RUIN YOUR PARTY: From the moment this guy shows up, everything he says has an exclamation point at the end of it. 6. 4. 3. 2. 8 Truthful Celebrity Autobiography Covers
12 ways to use Twitter to increase your productivity - Simple He A very common criticism of Twitter (other than its uptime) is that it’s just a distraction, “noise” that doesn’t actually help you in any way. Well, here are 12 ways you can use Twitter productively. MultiMap The MultiMap twitter bot helps you to access maps, directions and local information by simply sending direct messages via Twitter. You can send a message to fetch local information such as the closest ATM, tourist attraction, park, cinema, theatre or even find entries on wikipedia about what is nearby. Add @multimap as a friend and start sending it commands. Fuelfrog Fuelfrog is a service that allows you to track your gas mileage by letting them know the miles you traveled on your last tank, the price you paid, and how many gallons you added to your car. Usage: after you sign up for the Fuelfrog service, add @fuelfrog as a Twitter friend. miles price gallons Example: d fuelfrog 342 3.239 10.293 Commuter Feed Add @commuter to your Twitter list. which is: Group Tweet timer Example: trackthis
Morbid Anatomy: The Morbid Anatomy Library The Morbid Anatomy Library is a research library and private museum in Brooklyn, New York. It is committed to celebrating and providing materials dedicated to the places where death and beauty intersect. The Library is open on Saturdays from 2-6 PM. The library makes available a collection of curiosities, books, photographs, artworks, ephemera, and artifacts relating to medical museums, anatomical art, collectors and collecting, cabinets of curiosity, the history of medicine, death and society, natural history, arcane media, and curiosity and curiosities broadly considered. The Morbid Anatomy Library's current Scholars in Residence are Evan Michelson of Obscura Antiques and Oddities and the Science Channel's "Oddities" and writer and researcher Salvador Olguín whose area of expertise is death in Mexico. We gratefully accept donations to the library holdings; donations are tax deductable and you can send them to the mailing address below. Photos by Shannon Taggart.
Seguir el viaje de sus billetes So You've Decided to be Evil A Step-by-Step Guide to joining the Forces of Darkness Congratulations on your decision to join the forces of darkness! Evil always needs more tools... I mean... agents... for its unholy army of the night, and by joining now you can rest assured that your remaining years will be spent pursuing the 'good' things of life: lust, greed, debauchery, the slaughter of hapless innocents... Sign My Guestbook View My Guestbook Graphics used with permission from Deb's Computer Graphics Old Guestbook Entries, Old Guestbook Entries #2 , Old Guestbook Entries #3, Old Guestbook Entries #4 Copyright 2001 Neil Zawacki. 10 Most Awesome Tree Houses Too High Teahouse Completed in Spring, 2004, Terunobu Fujimori, a professor of architecture at the University of Tokyo, built his boyhood dream hideaway in Takasugi-an (Chino, Nagano), a teahouse on stilts, in the bottom of his father's garden. So said his father when he saw it: "There goes Terunobu, making something wacky again." World's Largest tree house The halcyon days of our youth where a few 2x4s pounded into an old elm with rusty nails constituted the coolest tree house on the block are not just long dead, but now embarrassingly overshadowed by the richest kid on the street, Lord Northumberland, and his World's Largest tree house. Located on the grounds of Alnwick Gardens just 95 miles south of Edinburgh (and next to the Alnwick Castle, the very one used in the Harry Potter films), this 6,000-square-foot tree house leviathan soars 56 feet above the ground and is connected with 4,000-square-feet of suspended walkways. Nescafé Treehouse Free Spirit Spheres The Dome O2 Treehouse
Site gespot: Twitjobs.nl Je volgende baan via Twitter Wat doet Twitjobs.nl?“Via Twitjobs abonneren gebruikers zich op een feed van vacatures in hun vakgebied. Het concept richt dus primair op Twitteraars die het handig vinden om relevante vacatures te ontvangen via Twitter. Waarom Twitjobs.nl? Hoe werkt Twitjobs.nl? Het meest onderscheidende is waarschijnlijk de inzet van een Twitter-agent die vragen beantwoordt. Belangrijk is in de uitvoering is dat alle tweets specifiek voor Twitter geschreven worden. Wat zijn de facts van Twitjobs.nl? Wie maakt Twitjobs.nl? Frankwatching in gesprek met Steven Jongeneel van Twitjobs.nl Occultopedia: The Occult and Unexplained Encyclopedia Welcome to Occultopedia, the premier internet index of the paranormal, occult and inexplicable. In addition to being the foremost online destination for information about the supernatural, unusual phenomena and the occult, Occultopedia also features a variety of resources for the pagan community, new age buffs, unexplained phenomena enthusiasts, curious minds, and skeptics as well.Occultopedia is the genuine article, the original and the best internet index of the extraordinary and uncanny, shamelessly copied by many, but never equaled. Online since 1995 — at first in a free web space provider, and in 1997 finally with its own domain name and hosting — Occultopedia still is the principal online resource for those looking for the unexplained, the curious and the unusual. Occultopedia is a work in progress, and is not completed.
