A follow-up sent along by Neal Scott
on an "auction of the day" (story
) reports that Cult Coffee Pot Gets New Internet Owners
(Reuters) saying the coffee makers was purchased for $4,771 by news magazine
Spiegel Online, saying "It will occupy pride of place in the magazine's
Hamburg offices and on its Web site." You know, I still haven't replaced the
Titanic, the Blue Tower's recently departed über-coffee maker, but I guess
considering the price (along with the fact that the Cambridge coffee pot is irreparably
broken) this means that I'm probably still better off just using my Melita dealie.
Link of the Day: Campus Crusade for Cthulhu
(music warning). Thanks EvilToast. You know, kids used to just join fraternities
and swallow goldfish.
Story of the Day: Reverend Asks, What Would Jesus
Drive? (ABC). Thanks again EvilToast. No mention of the possibility he would
just ride a bus, as mentioned in What if God Was One of Us.
Weird Science: DIY surgery fixes man's face
(BBC). Thanks Chris Jones.