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GATTACA, and Spoons. - helen-louise
GATTACA, and Spoons.
Your links of the week:
Dance Dance DNA Revolution, via hatter. Museum uses a DDR footpad with custom game to teach kids about DNA sequencing. How freaking cool is that?

SPOONFIC, vis wispfox. Rated "R" for wRong, apparently, this utterly charming little ficlet is about the sex lives of kitchen utensils. I admit I had tears in my eyes by the end of it. Adorable.

Going Underground from Guardian Unlimited, via katyha. Kinda like the Great Bear poster that we have on our wall, but goes further - rather than just replacing all the names of the Underground stations with band names, it actually uses the interchange stations for "crossover" artists who make music in more than one genre. It's cool, even if you disagree with the creator's choices. (hiddenpaw was upset that the Northern line wasn't Goth, and we all thought the Hammersmith & City should be Gay Disco music.)

Public Service Announcement for the dairy-impaired: Dairy-free (vegan) 'kiddy' chocolate Easter eggs exist again this year. Yay! (I do warn you, though, they're so tiny I had a job not to eat an entire egg & contents in one go last year).

I'm off to continue tormenting my sims now - muahahahaa! Expect a new chapter of one of my stories within the week.

Current Mood: calm calm

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djm4 From: djm4 Date: 6th February 2006 21:10 (UTC) (Link)
I don't understand the 'but he didn't have to make them all link up'. On the Great Bear, the interchange stations are people in both categories.
djm4 From: djm4 Date: 6th February 2006 21:26 (UTC) (Link)
...actually, I'm starting to wonder if I'm misremembering this, as I can't find any support for this assertion on-line. But I'm sure I remember looking at it and admiring the way he'd done that.
baratron From: baratron Date: 6th February 2006 23:28 (UTC) (Link)
I think you're misremembering. We have it downstairs, and the Piccadilly Line is the Saints line, while the District line is the Explorers line. The Piccadilly and District have a load of stations in common, but how many Saints were also Explorers? Not *that* many ;)
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