360 Degree Geology Field Trip

360 Degree Geology Field Trip

One of my favorite podcasts is Science Friday. Check out the 360 degree virtual geology field trip. This educational tool is the work of Ryan Hollister. Ryan has a masters in geoscience and is dedicated to education. You can find out more about what he does at The Wild Link Club and his photo journals from the educational trips. You can also follow him on Twitter.

Actors and Actresses with Serious Martial Arts Skills

Actors and Actresses with Serious Martial Arts Skills

Some actors and actresses learn martial arts because of a role. David Carradine had zero martial arts training before Kung Fu.

Other actresses and actors have had some serious skills all of their lives. You may be surprised by some of the people in this video.

Serious Martial Skills

Lumpy’s Links for 2016-12-30

Lumpy’s Links for 2016-12-30

The categories are (click on the category to jump right to it):

  • Ludicrous – Funny, odd, strange, bizarre or humorous
  • Useful – Software, references, lists, etc.,
  • Music – Music, music tech, music videos and album releases
  • Photos – Pictures, drawings, animation and videos
  • Yours – Something from email or social media
  • Science – Anything science or technology related

Extra stuff is tossed into the Leftovers

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Human Flying Drone

Human Flying Drone

This home-made drone is really powerful. Complete with Christmas lights and a skiing Santa, not only does it pull the skier but is able to lift him.

Human Flying Home-Made Drone

Terminal Madness

Terminal Madness

I grew up in the early era of computers. I remember cassettes and punch cards. My first computer was a Vic 20 with a cassette player hooked up to it. I didn’t stick with the 20 for long. I quickly updated to the Commodore 64 with a floppy drive. Yeah, I was one of those geeks who automated his coffee maker.

Check out this 1980 documentary about the computers. Kudos to Boing! Boing! for sharing this.

Terminal Madness

Carol Burnett Star Trek Parody

Carol Burnett Show – Star Trek Parody

I have always considered The Carol Brunnett Show classic television. In my youth, I watched it every time I could. I always liked her rags to riches persona.  Like many aspiring actresses, she held many odd jobs until her big break. Her trademark character became the cleaning lady she often played on her Carol Burnett Show. The intro of the show featured a comic of her in that role. Currently, her career has spanned six decades.

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Lumpy’s Links for 2016-12-24

Lumpy’s Links for 2016-12-24

Sorry for being a day late this week but my Christmas baking and cooking was more of a priority. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year all. Here is this week’s list of links and stuff.

The categories are (click on the category to jump right to it):

  • Ludicrous – Funny, odd, strange, bizarre or humorous
  • Useful – Software, references, lists, etc.,
  • Music – Music, music tech, music videos and album releases
  • Photo – Pictures, drawings, animation and videos
  • Yours – Something from email or social media
  • Science – Anything science or technology related

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