Found: This is why you’re fat

Oh good god. This is why you’re fat:

Fat food

Bacon Cheese Pizza Burger

Giant burger between two large meat pizzas, eggs, bacon, colby and pepper jack cheese.

Via Scott Andreas. Who knows where he found it.

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StartupWeekend announced “open” at BIL

So this may seem really silly to some of you, but this was actually a pretty exciting moment for me. Among all of the prep for Ashley’s birthday on Saturday, I was keeping an eye peeled at the live feed from the BIL conference to see Andrew Hyde announce something that I’ve had the pleasure to work on for the past couple of weeks.

Here’s the screenshot I took. Yeah, I’m a dork.

BTW, most of the chat that happens on live feed chats is all centered around the quality of the feed. Just sayin'.

BTW, most of the chat that happens on live feed chats is all centered around the quality of the feed. Just sayin'.

Exciting, because this is really the first time that anything I was a part of was announced to a group this large, and being broadcasted on the web for me to see way over here in the midwest. Cool stuff.

Oh yeah, and Startup Weekend’s new site is pretty badass. Check it out, especially if you’re into the idea of being in a startup. And badass things.

Awesome Obama audio

From April Winchell:

Ray, a fellow classmate of Obama’s, was also bi-racial, and also trying to define himself. But what set him apart was his colorful manner of self-expression. Ray cursed like a motherfucker.

This would all be snickerworthy enough, but it turns out that Obama actually read the audiobook version of Dreams From My Father.

And that means he read Ray’s quotes.

Who doesn’t want to hear their president cursing? Check it out on April’s blog.

Plugging myself

If you’re into Lost like I am, add my Lost blog Lost Bits to your feed reader. I spent some time fixing up the site and actually validating the RSS this weekend, so it should be good to go. There are a couple of videos up on it already, some photos, with much more to come with the new season starting up soon.

Seeed and Some New Web Apps

A post at Daring Fireball directed me to an interesting forum called Seeed, specifically for those developing web applications. Thought I can’t claim to have built any web applications (yet) I do enjoy the discussion there. Already I’ve found a couple of interesting sites, both for me to use and for me to link to.

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