How about a way to offer up a suggestion for a FPP that they themselves don't feel capable of doing, like, "Hey y'know what would be a great FPP? Something about how there's all these different 'colors' of noise; white noise, pink noise, brown noise, now there's green noise, and they're all different and special but I am not a noise scientist and in fact am pretty stupid when it comes to numbers and science so maybe someone else can make a post about it so I can enjoy it." Thank you.
I'm trying to find a post that I am 99% certain was made on the blue within the last 5 years. It linked to an interactive site that was trying to communicate how as we get older we perceive time passing faster because we have more context / memories compared with when we were younger. [more inside]
I'm looking for a link in a comment (which I thought I'd bookmarked/favourited) to an auto-generated overblown "Happy Birthday" video on YouTube. There were innumerable near-identical further ones for a wide range of names and also relationship-titles (Brother-in-Law, Daughter, etc). I think it was posted on either MetaTalk or MeFi, and certainly in the last 3-4 months. All help appreciated. Both memory and google-fu are failing me terribly today.
I swear there used to be a shoe (I think on Amazon) that people always recommended and linked to for inexpensive flats of many colors needs. I can't find it. [more inside]
Somewhere on Metafilter -- I think it was in an AskMe answer, but it might have been a MeFi comment on some horribly long slideshow -- someone linked to a plug-in or bookmarklet that would deslideshowify web slideshows and show them on a single page instead. But I can't find it again, because 'slideshow' occurs in the search results about 160 kabillion times. Does anyone remember this and can you help me find it?
Help me, O Admins! I screwed up! Even though I previewed three times, I mixed up the tags and titles on this AskMe After I am tortured and ridiculed, can you please change the to "In Here, Out Over There"?
Too much wood. Matt can you please fix my doubled word in my recent machine post