Educated Earth shares a 16 minutes and 34 seconds TED video talks, with humor, showing "Reporter Jennifer 8. Lee talks about her hunt for the origins of familiar Chinese-American dishes -- exploring the hidden spots where these two cultures have (so tastily) combined to form a new cuisine."
Neatorama shares a brief history on toilet paper (TP) -- "Since the dawn of time, people have found nifty ways to clean up after the bathroom act.
Your early bird overlord saw three funny comic strips this early mawning:
Neatorama wants to use its "time to thank the ladies for all their hard work.
Blue's News share a Flash puzzle game titled "Vampire Physics" on Ponged and its official web site, Kongregate -- "Turn all the humans into vampires in this clever twist on physics-based puzzlers. Be careful to avoid hazards like priests and garlic!" and "Turn all humans into vampires in this addictive physics puzzle game. Be careful though, as there are priests, werewolves and even rival vampires that are against you. There are 36 levels in this game, and you can also create your own levels with the included level editor."
Blue's News share a Flash puzzle game titled "Brains Will Roll" on Free Web Arcade and its official web site, Bored -- "You just accepted a new job feeding BRAINNNSSss to the hungry undead in a Zombie Research Facility! Remove obstacles and see how the brains roll towards the zombies. The game has 21 feel good puzzle levels and adorable zombies."
Neatorama shares Job Descriptions' 40 Hilarious Passive-Aggressive Office Notes showing photographs/photos. of them -- "Isn’t life in the office fun? Sometimes a little anonymous tip is the best, and funniest, way to make your point. Enjoy!"
This amusing Brevity comic strip shows what it would be like if computers were zombied
Blue's News share a slow Flash game titled "Sugar, Sugar" on Free Web Arcade and on its official web site, Armor Games -- "It's time for a new bontegame! Draw and get enough sugar in the cups! Complete all 30 levels to unlock the bonus freeplay mode. (note: steeper lines will make the sugar go faster)."