The morning is already stale and it's not yet 9:00am. I'd like to start with something interesting:
Paper folding art. This is more amazing to me than the chalk art. There's also The Sand Dancer who draws, or dances, huge art pieces into beach sand. It is amazing what the human mind is capable of.
For instance, the geekery:
The enigma of dreams. Several theories about why humans dream.
ComicCon 2009 to recieve TV attention. The event has gotten more massive in the last few years and TV networks plan to cash in.
LA plans to bring light to town's movie fests. Who knew they even had any?
5 baby friendly rock albums.
10 Rules for slowing down and enjoying life
What to do when you're told you're OVERqualified. There should be an article for hiring managers on how to handle people when they are overqualified. *gulp*
World Hunger hits one billion markNot something I'd typically like to spotlight but maybe it may help people dig deep and find a local (or large scale) way to help.
Children of gay couples talk about their families
Looking for new music?
This isn't new by any means, but I'd bring some attention to it, anyway.
Wired Music Podcasts. I know some people aren't hot on Wired Mag but so far, it's a supplement to my usual Paste Sampler which, BTW, is now completely available in digital format. The mag has gone online to save money (and trees, of course) so if you were ever interested in picking up the mag but don't like traditional subscriptions, now's the time to support 'em.
That's a lot of links for today. Just in case anyone has a severe "Case of the Mondays". Ha.
Sooner or later I'd like to get into more discussion posts, but that will take more readers for that to be worthwhile.