Thursday, April 29, 2010

On the Web, No One Knows You're a Rabbit

"Sidetracked by Wikipedia’s Tangled Web of Information, Bunny Wastes Day, Learns Little"
Prongs, via Cute Overload (April 28, 2010)

"I did not know that the world's largest carrot weighed in at 19 pounds and was grown in Palmer, Alaska. Nor did I realize that the first lawn mower was invented in 1927 by Edwin Budding. Interesting…it seems cumin is the second most popular spice after black pepper. Who knew!..."


(from Prongs, via Cute Overload, used w/o permission)

That should satisfy the average adult daily requirement for cute.

Say! You don't suppose this is the hacker that Tech Bites' Craig Berry had trouble with? Nah: coultn't be. (""iTunes account hacked" - Widespread and Under-Reported?" (April 29, 2010))

2 comments:

Karl Wolfbrooks Ager said...

I wonder if that's the rabbit I was interviewing online earlier last week? Demanding carrots for pay ...sheeesh.

Brian, aka Aluwir, aka Norski said...

Karl Wolfbrooks Ager,

Could be. Some rabbits may not have quite grasped the connection between money and carrots.

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