I spend time surfing the web everyday. I admit it. I am not ashamed. Here are the pages I marked today on Ma.gnolia:
Ma.gnolia: Recently Ma.rk'd
I have been told that this is a schweet place to grab some grub in Austin. Bookmarking it for later reference–I must be sure to check it out!
“Galaxy Cafe combines high quality homemade food with the convenience & moderate pricing of “fast casual” dining. We use the freshest ingredients & offer a varied menu with a gourmet flair including gormet wraps, sandwiches, burgers, salads, soups, vegetarian dishes, kid friendly items & daily blue plate specials. All of our breads are baked fresh daily.”
I was told that 101 Cookbooks had some good Vegan recipes — so I’m checking it out. Looks like we might have some winners here. I also like the very simple site design (it suits my TASTE).
“My favorite way to serve guacamole! The guacamole itself is quite traditional – I’ve only added a couple pinches of cumin and curry powder. I then serve it with toasted naan bread instead of chips (but chips would be delicious too).”
It’s always exciting to see Mozilla working on something –especially when that something is available for mac (it is so often not). This is a project that I’ll be keeping my eyes on…
“Canon EOS 450D / Digital Rebel XSi: Pre-PMA 2008: Canon has today announced a new compact digital SLR, the twelve megapixel EOS 450D (Digital Rebel XSi). On the surface a very similar camera to the EOS 400D, however … “
More from Bill Wadman. I esp. like the first shot–the angle of the building and the typography. The second shot looks a bit too coy for my taste, and the final shot is very nice.
Why’s (Poignant) Guide To Ruby is a quirky little romp through Ruby. Though it tends to stray a bit too much from the subject matter, I did find it helpful when I was taking my first steps into Ruby.
A recent bridal shoot by Nat–I think there are some really good one’s in here!
“Since we can’t sample the deepest regions of the Earth, scientists watch the velocity of seismic waves as they travel through the planet to determine the composition and density of that material. Now a new study suggests that material in part of the lower mantle has unusual electronic characteristics that make sound propagate more slowly, suggesting that the material there is softer than previously thought. The results call into question the traditional techniques for understanding this region of the planet. The authors, including Alexander Goncharov from the Carnegie Institution’s Geophysical Laboratory, present their results in the January 25, 2008, issue of Science.”
Handy little unicode chart. But not such a pretty little web site.
A good little wordpress how-to.
Saving this for later…