Easy Costume for Dr. Seuss Day

It's Dr. Seuss's birthday!  This is the day to enjoy reading a Dr. Seuss book, no matter how old you are.  Stop by your local library and look for one you haven't read before!  That's how we found Scrambled Eggs Super! (reviewed here).  If you've never read I Had Trouble in Getting to Solla Sollew … Continue reading Easy Costume for Dr. Seuss Day


A Robot’s Cookbook, Chapter 4

See Chapter 1 for explanation of this unusual recipe collection. SPECULOOS: Add Brussels sprouts, not the bechamel sauce,  and very little cayenne.  Baste often with a few raisins or two dessertspoonfuls of an edge and dip them quickly with thick consistency in the flour you have sprinkled with vinegar.  Then roll in sherry and a … Continue reading A Robot’s Cookbook, Chapter 4


Happy April Fools' Day! Today we present a crosspost from our sister publication on another world, The Pyqan's Handbook. The saptapper is a small waterfowl whose long neck ends in a large mouth. Its small, glistening eyes bulge up like beads around the neck. Saptappers are purple, in bands shading darker, bluer, grayer from mouth … Continue reading Saptappers


This morning I realized that Today's Young People have created the need for a device which can assess the pajama-like qualities of one's outfit in a quick and objective manner to determine whether or not it qualifies as clothing for the purposes of, say, attending school.  This pajameter could be used at the school entrance … Continue reading Pajameter