Yearly Archives: 2007

Friday Ark #168

We’ll post links to sites that have Friday (plus or minus a few days) photos of their chosen animals (photoshops at our discretion and humans only in supporting roles). Watch the Exception category for rocks, beer, coffee cups, and….?

Visit all the boarders, Link to the Ark and check back for updates through Sunday afternoon!

You can find out how to board the Friday Ark at the Arkive page.


Other Vertebrates




In Memoriam

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Didn’t Make It

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Exceptions (inclusion not guaranteed)

Extra, Extra: All Ark boarders are invited to shout out at the Friday Ark Frapper Map.

Dog folks: remember to submit your links to:

Cat folks: remember to submit your links to:

Birders: I and the Bird: A Blog Carnival for Bird Lovers is published every 2 weeks.

For the spineless: Circus of the Spineless. A monthly celebration of Insects, Arachnids, Molluscs, Crustaceans, Worms and most anything else that wiggles.

For other current carnivals check out The Blog Carnival and The TTLB Uber Carnival

Hot 2 Terabyte Network Drive From Western Digital

Except I won’t be buying one and you probably shouldn’t either unless you completely understand what you will and will not be getting!
Let’s go directly to what you will not be getting:

*Due to unverifiable media license authentication, the most common audio and video file types cannot be shared with different users using WD Anywhere Access. A list of the non shareable file types can be found here.

It is a long list of just about everything that you would want to share with other users on your home networks except photos and document type files.
A quick look at the user manual (PDF)suggests that up to 5 users can be set up with the same name/pw but does not indicate any deviation from the above sharing exclusion.
Do any of you have experience with this product?

Via boingboing.

Oh What Fun It Is…

Megan finds DC drivers a bit lacking:

You’ve never seen anything like the DC reaction to snow. Yesterday, as I walked through the snowy streets, I looked at the drivers inching along and thought “they’ve never seen snow before”. After a while, though, I began to think “they’ve never seen cars before”. It’s as if each of those little white flakes was composed of some sort of powerful explosive activated by contact with car tires or shoe leather.

I suspect they are head and shoulders above Seattle.