It depends on the cook, but if you have real difficulties with your own cooking style, you may find an excuse. Next time you fail, just say “Oh! I was trying one of jamesoff.net random recipes“. JamesOff is a systems engineer in the South West of England who created a Random Recipe Generator. Merely reload…
I found a few funny, interesting, or surprising glasses or vases that I wanted to share with you. The first ones are coming with a request to drink responsibly:
Awesomely superb, “The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala” is an illustrated book (download in PDF) by James Bateman that you can find in Botanicus.org wbe site of the Missouri Botanical Gardens.
SitePoint is giving away (for a limited time only) an excellent e-book about PhotoShop. It’s well worth the effort to donwload the PDF file. SitePoint sensational Photoshop book is now FREE to Download!
I do not often present character fonts, but this one is definitely nicer than usual with its elegant 3D effect of folded white paper. Source: DaniellaSpinat.com.
I found this funny little piece of SciFi/security litterature. I’m sure you’ll like it. The man blurred into existence behind the dense shrubs, and checked a small device he took from his pocket. Since time and date seemed correct, he straightened his sports coat and stepped from behind the bushes. […]
Source: Ironic Sans.
We do not often see the sceenplay of a movie we like. Maybe it’s fortunate because they are hardly exhilarating except when they come from Alfred Hitchcock (the man was a maniac of detailed preparation) or when they describe all about animation movies. The Wall, the Alan Parker movie created with the eponymous music album…
For those who did not notice, a disproportionately large majority of the titles to Woody Allen movies are written in one and only one font: Windsor. Apparently, this comes from a conversation with Ed Benguiat, famous American typographer, where Allen wanted to know what a good typeface was. Source: KitBlog.