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How much is oil?
I've always been frustrated with the lack of an easy way to find the current price of oil (Nymex Crude Futures, which seems to be the most commonly-cited number in news stories). How much is oil? shows you in a nice big font, and includes graphs of the price movement during the current day and the last five trading days.
posted by Godbert at 7:36 AM on October 30, 2008 - 18 comments


Brewing in a pumpkin -- a photoessay
A good friend of mine and I decided to brew beer in a pumpkin. This is how we did it. Photos of the process along with descriptive commentary. I previously did a similar, smaller-scale project, downloadable here (large PowerPoint file).
posted by cog_nate at 5:01 PM on October 17, 2007


Get a First Life
My one-page satire site of Second Life, because I'm a little tired of all the hype. More on why I made it.
posted by dbarefoot at 12:17 PM on January 21, 2007


THE FINGER
Reproduction of the series of four-page zines purportedly written and published by shipyard workers for shipyard workers at Kaiser's shipyards at Swan Island, Oregon, during World War II.
posted by theonetruebix at 9:31 PM on August 12, 2006


Click survey
I want to find out where people click on on this sample painting. Try it out, your click will be saved, and you'll be able to see the patterns that emerged from other clicks so far. The more people click, the better the results, I imagine.
posted by philipp at 12:01 PM on July 14, 2006


Charles Taylor, NOT
As a concerned citizen of North Carolina, I'd like to draw everyone's attention to this (PARODY!) website which was created by a conglomerate of concerned citizens of North Carolina.
posted by mygothlaundry at 2:17 PM on April 7, 2006


Montreal Expo 1967, through the eyes of Lillian Seymour
I found these photos on the street in Cambridge, MA. They were originally glued onto scrapbook sheets like this. I've scanned, tagged, and uploaded them all to flickr, for your pleasure. To the best of my knowledge, these photos were taken by Lillian Seymour.
posted by clockwork at 6:11 PM on April 3, 2006


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