Journalists across the world are celebrating today after the Associated Press finally declared a change in the style for the word "website," which was formerly known as "Web site." Two words, with a space between, and the W capitalized.
From this day forth, all the toilets in the kingdom shall be known as Johns, and all the websites will be known as websites!
The wonderfully hilarious PhotoshopDisasters blog, which features extra limbs, freakishly tiny waists, elongated arms and legs, bad cut-and-paste work and unnaturally bright eyes, all done in post-production.
Unless of course there are aliens on earth that look like those people.
It’s a great read and will give you giggles and creeps too.
If you’re more of a movie buff, the list of the 100 worst movies of the past decade, as compiled by rottentomatoes.com. Recent flicks "Whiteout" and "All About Steve" are on the list.
The only ones I’ve seen (part of) on the list: Dragonfly, The Perfect Man. These weren’t good movies, but I don’t remember thinking "These have to be some of the worst movies made in the past 10 years."
The University of Minnesota and the Center for Excellence in Rural Safety have sponsored a pretty neat website called Safe Road Maps, which contains, well, maps.
But the cool part of the site is that it also shows "hot spots" where there have been fatal collisions on the roads. The hot spots in Worthington seem to be along Minnesota 60 and U.S. 59, including a spot right where 60 meets Interstate 90.
Then you can click on the "hot spot" and get some details about the accident, including a view of the road.
I encourage you all to check it out. It’s a pretty neat site.