The Urinator: Theory and Practice (Dubious Quality)
Great read about a man and his 5-year-old son discussing which urinals they would use in a row of five.
Takahashi's New Game Stretches Into View (GameSetWatch)
So Mr. Katamari's playground career was a bust then?
Flower Power (The Escapist)
A look at the history of card games in Japan, specifically the confusing-to-gaijin hanafuda decks that led Nintendo into the business giant it is today.
Getting All Ralled Up Again (ComicMix)
See, I thought this Ted Rall panel was hilarious.
iPhone Fonts (Daring Fireball)
"Arial is a tawdry, inferior knock-off of Helvetica, but which, to the detriment of the world, Microsoft chose to license for Windows simply because it was cheaper."
Let's make it "Understand the Dock Day" instead (MacJournals.com)
The thing about iCal's Dock icon defaulting to July 17 (unless the app is open) is that it is an uncharacteristically rare instance of a hometeam Apple product presenting itself as outwardly stupid. First-time users see that July 17 icon and instantly say "That's wrong." That right there should be enough for Apple to overhaul the Dock. Although I never use iCal, so it doesn't matter to me.