Sometimes charts are helpful. This one will helpfully tell you whether you're a hipster or a Time Lord. You're welcome.
And--a little late, but surely it can be saved for next Samhain--the great and terrible Steampunkin. Muahahaha?
Meanwhile, DC Universe Online has put up this picture on their Twitter feed as an example of the amazing things that can be done in their game. I get what they're trying for, I just don't entirely sure if they understand their target audience. I can't think of more than a scant handful of people who would sit up in their seats and think, "My GODS, I've always WANTED to be a big reptilian bird, SIGN ME UP!"
From another direction entirely, here's a lovely introduction to Victorian hair craft. If you're truly interested (and not already an enthusiast), there are scores more information pages on the net.
The Freebie Hunters' blog took a poll on what people wanted to see in hunts, and what people hated seeing in hunts. The results are fairly specific, fairly interesting, and posted on their website.
I still don't have my Master ranking in Octoberville. I'm not pleased. But I'm going to let another day or two go by before I drop more notecards asking for the rankings to be reset. I finished in time, damn it, in something of a blurred two-day frenzied haul. I fought hard for that. Frankly, I want it.
Have I mentioned the mechanical ring clock? I can't remember. But I want one.