'A cat in Swindon has become a real cat burglar, in the last year he has stolen more than 30 teddies.'
"BUT IT WAS CHARLIE SHOPSIN who told me about this: A PERSON WHO BUILT AN ELECTRONIC CALCULATOR using only objects found within the game’s level editor… SURE, ENJOY THE SIMPLE MATH, but if you do not watch to see the full reveal of the machine’s remarkable guts, I FEEL SORRY FOR YOU."
‘As I wait, a young gentleman receives his book from Special Collections. It comes in a little packet, and when he pulls it out, I can see that it is smaller than his thumbnail. The look on his face, somewhere between surprise and annoyance, is priceless. He tries, momentarily, to read it, but is briskly defeated, and returns it to the counter. Curious, I order it myself. It turns out to be an 1896 Salmin edition of Galileo’s Letter to Cristina (1615), 15 x 9mm.’
Good article about the death of the US financial system.
‘I made this house for my cat, Olive.’
The loveliest of wild cats
is probably the ocelot;
it also has nice shiny teeth
although it doesn’t floss a lot.
If you particularly want to see this bigger, I’ve posted it to Flickr.