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wasting time in an intelligent way! corsinet.com for humor, trivia, quotations and miscellaneous other good stuff

corsinet.com is an excellent, intelligent way to waste time on the internet: discover unusual facts, learn some new things, wake up your brain cells and have some fun.

We've been wasting time on the internet since before there was an internet!

Our collections:

Brain Candy was first posted on the internet in 1990, as a way to store the accumulation of word play, riddles and jokes we had compiled through the years.

Trivial Trivia is our collection of weird facts and unusual information, much of it is totally useless unless one is training for Jeopardy or a trivia contest.

Chicago Collections is a huge resource about Chicago. A little history, some quotations and song lyrics, and links to great Chicago area attractions.

DesignWeb started because people liked our web sites and asked for help in designing theirs. We are currently taking new clients only on a very selective basis.

TC is Tony's artwork. He doesn't sell it & doesn't answer his email, so don't even bother.

Our Garden is a work in progress. It's what we've learned about installing and maintaining a koi pond in our back yard. There are lots of pictures of our pond and plants we've had success with in a shady yard, in the brutal weather of the Chicago area.

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March 31, 2007

Around the world in 8 minutes
F ly around the world to see famous places like The Eiffel Tower, The Pyramids in Egypt, The Great Wall in China, Taj Mahal in India…

March 30, 2007

Sacred Sites
Anthropologist Martin Gray spent 20 years as a wandering pilgrim to study and artistically photograph 1000 sacred sites in 80 countries. This web site features Martin’s sacred art photographs and shows the location of sacred places and pilgrimage shrines around the world.

March 29, 2007

The History of Bread
c 8000 BC.- grain was crushed by hand with pestle and mortar. In Egypt a simple grinding stone (quern) was developed. All bread was unleavened, there were no raising agents and bread was made from a mixed variety of grains.

March 28, 2007

Iran Pop Quiz
How much do you know about the war in Iraq?

March 27, 2007

Houdini may be exhumed to answer mystery
For all of his death-defying stunts, Harry Houdini could not escape the Grim Reaper. The unparalleled performer, age 52, died on Halloween 1926, taking with him many of his trade secrets. Rumors he was murdered, however, soon took on a life of their own.

March 26, 2007

Hillman Wonders of the World
Great resource on travel wonders around the world, compiled and updated by Howard Hillman. How many have you seen?
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March 25, 2007

American President: An Online Reference Resource
Collection of material about the U.S. Presidents and the history of the presidency. This web site features essays about each President and their lives before, during, and after their presidential terms. It additionally provides information about the First Lady and cabinet officials of each administration.

March 24, 2007

Unusual Celebrity Deaths
Corsinet's collection of unusual deaths

March 23, 2007

Interactive website for 10mg
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March 22, 2007

We've almost begun to take it for granted that climate change is a man-made phenomenon. But just as the environmental lobby think they've got our attention, a group of naysayers have emerged to slay the whole premise of global warming.
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March 21, 2007

For Celibate Sect, Not Much Shaking Goes On Any Longer
Now there are four. Or maybe it's three. Only a few people know for sure. There are only three or four members of the curious religious sect called Shakers still alive in the world.

March 20, 2007

Women of Our Time
Photographs of some of twentieth-century America's famous and influential women.
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March 19, 2007

Wines of France - A guide to French wines
Experience French wines in the USA

March 18, 2007

Debunking The 9/11 Myths
PM examines the evidence and consults the experts to refute the most persistent conspiracy theories of September 11.

March 17, 2007

March 16, 2007

The World's Billionaires - Forbes.com
Forbes pinned down 946 billionaires, including 178 newcomers and 17 people who climbed back into the ranks after being absent for a year or more.

March 15, 2007

March 14, 2007

The Druze
Their culture is Arab and their language Arabic but they opted against mainstream Arab nationalism and have served in the Israel Defense Forces and the Border Police.

March 13, 2007

What is Wild?
At what point does a bird wash off the stink of human collusion and become accepted as a wild creature again?

March 12, 2007

Hovirag: Hungary's Hot Snowdrop
D isturbing wild hovirag flowers is now forbidden by law “as the irresponsible overpicking brought them to the verge of extinction. Some people were even detained for selling them earlier this year!”
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March 11, 2007

Daylight Saving Time on your computer

March 10, 2007

Ashes and Snow
Since its debut in Venice in 2002, more than a million people have attended Ashes and Snow, an exhibition of more than 50 large-scale photographic artworks, a 60-minute feature film, and two 9-minute film haikus by Gregory Colbert.

March 9, 2007

Science behind the Soap Opera: The cute and the shocking at Meerkat Manor
This article is an overview of the research being done by the behavioural ecologist Tim Clutton-Brock and his colleagues - and gives quite a good summary of the science behind the Soap.
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March 8, 2007

101 Jobs to make you appreciate your own more
You might be very lucky to have your job. I assure you that you will find some joy in your daily drudge after reading about these other jobs.
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March 7, 2007

History of Cakes
Cakes are made from various combinations of refined flour, some form of shortening, sweetening, eggs, milk, leavening agent, and flavoring.

March 6, 2007

Ochef
Daily publication of Food News Service, which syndicates food news and articles to newspapers, magazine publishers, and Internet sites around the world.

March 5, 2007

See our previous post on the Secret

March 4, 2007

March 3, 2007

A History of Shia Faith and Politics
This series explores the split between Shia and Sunni Muslims, from its origins shortly after the death of Muhammed in the seventh century to the modern-day upheaval in Iraq.

March 2, 2007

March 1, 2007

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