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Whatcha think about the BCS?

I've never really watched Adult Swim, but this is pretty funny.


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posted by Michael Tavani @ 9:55 PM | | links to this post

The 411 on Google

This is pretty cool.

Google will look up business phone numbers -- like 411 (but for free). Simply call in and speak your request. The number is 1-800-GOOG-411.

Of course, Google doesn’t stop at the basics. It will connect you to the number you request. Or, you can request more information be sent via text message. It will even send you a map showing the business' location.

www.google.com/goog411/index.html


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posted by Michael Tavani @ 11:27 AM | | links to this post

How to successfully pitch your idea

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posted by Michael Tavani @ 2:58 PM | | links to this post

Great quote

I read this on Cranium founder's Richard Tait's bio page.

Professional credo:
Orville Wright did not have a pilot's license.

By the way, Tait's a pretty interesting guy. After working at Microsoft for 10 years and being named employee of the year, Tait left to pursue his passion. What was his passion? He didn't know. But it wasn't Microsft, so he left the comfort of working for one of the biggest companies in the world.

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posted by Michael Tavani @ 1:03 AM | | links to this post

Orthopaedics 101

Loyal reader, Dr. BR, sends in this pretty comical athletic stunt gone bad. You have to watch it a couple times to appreciate it.


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posted by Michael Tavani @ 3:39 PM | | links to this post

Live entertainment artist David Garibaldi

This guy David Garibaldi has turned boring canvas art into a live entertainment spectacle. So much so that he performed at halftime of a NBA game last night. That space is usually reserved for dunking mascots, big time bands or the the guy who spins basketballs all over his body.

The only other guy to make art so entertaining was the legendary Bob Ross.


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posted by Michael Tavani @ 10:58 AM | | links to this post

Dinnersfromhell.com - funny and powerful

This New York Times article on a small website called dinnersfromhell.com shows the not only the power of the internet but also how funny can be. This video especially is pretty funny.


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posted by Michael Tavani @ 9:01 AM | | links to this post



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