Weekend was madness, so I'm going to rest the small part of my brain used for posting and just share some interesting things from around the Internets.
- Jonathan Coulton was one of the subjects of an interesting article about the new world of being a musician.
- The oddest man in comics, Alan Moore, got married. And the pictures are pretty much what you'd expect from Alan Moore's wedding. Except with less druidic cult activity.
- Not new, but I finally got to watch the entire episode of Penn & Teller's "Bullshit" about gun control. VERY good. (lots of cussing, btw, so audio probably NSFW)
- The "global warming" crowd gets outed again for partisan stat warping, this time with snowpack levels in Washington.
- I totally sympathize with this Words & Pictures comic regarding daughters defending themselves.
- Copyranter pulls back the curtain on the creative process. Now you know why so many ads look the same. (language warning here, too)
- And finally, a fascinating piece from the Foundation for Economic Freedom arguing that fuel economy standards for cars not only have no positive effect on gas consumption, but they actually have several negatives effects—including increasing automotive-related deaths.
Here's hoping something tickles your fancy.