Author Archives: Markk
That’s right people – this blog is moving to its own domain and its own space. Check it out! The new address is myopinionsareimportant.com The feed address is now http://myopinionsareimportant.com/?feed=rss2 Please update your links/bookmarks/feed readers accordingly. All the posts and … Continue reading
TheMolk found some excellent off-the-wall gift ideas at ThinkGeek, including a tiny remote-controlled helicopter and a tiny, yet fully functional Japanese battle tank. A great gift idea, and oh-so-handy next time World War III erupts in your home or workplace.
From Laura Zindel Ceramics, as featured on bioephemera: You are probably asking yourself why. Zindel’s explanation: I hope that I can make art that a family member can buy to be handed down the line. Something bought on a whim, … Continue reading
** This blog has moved to myopinionsareimportant.com ** Thank Robert Hruzek for this. His group writing project asked participants to write an article on a life lesson they learned from an unusual source. All told, there were 16 entries. Here … Continue reading
According to Spiked Online, those CCTVs that have become so ubiqitous in the UK have now been rigged up with loudspeakers, allowing remote faceless government agents to tell you not to loiter, or litter, or whetever. But who will be … Continue reading
Deep Sea News needs your help to purchase a submarine. Why? To help them blog about the deep sea, of course. (Duh.) But Deep Sea News won’t settle for just any old submarine. No, sir. They have their eye on … Continue reading
** This blog has moved to myopinionsareimportant.com ** (The following is my contribution to the writing project at Middle Zone Musings, which is a blog you should read always. The project is simple: write a blog post with the topic … Continue reading
This cannot be real – a parrot that communicates in English. According to the BBC, N’kisi the parrot has a vocabulary of 950 words, uses grammar correctly and has a sense of humour. From the article: When he first met … Continue reading
It took 200 posts here at My Opinions Are Important, but finally, the truth comes out: If anything, Connie M. Meskimen understates the case. The sun may well burn out entirely due to our constant overuse of it.