Grant Robinson They're Autistic--and They're in Love: Magazine Lindsey Nebeker and Dave Hamrick each used to wonder if they’d ever find lasting love. Here’s how they came together—and how, side by side, they face the world. There are two bedrooms in the cozy Jackson, Mississippi, apartment: Dave Hamrick’s is like a dad’s den, with a striped beige armchair and a hanging map; Lindsey Nebeker’s is darkly girly, with spiky dried roses hung over a bed topped by a graphic leaf-print quilt. After work on any given evening, Dave and Lindsey are likely to be orbiting the home separately, doing their own thing. Dave may be flipping through magazines, pausing to stare fixedly at design details or leaning in to inhale the scent of the pages. Lindsey typically sits down to eat alone—from a particular plate with a particular napkin placed just so—and may slip so deeply into her own world that Dave has learned to whisper “Psst…” when he approaches so as to not startle her and, on a bad night, make her scream. Photo: Courtesy of Gorden Nebeker
Area 51 Front Gate Local anchors: White Bus Cameras The road to the front gate is long and dusty, but good enough to travel at the rated speed (45 MPH) most of its length. After collecting a quarter inch of dust on your rear bumper, you will eventually arrive at the front gate of Area 51. You can read about the Internal Security Act at and the restrictions against photography at . Warning Signs January 2010 Note the paved (sealed) road at the right side of the photograph. Older winter photograph This photo at the front gate shows that some people can head straight past the warning signs, and some people have to make a U-turn. January 2010 photograph. Animal tracks in the snow (January 2010) OK, OK, just maybe I'm starting to believe those space alien rumors.... Snow on cactus This is just plain wrong! White Bus Now a closer examination yields something interesting under the bus. Cameras Cameras January 2010
Information Architects » Blog Archive » The 100% Easy-2-Read Sta by Oliver Reichenstein Most websites are crammed with small text that’s a pain to read. Why? There is no reason for squeezing so much information onto the screen. Screen vs. magazine: 100% is NOT big; image by Wilson Miner. Don’t tell us to adjust the font size We don’t want to change our browser settings every time we visit a website! Don’t tell us busy pages look better Crowded websites don’t look good: they look nasty. Don’t tell us scrolling is bad Because then all websites are bad. Don’t tell us text is not important 95% of what is commonly referred to as web design is typography. Don’t tell us to get glasses Rather, stop licking your screen, lean back (!) Five Simple Rules 1. The font size you are reading right now is not big. We don’t want to click bigger or smaller buttons and we don’t want to change our preferences. Initially it is more difficult to create a good layout with a big font size, but that difficulty will help you design a simpler, clearer site. 2. Let your text breathe. 3.
Only the Creepiest Photos Ever Taken Mourning is a strange thing, and different cultures deal with it in vastly different ways. But there are reasons people associate the Victorians with morbidity and death, and one of them is memento mori. The fact is, postmortem photographs like this were taken more than any other kind of photograph in the Victorian era -- especially in the U.S. -- and in many cases these carefully arranged, meticulously staged pictures were the only ones ever taken of their subjects. From Stanley Burns' book Sleeping Beauty: Memorial Photography in America: These photographs were a common aspect of American culture, a part of the mourning and memorialization process. So, given your lack of a "culturally normative response" to these pictures, dear reader, we advise the faint of heart among you to click elsewhere. "Child in Coffin at the Death Room" From PBS.com: "This portrait appears to have been taken in the formal parlor of a family home.