I’m purging my RSS feeds again. The last time I did it completely was 2008. It has been far too long. Currently I’m sitting at 248 feeds and have been using Google Reader since 2007- roughly 6 years and 203,731 items read. That’s about 93 items a day, every day for 6 years.
Clearly, I read most things from 6:00 PM until 11:00 PM. Getting an iPhone has evened some of the reading time out some.
And with that self indulgent surface level data done with, here’s some strange Internet ephemera.
That is a terrifying glimpse into someone’s house built in 1724 that happens to be full of partially dismembered mannequins. My wife found this one.
Both of the clips above are just two recent examples of things continuing to move after people have died. Package deliveries are pretty common (and hopefully positive) but the second endorsement by a man who passed away earlier in the week felt pretty unpleasant.
Sadly, I collect screenshots of odd wireless network names.
I don’t know why edtech is fascinated with bananas but it is. I took this shot at ISTE.
This is from my hometown. It’s pretty much sums up how things went in high school.
Hawking. The world is strange.
So if a teacher on a social network stumbles across something like this, what do they do?
The best review for a digital voice recorder you’re likely to see.
Ah. I am sorry for you.
The first “under construction” Facebook site post I’ve seen.
Jimmy’s charge was “sanitary facilities.” What in god’s name did he do?