The Internet’s a big place. There are at least 100 different sites out there! How will you ever find the time to sift through the dregs for the funniest macros, the awesomest pictures, the interestingest lists? You can’t. It’s impossible. Don’t try.
Instead, let Jet Wolf do it for you. Here’s today’s dose of random shit that I took the trouble to bookmark, just for you.
I would ideally like to do these link lists on Monday, as a way to greet a new week. I missed it yesterday of course, due in no small part to my mood carrying over from the Sunday before with NBC’s handling of the Closing Ceremonies. I’m going to take that sour note however and thus decree that this week’s links should be filled with nothing but happiness and cute.
Shiba Inu Puppy Cam – What’s more cute than live streaming of puppies being puppies? Nothing. Nothing at all.
Sidney the Otter – But this comes pretty close. A baby otter at play. Start “aww”ing now and don’t plan to stop for 5 minutes and 5 seconds.
SleeveCat – It’s a cat in a sleeve and it wants what you have.
Otter Mom – I’d be proud too.
What Up? – Green grass, blue skies, yellow puppies. If you could somehow capture “happy” in a photograph, it might look like this.
Kids Define Love – I don’t consider myself an overly mushy sort of person, but if you can’t find at least one thing on this list that makes you smile, you are dead inside.
Vancouver 2010 pt 1 and pt 2 – I know I just bitched about NBC and the Olympics above. My feelings on this are deep and very complicated (so much so that I’m still struggling with how to best express them). But the Olympics are not NBC, a fact that I’m not sure really struck home for me until looking over these pictures this morning. This is a series of 90 photos (45 in each part) that capture the splendor, the heart and essence of the Vancouver games.
“This Too Shall Pass” (RGM version) – A previous A Href included a link to OK Go’s first brilliant video to this song. Well they’ve just today released another, this time to the recorded version of the song. It is just as awesome, yet in a completely different way. I love OK Go.