American Quran
Posted by Darwish in it's the arts 7 years ago
An ongoing project to hand-transcribe the entire Qur'an according to historic Islamic traditions  
and to illuminate the text with relevant scenes from contemporary American life. Five years in the making, the project has been inspired by a decade of extended travel in Islamic regions of the world and undertaken after extensive research.  
 
Scroll down for the pictures.
What do I do?  
I do not cook for a living nor did I ever study cooking outside my home and a few 3-hours classes. My professional background is in finance/law and I deal with international clients. If you think that to cook is unbecoming a professional, this is not the right website for you.  
 
Why this website?  
I am passionate about gastronomy and cooking and created this website to share my adventures with Internet users the world over.  
 
What will you find here?  
I publish two articles every week about spectacular, intriguing or very tasty recipes that worked for me. I don't report about the many failed recipes or uninteresting visits or bad restaurants I visited unless they are especially entertaining. Most dishes I cook and photograph never make it to here.  
 
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The Hungry Mouse
Posted by dorian in just add bacon 8 years ago
Not sure what to expect when you’re making a new recipe? Jessie will show you. Literally.  
 
Her signature, step-by-step photo essays walk you through each recipe, so you know just what the process should look like before you step into the kitchen.
They're finally here...official, limited-edition, linkfilter shirts and mugs...something for everyone.  
 
More merchandise will be added in coming days--keep watching.  
 
All items have been marked up $1. All six dollars we expect to make will be reinvested into linkfilter.
Rasterbator
Posted by Mac in fun & games 13 years ago
The rasterbator is a web service which creates huge rasterized pictures out of relatively small image files. The pictures can be assembled into extremely cool looking posters!  
 
Enter the gallery to see what the images look like.  
 
The Rasterbator is very easy to use. You can either upload a file from your computer or use any file that is publicly available in the internet. After you have cropped and selected a desired size for the image, the rasterbated image will be sent to you in an easily printable pdf file.