Sep 18th 2009 1:24PM Always wear a safety helmet. Same goes for when you're chopping wood.
Sep 18th 2009 1:22PM Good tips here.
Dec 29th 2008 11:16AM Well, this drives the final nail into my NBC-watching habits.
Dec 29th 2008 10:48AM Why, NBC, why?
Oct 10th 2007 10:06PM Background isn't from a dev build. I would know since I created it. :)
Rather it was done in-house and while cool looking it's pretty much covered up by the site design. Ah well.
Sep 10th 2007 3:58PM Almonds. Yeeeech!
Aug 3rd 2007 3:39PM Wow, what next, a jello scanner? I can't imagine how this idea came about.
Aug 1st 2007 9:02AM This is an ingenious addition to an otherwise worthy tool.
Now all they need to do is come up with a "swiss knife" variation and we'll be set.
Jul 31st 2007 3:23PM Well, an alternative is always nice. However, I just don't see this stealing the limelight from Google.
Maybe an alliance perhaps? Whenever I'm searching for something on Google about 70% of the time there's a link to Wikipedia covering whatever topic I'm researching, so I could foresee that happening.
Jul 30th 2007 9:10AM Every time I've watched this show it ends up being enjoyable attributed to the fact that--as you mentioned--Mr. Bourdain is so honest about his dining experiences.
While I'm not interested in the culinary arts I can appreciate his opinion on things. The best episodes are ones in which he's engaged in an activity like karate or scuba diving.
It's also neat that he travels to so many diverse locations, that you really see the stark differences in how one culture values food over another.
It's a lot like watching Huell Howser (which is also extremely watchable), sans the California locale and of course the southern accent.