Catching up on two days worth of notable links:
- From the Heifer International site: Kids can make a difference this summer as they participate in your local Read to Feed library program.
- AOL bought Engadget, but forgot to make sure they’d retain the site’s editorial staff along with it. Oops.
- E One Entertainment is seeking a Toronto-area web designer to revamp its large record label site. Send CV and quote w/examples to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Wine Expo, a favorite Santa Monica wine shop, will have the Eat Phamish Vietnamese food truck parked outside its Wine Bar this Wednesday, April 6.
- A fantastic story from The Guardian: “I’m a 91-Year Old Body Builder.” Proof that it’s never too late!
- Have mad organizational skills and enjoy working with video? Consumer electronic review and how-to site Tecca wants you.
- Fantastic news for F1 fans as well as fans of gripping documentary: SENNA: The Movie finally comes to the States this summer.
- Walt Disney World’s Haunted Mansion unveils enhanced hitchhiking ghosts.
- Funny or Die gives us its version of the talking twins from the viral video. This time they’re all grown up and have turned into Michael Chiklis and Patton Oswalt. Now, if Patton had shaved his noggin it might have been even funnier…
- Gawker cites a Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center study that meditation can be more effective than morphine, even for people with little meditation training. That’s good news for me since morphine wreaked havoc on my tummy the last time I had it.
- The Wall St. Journal looks into why some (lucky) people can function well on relatively little sleep. Sadly I’m not one of them.
- The Huffington Post picked up on ThinkProgress’ report that Bristol Palin’s teen pregnancy prevention nonprofit paid her over $250,000 in 2009 – over seven times more in 2009 than it actually dispersed for teen pregnancy prevention programs.