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August 23, 2001 11:58 AM   Subscribe

Yahoo slideshows. These showed up during MeFi's absence. I personally favor them over the "Most Viewed Images" list. Workers beware, it's effortless to blow an hour or so checking out all of the neatly organized topics.
posted by winterdrm (10 comments total)

 
My favorite part of yahoo right now is the Most Emailed Articles/Pictures list. It's seriously great... the most important, funniest and craziest news is all there.
posted by yevge at 12:22 PM on August 23, 2001


The problem is that they are too _neatly organized_. I feel like I'm looking at People magazine. I'll take images.google.com.
posted by bekligg at 12:38 PM on August 23, 2001


I disagree that these are well done, as Jason said. They have "commercial breaks" in the middle, and Yahoo's editorial judgement runs in the USAToday/Oddly enough! direction. What exactly is to like about them? I like the NYT's "interactive features" (This is a bad example, it's just one page, but, many are multipage popups with helpful rollovers.)
posted by rschram at 12:38 PM on August 23, 2001


Ok, now I want to know how it is possible for a bus driver to hit and kill an elephant? How can you not see something that big in the road? How can you not see two of them?

(Sorry, but I cannot seem to get a link to the accompanying story). Here is the text:

A crane attempts to remove a dead elephant after it was hit by a bus and killed in the city of Guwahati, the capital of the eastern state of Assam in India, August 22, 2001. Two domesticated elephants were killed when they were hit by a bus while crossing a bridge in Guwahati. The bus driver was killed and several passengers were injured in the accident on Saraighat bridge over the river Brahmaputra. (Caroline Singh/Reuters)
posted by jeffbarr at 12:52 PM on August 23, 2001


Heh heh...I recently saw a short film about an artist building and installing a to-scale model of, er, "equipment" for this DC landmark.
posted by MrMoonPie at 1:21 PM on August 23, 2001


When I saw this picture, I thought that Dubya was smoking for a second. Not to hijack the thread, but does anyone know who the last President who smoked was? Just curious.
posted by witchstone at 1:26 PM on August 23, 2001


I.m prety sure that Reagan did, at least at some point.. if not while he was in office
posted by tj at 1:42 PM on August 23, 2001


I meant while as President.
posted by witchstone at 1:43 PM on August 23, 2001


Reagan didn't smoke, however he did do cigarette ads. Draw your own conclusions....
posted by cell divide at 2:07 PM on August 23, 2001


Well, Clinton smoked... but he didn't inhale!






(Now if you will excuse me, I will hop into my time machine and take that joke back to 1992, where it will be piss-yer-pants funny.)
posted by Dirjy at 2:29 PM on August 23, 2001


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