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How well does that new silicone bakeware work?

CooksFilter: Has anyone tried that new silicone bakeware that's popping up everywhere? My mom found a good deal on it and is itching to give it to all the family bakers. I'm leery (bake-curious?) but don't see anything on Cooks Illustrated's site or anywhere else. Reviews, please!
posted by mimi on Dec 1, 2004 - 18 answers

 

Cool Toy Recommendations

Can any of you parents help out a clueless, childless aunt with some toy recommendations? [MI] [more inside]
posted by JoanArkham on Nov 30, 2004 - 35 answers

What's the best cooking magazine for serious cooks?

Would like to get my wife a cooking magazine subscription for Xmas. They all look the same to me! She is a serious cook, scoffs as kitchen gadgetry, and is only sort-of interested in wine. Help!
posted by Mid on Nov 29, 2004 - 36 answers

Publicn policy websites for students

Are there any good websites or books for students that are interested in finding more about what different careers in public policy are available to them? I've been looking around for some friends of mine, but have had trouble finding anything...
posted by jare2003 on Nov 28, 2004 - 3 answers

Any tips on finding a good personal accountant/advisor?

MoneyFilter.....

Any tips on finding a good personal accountant/advisor? I am in the IT field and money management is not my forte.
posted by keep it tight on Nov 28, 2004 - 9 answers

GIF Animation Freeware

I'm looking for simple GIF animation freeware/cheapware. What are your faves/dogs?
posted by ZenMasterThis on Nov 24, 2004 - 5 answers

Replacement for a Sharp UX-P200 FAX machine (esp. with cheap film)?

Faxfilter: Our small office (10 people) has just unanimously agreed to take our Sharp UX-P200 fax machine out into the street, stomp on it and set it on fire. Does anyone have any recommendations for a replacement? It's pretty heavily used, probably 10 - 20 ingoing/outgoing faxes per day. One of the (many) issues with the Sharp was that while the machine was cheap, the carbon film cost was ridiculous. We're a small non-profit - so cost is very important. Thanks!
posted by mygothlaundry on Nov 24, 2004 - 11 answers

Streaming Organic Music

It's the last straw, I'm officially tapping my toes to U2's Vertigo, courtesy of Morning Comes Eccectic on KCRW, this has got to stop. My seraches for streaming MP3's has been a bust. I listen to Flaresound and SomaFM, but really would like to find some more organic music for here at work. Bossa Nova would be great. I've completely given up on streaming jazz, I can't find anything that isn't either smooth (gak!) or includes Sun Ra into the mix (beating a trombone to death with a live chicken, while perhaps having artistic merit, isn't good office music.)

Latin jazz? Be-bop? Brazillian music?

Only qualifiers. Must be 128K stream, must be web based, (I don't want traffic reports from Helsinki interrupting my Metafiltering) Anyone got any tips?
posted by Keith Talent on Nov 24, 2004 - 15 answers

Games for Kids

I'm looking for some fun kids games that don't rely on words to play. From one kid to fifty. Got any good ones? [more inside] [more inside]
posted by blueberry on Nov 24, 2004 - 16 answers

Help me pick a new monitor

My Dell monitor died. Advice needed on its current condition or possible alternatives for next purchase (considering a flat-panel). --> [more inside]
posted by eas98 on Nov 22, 2004 - 5 answers

Supportive in the Kitchen

My beloved fiancee is trying to improve her cooking, with a course and by diving into cooking books. As the guinea pig, it is in my interest to help her on her way. [more inside] [more inside]
posted by Frasermoo on Nov 17, 2004 - 18 answers

Firefox bookmarks

FirefoxFilter: Is there any extension or option (even if it requires hand editing) that would allow me to have Bookmarks open in a new tab by default (instead of rightclicking and selecting this from the context menu)? I'm really surprised none of the tab extensions include this option.
posted by billsaysthis on Nov 11, 2004 - 11 answers

Finding a wedding officiant

Process for finding a wedding officiant? [more] [more inside]
posted by malphigian on Nov 11, 2004 - 12 answers

Sci Fi Gems

What should I read next? The past few years, I've been reading some contemporary fiction and a lot of science fiction (mostly hard Sci-Fi). I tend to like strong character driven stuff with politics and religion (particularly as a method of social control) as major themes. So for instance, I LOVED books like Dune and Cyteen. I also like near future stuff with cool tech, so books like Diamond Age were also well received. Loved American Gods -- not a big fan of Neverwhere. Also, for some reason I didn't like Perdido Street Station very much -- I'm not sure why -- I just found it slow to read. I've read most of the well known science fiction writers, so I don't need recommendations for the luminaries in the genre. I'm looking for lesser known gems/works I might have missed, or for similar themes that cross out of the genres with which I am familiar.
posted by willnot on Nov 11, 2004 - 23 answers

What sites are out there like Kuro5hin?

Repost: What sites are out there like Kuro5hin? By that, I mean sites where you can read articles about diverse topics such as How to brew beer, Steganography, Scoring Baseball Games, US Electoral College Changes, Strike Fighters, the Future of Money, Theory of Relativity and Low Carb diets. The reason I ask, is because k5 has been troll-infested for quite some time now, despite the occasionally interesting article. Of course, I'm looking primarily for community sites with discussion. [more inside]
posted by Gyan on Nov 5, 2004 - 6 answers

How do you find a good printer (particularly in Brooklyn, NY)?

