Consider this an alphabetically-arranged linkdump of stuff I have found on the net in the past few days. I took a sick day -- got up, phoned in, went back to bed for 2 1/2 hours -- so I have been able to catch up on some "read later" bookmarks.
AA -- Roger Ebert's blog is one of my favourite things ever. This week, he writes about being 30 years sober thanks to Alcoholics Anonymous.
Bug Catcher Necklace -- great kids' craft and an easy-to-follow tutorial
Coffee -- saving cash on your coffee habit; tips from Lifehacker.
Drumsticks -- we've been trying to find the ice-cream treat we remember from childhood but keep failing (they now market "premium" versions that taste nothing like the original). Thanks to this instructables tutorial, we could make our own... hmm. What do you think, Hubby?
Embroidery -- great tablecloth design, complete with spilled wine. I'm also loving these crowded houses.
Needle Felting -- These felted birds are some of the cutest things ever. Amazing.
Psycho Killers -- what makes them tick? TED Talk by neuropsychologist Jim Fallon (no relation to the Late Night host, Jimmy Fallon, I presume.)
Shoulder Bag -- Kiddo desperately wants an across-the-shoulder bag and this tutorial should be perfect.
Week Without Plastic -- Looking around me, I am certain I couldn't do it. However, someone at least thought about it and it makes interesting reading.
Zombaritaville -- this was featured on Boing Boing but seemed familiar to me. It should be; I wrote Me and Zombie McGee back in April, he started blogging in July. Hmmm.