BoreddallasFilter: I live in Dallas and it seems i have run out of things to do with my family today. Help me think of some fun things to do TODAY in and round the DFW area with my wife and two kids, which are 6 and 1 1/2.
posted by flipmiester99
on Mar 1, 2008 -
Asking this on behalf of a friend of mine: can you help him out with a quiz that will give him an accurate description of how someone will stand on a DNG/SA scale that he's created--where DNG stands for Dork, Nerd, Geek, and SA stands for Socially Acceptable? (Bear with me for a second, will you?) [more inside]
posted by hadjiboy
on Feb 28, 2008 -
How do I find a list of publicists for stars of the theatrical stage or screen? Basically, I can be a hero if I can find celebrities currently in London, England recognizable to a Canadian audience. We need to hire them for a charming bit on our show... but the ones on our short list have not turned out. Therefore, I am now looking to get in touch with an appropriate publicist who has LOTS of clients and who can make suggestions as to who we should use, and then give them to us. [more inside]
posted by Elle Vator
on Jan 23, 2008 -
Help me find sites where I can meet up with other people interested in developing software for fun or for profit [more inside]
posted by brandnew
on Jan 22, 2008 -
Got an Xmas gift from my mother in law...
Tried searching Google for "better than sex and $50"
A sad, messy search result...
So what to does the Metafilter have to offer?
FUN things to do with $50?
(On the East Coast, or on the web, in the uSA?) [more inside]
posted by geekP1ng
on Dec 28, 2007 -
I want to make stuff and do stuff in the Boston area (accessible by the T) that's not intellectual and academic, and as a welcomed respite during grad school. A friend and I have been thinking about things like shop class (making stuff you can use is incredibly fulfilling!) or stilts walking, or something interesting and fun and active - besides a dance class, sports, or pottery class - that we can do with some regularity (once maybe twice a week). [more inside]
posted by raztaj
on Dec 16, 2007 -
Does anyone remember a short comic parody of objectivism using an archetypal 1950s character in the style of "Vault Boy" from Fallout? [more inside]
posted by brownpau
on Nov 26, 2007 -
NYC Location for Hip Young Woman's Celebration Needed! Help me find the perfect place! [more inside]
posted by citystalk
on Nov 18, 2007 -
looking for something exciting or at least fun to while in corpus christi, tx. (if there even is something)
posted by kowboy
on Nov 14, 2007 -
I'm planning a high school reunion for my class and the two classes that graduated after me. Am I overlooking any planning details? [more inside]
posted by thankyoumuchly
on Oct 10, 2007 -
Family holiday in Paris, 2 children (6 and nearly 3), staying near Rue de Passy (in the 16th). Can anyone recommend good neighbourhood restaurants, brasseries etc in that area?
posted by crocomancer
on Sep 20, 2007 -
The wife and I moved from Dallas down to Austin just last week. As this is our first weekend in the new city without the burden of unpacking, we would like to go out and do something romantic in celebration of a new chapter in our lives. [more inside]
posted by kaseijin
on Aug 17, 2007 -
What can you think of to occupy my time when I am stuck at home with no electricity, no running water and no heating? [more inside]
posted by longbaugh
on Jul 18, 2007 -
We’re heading up to the northern shore area of MI from Chicago mid-July and want to know about any exciting (safe) adventures like jet boat rides, dune buggy rides, zip lines, etc. that are memorable and “not to miss” while in the area. In the past, we have found some of these experiences are not mentioned AAA books or online travel sites. Thanks!
posted by thebarron
on Jun 24, 2007 -
LostPassionAndCreativityFilter: How does one rekindle one's skill in the zany, lateral, eccentric, imaginative, radical, random, funny, artistic, and kind? [more inside]
posted by regicide is good for you
on Jun 20, 2007 -
Help me break the bread of life and feast on the warm ooey gooey goodness inside.
This summer I’ve set out with the goal of each week finding / experiencing / learning about / having 1 new, awesome experience that I haven’t had before. And I'd like to hear your suggestions/anecdotes/experiences for cool stuff I should do.
posted by jkl345
on Jun 17, 2007 -
I got a girl coming to stay with me in London (England) and I want to show her a good time. Where should we go and what should we do there? [more inside]
posted by pollystark
on Jun 15, 2007 -
Help me find wicked fun resources to use with my esl students. I am making new training material for my school, and I get to have a lot of fun with this project. There are a few things that I am looking for: [more inside]
posted by Knigel
on Jun 3, 2007 -
School just ended, and I have two weeks before I start working. Where can I go on a spur of the moment solo trip? [more inside]
posted by snoogles
on May 6, 2007 -
I would like to automatically generate hypertext links from a list of text. Ideally this would mean pasting a series of comma separated words into some online tool and having the system turn each word into a relevant google/wikipedia link... Does anyone know any sites/tools that will do this? [more inside]
posted by 0bvious
on May 4, 2007 -
Atlanta + Kids = fun things to do and see and eat? ... especially looking for stuff OTP. [more inside]
posted by mdiskin
on Apr 29, 2007 -
What can two late twenties new parents who really. really. really. need a vacation do in Virginia Beach in mid-May? [more inside]
posted by bradn
on Mar 21, 2007 -
Mid twenties, reasonable income, moving to London. Where should I live and what should I know? [more inside]
posted by pollystark
on Feb 23, 2007 -
How can I throw my best friend the greatest bachelor party ever in Myrtle Beach over Easter Weekend? [more inside]
posted by ZackTM
on Feb 13, 2007 -
I'm looking for a great place to go swing dancing in New York City. [more inside]
posted by Freen
on Jan 29, 2007 -
I used to play an old DOS game in which you had to manuever a paper airplane through a house, with each room being a different level, each of which got progressively harder through the addition of obstacles. The plane, if I recall correctly, had a fixed rate of descent and could only rise by moving over a fan/vent. If you touched anything you died. It was an awesome combination of puzzle/action. Bonus points if you tell me how I can play it on a modern WinXP box.
posted by phrontist
on Nov 12, 2006 -