Fluffy links – Friday August 10th 2007

Arcade Fire sold out already for Phoenix Park? Arghh. Karma that I have yet to get to one of their shows. :(

Google are finally announcing their online storage initiative. Though it seems to be uniting storage for their existing online applications and charging you to have additional space. A complete shock that Google will charge for storage. I thought they only liked getting money in via ad clicks?

From Wired

taking foods from Wheat Thins to Chips Ahoy and dividing them into individually wrapped units of 100 calories each.

This is because extensive scientific evidence shows that round numbers lead to weight loss. Eating an entire box of Cheese Nips is unquestionably unhealthy, unless it’s really easy to do math afterward. This is why people in countries that use the metric system — which is to say pretty much any country except the United States — are much slimmer.

Monty Python Trek:

Via Joël Céré – Lions attack buffalo, take baby buffalo, buffalo come back for revenge:

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3 Responses to “Fluffy links – Friday August 10th 2007”

  1. Damien B says:

    That Buffalo/Lion video is unreal!

  2. iRubyist says:

    What a crock again with the Arcade Fire tickets. Got through on the Ticketmaster website at about 9.10am and all the tickets were gone! Seems like to only way to get a ticket to see these guys in Ireland is to pay over the odds to a tout.

  3. Niall O'K says:

    I forgot just how silly the original Star Trek could be. Good work, fellah!