Wow, this is cool! Click the link below to see a GIS created map of where Thanksgiving Dinner comes from. Who knew Wisconsin did so much agriculture??? And we all know about Idaho Potatoes, but I had no idea North Carolina had the corner on the sweet potato market!!! Excellent fun!
this is great reading – one of our students at Sprague found this while on shift doing some research.
from The Science Creative Quarterly, issue 4 Jan-March 2006,
A Game Theoretic Approach to the Toilet Seat Problem, By Richard Harter
and who says math isn’t fun???
by far the best crochet group on the ‘net. currently CL has 2500+ members and hosts monthly charity drives, great swaps, and tons of hints, advice, and pattern links.
if you crochet, you should join. : )
from the groups’ website:
“Crochetlist (also known as CL) is… a very active, unique group of over 2000 crocheters.
Crochetlist members live in many different countries all over the world and are of all ages, including kids, tweens, teens, young adults, and adults young at heart. 🙂
Discussions on Crochetlist include anything and everything about crochet and other crafts (such as knitting, quilting, rubber stamping, scrapbooking, sewing, etc.). CL members also enjoy getting to know each other through group posts, individual emails, IRC chats, and in-person meetings.
Members also participate in interesting activities such as our Crochet-A-Thon (CLCAT) charity challenges on IRC (internet relay chat) in #crochet chat — For more information about CLCAT:
our Chains of Thought newsletter:
our special Pick-Me-Up and Cuddles projects, plus a variety of great exchanges and such.
Crochetlist, established in Jan. of 1996 on Rpmdp.com and moved to Egroups in Nov. of 1999, has been on Yahoo! Groups since the Egroups/Yahoo merger. CL often has 50+ messages or 3-4 digests per day.
CL’s companion website is Crochet Musings:
Thank you and Happy Crocheting!