Mr. Dalliard provides this handy flowchart to organize time travel movies. And yes, I immediately looked for Back to the Future and backtracked.
No comment necessary. [Thanks, Tom]
It can be tricky picking the right seat at a dinner party. So much depends on how many people there are and what shape the table is. Luckily, Alex Cornell provides a guide on where to sit and when to arrive to get the best seat of the night. The 4-person circle is your best bet.
This is the ideal setup. You are safe sitting in any seat. Regardless how interesting everyone is, you pretty much can’t go wrong. Note: as the diameter of the table increases, so too does the importance that you sit adjacent to someone you like.
Sorry for always sitting at the lonely end seat in the 7-person rectangle. [via kottke]
An old one from xkcd. I'm not sure whether to laugh or cry, but I think he's implying that people who make graphs on weekends are super dateable.
From the Winnipeg Sun. Something isn't right here. [via]
I'm almost certain this relationship is significant. Side note: Is there a meaningless-correlations tumblr yet?
The Lotr Project breaks down the thought process in the magical mind.
Meta. Is it people's interest, or is it actually 50 percent of statistics in the news are worthless numbers that were plugged in to make a story sound more factual?
By designer Stephen Wildish, a taxonomy of arse. No comment necessary.