this week in links 1-8-09

And here goes:

Mothers in Science is a book produced by Professor Ottoline Leyser of the University of York. To view the book download the PDF file, where each page has a time line showing the career path and also important events in the contributor’s lives, 64 in all. AGC, this is the link I am referring to earlier 🙂

Don’t eat that marshmellow … yet, a TED talk by Joachim de Posada on delayed gratification

– Oi, how come I never heard of those HTML tags before?

– An animated guide to building your own PC

Sticky Comics, these are adorable

MIT’s free online course materials. I wish most universities would consider this.

PaperBack Swap

We help members Swap, Trade & Exchange Books with each other for Free. In Short: Mail a book. Get a book. Any book you request is yours to keep, share or trade. No late fees. No processing charges. No hidden charges. Every time you mail a book to another member, you can request one for yourself from over 3 Million.

Picnik, is a flash-based online photo editor, pretty neat and easy to use. Here’s a picture I modified using picnik


Lateral thinking brain teasers


2 thoughts on “this week in links 1-8-09

  1. I absolutely LOVED Mothers in Science. An irrefutable proof that motherhood doesn’t necessarily contradict research and knowledge.

    The PaperBack Swap is just awesome. Will definitely sign up and give it a try.

    The Picknik sounds quite fun as well. 🙂

    Uh, God I missed your links! *wipes tears away*

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