Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Web Links Wednesday

It's Wednesday, everybody. You know what that means. Web links:

  • How bout a little inspiration from one of the great works of art. The Vatican's virtual tour of the Sistine Chapel.
  • Here's the Wikipedia page on the Chapel.
  • Ken Jennings the all-time Jeopardy Champion has a fun website with a blog and even a forum. He routinely posts in the forums. although so does his father also named Ken Jennings. Tune in to Jeopardy next week when he and Brad Rutter will face Watson the IBM built supercomputer. Rutter was a five-day Champ under the old rules, who went on to win his season's Tournament of Champions. Rutter also won the Ultimate TOC, He has never lost a game of Jeopardy. 
  • One of my all-time favorite websites, the Internet Movie Database, has tons of info on just about every movie ever made. I am not crazy about their latest redesign but it is still a useful resource. Plus they have parents guides for movies to help decide if it is ok for your little ones to see.
  • Miss a Super Bowl ad, check this site out. My favorites were the Faith Hill flower ad and the Darth Vader VW.
  • One of my favorite political sites. Red State is a solidly conservative corner of the internet.
  • Here's a fun little deal from M&M's find the 50 "dark" movies hidden in the poster. 
Ok, that's enough for this week. Hope you're all having a good week.

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