It really is a slow news day, and that's a good thing. I introduced the boys to Malt-O-Meal this morning. It was a hit with Willem, a gag-inducing miss with Nels.
We showed the movie Wall-E to the boys this weekend, and they are both officially obsessed with it. I thought the sounds were genius (it was the first time I ever even noticed sounds in a movie) but the story was so weak as to spoil my enjoyment.
Something I DID enjoy was an interview with director Spike Jonze about the movie of Where The Wild Things Are on Ain't It Cool News. The article is really long, but they cover a lot of ground. They discuss everything from the laborious process Jonze used to create the Wild Things to the true wildness of childhood, as opposed to the sanitized version we're often presented with. Lots of food for thought. If you decide not to slog through the entire article, be sure to scroll all the way down to the end for two images from the movie.
I also ran across this article on Slate about the lolcats. I don't know what's more embarrassing--that I never heard about the website "I Can Has Cheezburger" before reading the article, or that I find it hilarious. Only about 1 in 50 submissions is really funny, but I love how it creates its own little universe. Read the article and then check out the site if you haven't already. It takes a bit of familiarity before you can really appreciate how good the good ones are.
I leave you with an example: