We have the granddaughters staying this weekend (hooray!) so I’m on the lookout for some more online games to keep the computer addicted pair happy.
A quick hop over to Lazy Laces and there’s nothing specifically for 3 and 6 year olds but as always, plenty to keep us older kids happy.
Best of all though is the newspaper clipping generator.
Unless I find the old microphone that came with this computer I’ll be forced to buy a new one. Wonder if
Then again, wouldn’t you feel duty bound to at least put a frock and makeup on to do it justice?
File under “must send this one to my father and brother” – the Morse Code Translator lets you hear what your text sounds like in Morse Code.
But they segue us nicely into this article from The Independent:
Scientists have discovered Africa’s wild putty-nosed monkeys can talk – and they use syntax. They believe it is the first evidence of such communication in non-humans.
If like me you were wondering why they’re called putty-nosed monkeys, look no further…
Bono (yes, that Bono) interviews Eddie Izzard as part of his day as guest editor of The Independent. The “RED Edition” was published on 16 May with half of that day’s profits going toward the fight against HIV and AIDS among women and children in Africa” (and the men with HIV and aids?). More details and discussion at MetaFilter.