- Twitter Helloween Icons – Dress up your tweets with tiny dracula and mummy heads today. Note – they only display when you’re using the Twitter.com website.
- A Revolver? That Is A Tweaked Tactic – CNN goes a little far in stirring up pre-election jitters.
- The Broken Umbrellas Blog – “Send us your tired, your poor, your broken umbrellas.”
- Scary Halloween Fright: Twitter Vote Report Help Page – Somewhere along the line, this project took a tragic wrong turn. Why are you using this conversation space for your complicated data parsing? One hashtag is irritating enough:
- It’s Not Its – If misuse of the possessive apostrophe irks you, keep this URL in your buffer and send it along to would-be grammar crimes perpetrators.
- Jeremy Pepper On The Four P’s – Heh.
- Margaret And Helen – This blog belongs to Helen Philpot, 82. It has been making the rounds on political blogs but is also worth noting here for its wonderful header image that includes not one, but two women driving around on motorized scooters on a ship.
- Should I Use Blackface On My Blog? A Flowchart – A heh from 2006 that a loosely related Google search dragged up yesterday; worth a re-look given the role race is playing in the election discourse.
After a brief hiatus, the Friday heh list returns. Some of these have been sitting in the vault for a bit, but they haven’t lost a thing in terms of body and texture.
- “Sorry About That” – I’d like to know a little more of the backstory here. Ry?
- Bring Back The Lasers – By now you’ve probably already yearbooked yourself, but your recollections of awkward youth moments aren’t complete until you photoshop yourself into a laser background template. Here’s how it looks in action:
- Songs And Posters About Everything – The songs Sean Drinkwater from the Barbarian Group made for Adobe Photoshop Express are a large heh. You can listen to and grab the songs themselves here, or read more about the project aqui.
- Logic Puzzles For Mail Carriers – Something about this doesn’t seem like best practices to me.
- List Of Months By Year: 2000-2005 – Thanks, Wikipedia!
- This list was published a day early. For the last hour, I thought it was Friday. Heh.