I have built the odd Lincoln Log house in my time, and even a few Lego objects. Sometimes I've even managed to build a one story house of cards. But this site puts those simple efforts to shame. If you're feeling ambitious, they are taking new photos!
I ran across a funny factoid today in the Library Link of the Day (a fun and interesting RSS feed). It's an amusing article from Urban Legends about whether university libraries can really start sinking under the weight of their own books (basically they can't).
I don't know about all of you, but I am still wowed by the possibilities of space travel. I can remember when Neil Armstrong took that first step for man, and I still get a thrill when the space shuttle takes off and comes back safely. It's as close to magic as we'll ever experience, outside the covers of a Harry Potter book.
Mark your calendars! Infopeople has some upcoming webcasts that are worth noting. On June 16 we'll be offering Digital Reference: Legal Issues, presented by the ever popular Mary Minow. This webcast will take an updated look at the legal issues raised when a library offers digital reference service.
Yahoo! is offering a very cool tool that allows you to search for videos on the web. Try Yahoo Video Search the next time you need to find a short clip on stupid pet trick videos or something more, uh, educational, like space shuttle videos. You do need to add the word videos to your search to make it work. Have fun!