RunKeeper Pro—Our Favorite Mobile Running App—Is... →
“Our favorite run-tracking app (and yours) RunKeeper, available for both iOS and Android, is offering a free download of their pro version through January (normally $10).”
‘According to The Daily Beast, SF is the 3rd drunkest city in...– San Francisco Wins the Bronze Medal in the Drunk Olympics | Uptown Almanac
What's the Worst Gift You've Ever Received and... →
These responses are pretty hilarious.
Mom is Helpful
Problem: Set up brand-new netbook last night. This morning, I try and boot it up, and it won’t recognize my password and therefore won’t let me get past the login screen. There’s no option to log on and as a new user. Me to Dad: “I’ve tried everything I can think of, including booting to the BIOS and editing things, I’ve googled “how to crack a Windows...
VIDEO: Baby Otter Plays With Stuffed Walrus - Lolcats ‘n’ Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger? SO CUTE
It’s a Wonderful Life” does sound better than “You Matter So...– Twitter / @Sween
Discover magazine blog: If Christmas doesn’t kill... →
You’re statistically much more likely to suffer sudden death over the holidays. Merry Christmas.
Manatt – The Holiday Card →
Letters from Judy →
These are pretty great. Letters posted by someone who gets them from their crazy apartment manager. Be sure to read down to the Planned Parenthood exchange, which I thought was a pretty clever response.
Disgruntled CNN employee? →
My knitting on the Princess Animal blog →
I got this yarn to make The Vegan a Christmas present (“Do you have any yarn that doesn’t contain wool, silk, alpaca, mohair, or angora?”) but since we broke up I made this scarf for myself. The lady who sold it to me asked me to send a pic of the finished product and she posted it on the store’s craft blog.
SF Animal Care & Control Needs Towels for the Animals! If you have any extra...– SF Animal Control Needs Towels for the Animals! - vegansaurus!
Is Santacon "The New Bay to Breakers"? | Uptown... →
Another eMusic Fail →
In addition to the disappointing switch to iTunes-style pricing from the previous tracks-per-month system, it appears that eMusic has secretly foisted another unwelcome change on its users. One of the things I used to like about the service was the security that if you accidentally erased tracks you had purchased or listened to them later and found out a file was defective, you could re-download...
Electric Ladyland (NSFW?) →
“CONCLUSIONS: Electric waves could be recorded from the vagina.”