A is for Apple, Peacock = Turkey?
Blog article about Chinese toy blocks that help children learn English.
Yet another blog that will take up gigs of space, be accessable to anyone on the face of the earth, and will be read by (maybe) three people... If I'm lucky.
from Today's Papers/slate.com
Paul Garner, host of a British radio show, pretended to be a cab driver, giving the Heathrow Airport public address system announcers a piece of paper with two foreign-looking names of people to be paged. Each group of names appeared innocent enough, until you heard them read.
Read the two names, then click on the speaker icon to hear the message as it was broadcast over the airport's PA system.
I just found a Science article on the MSNBC website.
Can you tell which statements were made by President Bush, and which ones were made by Batman?
A friend of mine responded to my email about the Chinese restraurant named "Translate Server Error", and pointed me to the following book:
Digitizing Books, One Word at a Time