The Best Part of Science is the Killing Edition
Todays links of interest:
- Norway once had parrots.. and they may even have been blue
If you’re lucky, you learn something every single godsdammed day of your life. In this case, I learned that the extra level of hilarity to that classic skit was that parrots weren’t supposed to be indigenous to Norway. Bet that it had lovely plumage.
- Fox Plans to Run Fewer Ads in 2 New Prime-Time Dramas
Expect a marked increase in product placement.
- Facebook, Google Square Off Over Who Controls Your Data (Hint: It’s Not You)
Unless, of course, you choose to control your data by not joining any of these sites. But, by now, you should know that the first rule of privacy on the web is that there is no privacy on the web. It’s kind of like walking out of your house every morning.
- Ikea to offer virtual furniture in The Sims 2 computer game
Because sometimes you need inexpensive, build-it-yourself furniture in your virtual world.
- Sony Pictures gets Goosebumps
And kids (plus more than a few adults) rejoice.
- Freema Agyeman Interview
While there was much love for Billie Piper’s Rose around the ‘loper household that distributes the Dr. Who DVDs to the rest of the other households, we also kinda love Freema Agyeman’s Martha Jones, who even made Torchwood kick up a notch. Also? Sigh.