In no particular order today:
What I'll be doing tonight while I listen to the debate on TV: the eyeball game. My first try was a 4.08 but I had a couple of 11s that were just dumb mistakes so I know I can beat it.
If tonight's debate leaves you unfulfilled, consider trying out your own third party candidate.
Literal A-ha is actually better than original I think.
Dark Knight trailer by way of Toy Story.
Apparently Iceland is having a hard time with this credit market freeze. I thought Iceland had reached utopian status because they power the country with water and geothermal so they aren't saddled with heavy energy costs (or dirty energy)? Not to take pleasure in others' misfortune but that currency problem they're having may make it an actual affordable vacation for Americans who are priced out of Europe.
The Breathing Earth counts births, deaths and CO2 emissions while you watch. I was expecting the births and deaths to pop a little faster.
I confess I'm one of those people who eats peanut butter out of the jar with a spoon so the idea of peanut butter packaged in sheets like cheese singles offends my sense of propriety (as did that squeezable tube of peanut butter - do they still make that?).
Earth from above - Another winning series of photos from The Big Picture.
I see lots of folks enjoying these tilt-shift time-lapse videos. (Tilt-shift has a specific meaning but it also generally describes that blurry-on-the-edges compressed effect that makes things look miniature.)