Normally I would share web sites via Twitter, but I have three to share – totally unrelated to each other except for mangled headline that I just came up with and didn't feel like cobbling together three Tweets.
First of all, if you happen to be looking to own a beer company – or at least part of one – here you go: http://www.buyabeercompany.com/ Please take note all you Pabst Blue Ribbon fans out there!
I love really clever uses of technology, and this is one of the neatest uses I've seen in a while. A very simple concept being put to good use to teach kids how to ride bikes: Gyrobike
Last but not least, is this cool new store that is based out of Chicago but that I can see going national very easily, called Marbles. Keeping an aging population's brain well-tuned is going to be a continuing theme for business everywhere, and this addresses is directly.
No, seriously – look at their logo on the web page!
For some really trippy eye candy, check out this web page. Makes you realize how easily our eyes are tricked. No wonder magicians seem so… umm… magical?
You gotta love the way that the Web works, especially the joy that is Wikipedia.
This afternoon at lunch I was doing my usual reading of comics online and The Comics Curmudgeon, when I read this post from Sunday. In the discussion of the Curtis comic, a link to Omphalos theory was provided. I had to follow it, since I had never heard of it, and felt… well…. stupid.
Turns out it is a pretty heavy duty theology theory that can be basically boiled down to the question of "did Adam and Eve have belly buttons or not?" What really caught my eye was in the "See Also" section of the article however, which provided a link to an article on the Flying Spaghetti Monster, which turns out to not be a reject from Aqua Teen Hunger Force, but a brilliant and hilarious religious parody.
However, I am clearly a little late to the game (though probably still ahead of most people), since there is already a Gospel of the Flying Spaghetti Monster, and, of course its own web site.
The best part about this? It lead me to a "scientific" report on Pirates vs. Ninjas.