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…It’s Movie Monday: Google Me?

Google Me The Movie

What do a cop, a swinger, an Irish priest, an engineer, a father of eight, an Aussie and a gambler have in common?

They all share one name: Jim Killeen.

Google Me is a film about one Jim Killeen’s search to find other Jim Killeens, and find out what their stories are.

[Google Me]


…It’s Website Wednesday: Knuckle Tattoos?

Knuckle Tattoos

The Knuckle Tattoos blog is a fantastic collection of knuckle tattoos and the stories behind the ink.

[Knuckle Tattoos]

[Via: Boing Boing]

…SteamPunk Magazine just released their fourth issue?

SteamPunk MagazineSteamPunk Magazine puts the punk back into steampunk with issue four of their magazine.

Inside this issue are “steampunky stories and biographies, an interview with New Weird shakers Ann and Jeff VanderMeer and makers Donna Lynch and Steve Archer, DIY millinery, making a Jacob’s Ladder, learning to plate stuff with brass, and the straight dope on Victorian hallucinogens”.

It’s available to buy, but it’s also available as a free digital download so that you can see if SteamPunk is right for you.

[SteamPunk Magazine]

[Via: Boing Boing]

…It’s Website Wednesday: Honda Mile Makers?

If you happen to have a high mileage Honda, then check out the Honda Mile Makers Club, a social network for owners of Hondas that have already passed the century mark.

    Honda Mile MakersSurpassing a mileage landmark is no small feat. And it’s as much about the devoted driver as it is about reliability and care. It’s a shared journey: car and driver. And that journey is a ride worth sharing. So Honda has created a space where each Honda Mile Maker can pass on their own personal adventure when the odometer hits that mileage milestone. Honda Mile Makers is simply recognition of the passion, inspiration and dedication of these Honda drivers. And the loyalty, durability and reliability of the Hondas driven. Welcome to the club.

Owners can upload a photo of their car, and then add a story of how they got so many miles on it, along with info about what the car needed along the way.

Though it’s basically just a giant advertisement for Honda, it is impressive that the little [H] mobiles just keep going and going and going…

[Honda Mile Makers]

[Via: Autoblog]