Friday, October 12, 2007

Uclue

Uclue is a nifty little site where, for a fee, you can get real people to get you answers to your questions. The really nice part is that the questions that have beens answered already are posted publicly, so there is a nice database that you can look through. I'd give this a very high usefulness rating, plus its even better than the wikipedia random page for finding out new things. For example, have you ever wondered how much Chocolate could a young lady buy for Five Shillings in 1925? Or perhaps what liquids other than milk that you can put on your cereal? I never have, but hey, apparently someone did.

On an unrelated note, it's started raining in SC again. Hopefully this winter won't be as dry as the last one, or we are in for some bad times.
--
Robert Alverson

m*lambda=d*sine(theta)

1 comment:

nadavgablinger said...
This comment has been removed by the author.