Sip of the Day – June 30, 2008

Sip of the Day: Microsoft Research WorldWide Telescope

Titera’s Tidbit: Shamrock
In the Irish language, this tiny three-leaved – and, with luck, four-leaved – plant is called seamrac or semrach, the diminutive of the word for clover, seamar. Thus shamrock means, literally, “little clover”, which is just what it is.

· Insane Water Slide Has a Loop
· 30 Upcoming Movie Sequels You Didn’t Know About
· Worst Ways to Put Out Your Eyes—Household Hazards
· Super Sip Site – 30GB of Free Online Storage

Video of the Day: The Sneakiest Goal in History (Rated: G)


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