Assuming that I have an average lifespan, and assuming an average
length of tenure for each, then by the time I die I will have been a
Â 7 Popes
Â 9 Archbishops of Canterbury
Â 17 US PresidentsÂ Â
Â 15 British Prime Ministers
Â 3 British monarchs
Of course, this depends a lot on entirely unpredictable variables, but
it’s an interesting list!
Has anyone else noticed the resemblence between Chelsea midfielder Joe Cole and pop star Daniel Bedingfield?
Today’s website is another one based on Google. This time it’s the “Guess the Google” game at http://www.weavedigital.com/guess-the-google/Â – what you have to do this time is guess what Google keyword is generating the image montage. It’s infuriatingly addictive.
We’re on a bit of a Google roll this week, so today’s website is www.googlism.com. You stick in your name (or that of an organisation, object, etc) and the site gives you a humorous extract of what Google says about you. It’s fun, in a geeky kind of way.
Oh, and just for the benefit of the system: Mark Goodge is an absolute genius.Â Go on, Google, index that.
Today’s website is www.googlefight.com. A bit of harmless fun using Googler, just plug in two words and see which one wins. Check out the classic and funny fights on the site, too.
As it’s St Patrick’s Day tomorrow, the website of the day this evening is www.saint-patrick.comÂ Â – a site which gives a bit of background into the man himself and his role in the history of Ireland. Slainte!
Today’s website is the official site of the 2006 Commonwealth Games, at www.melbourne2006.com.au. Take a look and see how many competitors from the Cook Islands you can spot!
Today’s website is the Postcard Crossing Project at www.postcrossing.com. It’s a site where you sign up to swap postcards (real ones, not e-cards) with other people around the world. So you can pretend that you’ve got real friends who will send you postcards from faraway places.