SONG OF THE DAY: Ellie Goulding has released the first single from her forthcoming CD. This is pretty catchy, this is.
ALL OF OUR EGGS IN ONE BASKET: As we increasingly rely on the interwebs for our day to day existence, this is exactly what could go wrong.
THE RIGHT STUFF: They've still got it. Nice work fellas.
DON'T ASK DON'T TELL: Remember when a whole bunch of very concerned people were warning about the end-of-the-world consequences of ending that policy? Yeah, NOT SO MUCH.
SCIENTIFIC TERM OF THE DAY: Dream Engineering. It's coming. One rat at a time. True fact: I've tried in the past to get myself to dream about something by telling myself that I was going to dream about something before going to bed. Yeah, I know.
PERSEVERANCE: I should probably learn something from this man. I am not worthy.
Photographer Caleb Charland combines science and art in his images of alternative sources of energy. In this instance, he lit a lamp with 300 apples. Head on over here for more.
YOU'RE DOING IT WRONG: I believe this woman needs to find a new job. Or, alternately, empathy.
NO S#!T SHERLOCK: Science confirms the obvious. Sadly, I'm fairly certain that your daily consumption of thenanigans doesn't count.
MAYBE THERE IS HOPE? Hey, I said maybe.
WHAT? NO MONOCLE?
THE VOLT #1: I like this automobile. It's a lovely piece of work. But I can hardly afford it on a radio dude/blogger's income. The sad thing is, General Motors can't really afford it either. That is officially a staggering figure.
VOLT #2: This is one of my favorite reads from the past couple of years. Tremendous author. Terrific collection of stories.
THIS PRETTY MUCH SUMS THINGS UP: