Ethan posted this in a forum considered by many of its users as one of the few places on the internet where you can get honest feedback to photographic work. He posted the link with the ironic text "[o]h man, this app is going to streamline my life." flojuggler is a website that allows you to track the menstrual cycles of up to ten women at time of posting. The creator has an FAQ with some creative applications for this website. Anyhow, why Ethan's comment is ironic is because other than his mom, I doubt there are other women in his life to track.
On second thought, Ethan probably shouldn't be tracking his mom's menstrual cycles anyway but thanks for the link!
Leanna dropped by and told me of a book with title suggesting that it may nurture excess and extravagance in young children. The book's title was This Little Baby went to Prada. I looked it up while she was talking about it and found some promising reviews about it that actually changed Leanna's mind about the book . . . so much that she's considering getting it. However, what's more important is that one of the search results was a blog named Baby on Bored. The blog's owner wrote a brilliant, concise script for a politically-incorrect sequel to the movie Curious George. See it here.
My brother's uhh . . . female friend's blog. Rather organized-religion-oriented at the moment and may be for a while after but interesting to read nonetheless. Yes, fasting during Ramadhan sucks especially in a muslim country cuz everyone's cranky. I like food.
Check out the associated, currently crappy photoblog. She linked to it with that name . . . just repeating it.
Just before MGTSC 431 I was sitting in Winspear Business Library and noticed that on the bottom of the "Arts & Life" section of the National Post there was a small lost and found announcement accompanied by a photo of a mitten. This mitten happened to have been found in Ottawa. Though the URL was mispelled it was simple enough to figure out. Missing a glove or a mitt? Check out this site: http://www.nationalpost.com/mittens. What a weird project. Whatever . . .
The self-degrading comments are sometimes speckled with insight. Check it out. =) I found this link off of One Model Place. The artist has posted an apology to photographers who have contacted her and has stated that she is no longer working in the industry.
She seems to be hosted on a [free?] hosting service, http://www.space-halo.net/. There are some interesting requirements for getting hosting here.