How do you find a good printer (particularly in Brooklyn, NY)? [more inside]
posted by jeb on Nov 5, 2004 - 4 answers

Boombox

AudioFilter: I want a boombox. All the ones I see these days are low-power. I'd like one that is reasonably portable, but produces a fair amount of sound, sort of like the ghetto-blasters of days gone by. I'll generally be running this off line power, not batteries. I'd be willing to consider other options, like a discman + powered speakers, but it does have to be portable and pretty loud. For the sake of argument, let's say my budget is $250. Recommendations?
posted by adamrice on Nov 2, 2004 - 1 answer

Recommend guitarists similar to Kaki King.

I am newly hooked on Kaki King. What other offbeat virtuoso(ish) acoustic guitarists in the same vein would you recommend (can be old or new, but with the same lighthearted spirit as KK)? Lip piercing optional.
posted by signal on Nov 1, 2004 - 8 answers

Seeking legal audiobooks from sources other than Audible

Where is a good place to download audio books? [more inside]
posted by chill on Nov 1, 2004 - 3 answers

Electronica

HellFreezesOverFilter: I'm actually interested in finally giving electronica a chance. The only previous songs of the genre I've appreciated were tracks by Moby (esp. "Flower") and Fatboy Slim ("Going Out Of My Head") and the Avalanches ("Frontier Psychaitrist"). Most of you know my sensibilities well enough to make reccomendations. (for those who don't, here's an idea.) Fire away, kids.
posted by jonmc on Oct 29, 2004 - 57 answers

How do you vacation, travel and relax?

How do you take a vacation? I want to take a few days off, get away from home, relax and not feel any particular pressure to do anything. It seems like every vacation I've ever been on has been work. If I'm not touring or driving, I'm skiing or hiking. I don't want to take time off and just be home, but I don't know how to travel and relax. Any general tips or specific vacation recommendations?
posted by croutonsupafreak on Oct 26, 2004 - 16 answers

Political Playlist

I'm putting together a playlist for an election-results-watching party (Go Kerry!). Any recommendations for songs relating to the current administration?
So far, I've got: Ani DiFranco's 'Self Evident', Saul Williams' 'Pledge of Resistance' and Eminem's Mosh from the recent post. I know I've heard others, but can't seem to find them right now.
Any genre is OK, just curious as to how much I can find, my google-fu doesn't seem up to the task of finding political songs without too much stuff from the Vietnam era.
posted by bashos_frog on Oct 26, 2004 - 40 answers

Where should I buy actual gold and silver?

What's the best way to buy tangible gold and/or silver? [more inside]
posted by calwatch on Oct 26, 2004 - 9 answers

Will work for webcam!

I am looking for a good low end webcam. Anybody got any recommendations ? WinXP/2000 compatible (linux drivers would also be nice but not essential). Price is a factor since I am a pov.
posted by srboisvert on Oct 23, 2004 - 1 answer

Walking Shoes

Shoes for business travel? I have week long business travel trips that involve not just sitting but quite a bit of walking. I'd rather only take 1 pair of shoes, but I find my 'business' shoes' to be uncomfortable after a day of sitting around, let alone 2 or 3 miles on the hoof. I'm willing to pay for good shoes. Anybody know what's good? [more inside]
posted by daver on Oct 23, 2004 - 20 answers

Burlington, VT

Spending the weekend in Burlington, Vermont. Any suggestions on getting off the beaten path / weird museums / tours / cool pubs appreciated.
posted by yoga on Oct 21, 2004 - 8 answers

Table and Chairs

Looking for a recommendation for a table and chairs. Requirements: Leaf (or drop-leaf), simple, available online if possible or in chain stores (need to get it delivered ASAP). Have been running around town (Portland, OR) and am tired of looking. Parents coming in six days.
posted by strangeleftydoublethink on Oct 13, 2004 - 4 answers

Renting a Montreal Apartment

Renting an apartment in downtown Montréal [plus à l'intérieur] [more inside]
posted by Succa on Sep 30, 2004 - 13 answers

Ideas for a last-minute birthday present for my brother who lives 1000 miles away?

It's my brother's birthday, I haven't gotten anything, and he lives 1000 miles away. Any ideas?
posted by davebug on Sep 30, 2004 - 8 answers

Most useful books to have around for rebuilding after the Apocalypse?

Bookfilter: It's the day after the end of the world. What book and or books would you want to be able to rebuild? You know, if you want to be able to hunt, plant crops, make clothes, make tools, etc. How does the well educated gentleman prepare for the Apocalypse, practically? Other than the Foxfire books, what should I buy? [more inside]
posted by geekhorde on Sep 27, 2004 - 20 answers

Looking for a card game for 2

Fun and simple games for two players and a standard deck of cards?
posted by Mwongozi on Sep 22, 2004 - 19 answers

WWII Movies

War Movies: I'm looking for any good movies about World War II, specifically to do with civilian life (rather than military actions.) I've seen Au Revoir Les Enfants and The Diary of Anne Frank - can you suggest any others you've enjoyed?
posted by different on Sep 16, 2004 - 35 answers

Comic books for a seven-year-old?

I'm looking for comic books that would appeal to my seven-year old son, who needs a little motivation to practice his reading. He's into the usual stuff: killer robots, yu-gi-oh, explosions. I'm wondering if there is a good graphic novel written at his level. The only thing I've found is a weird, simplified photo-novel of Star Wars. And Captain Underpants, of course.
posted by mecran01 on Sep 16, 2004 - 24 answers

How are you getting your email (software? web?)

how do you get your email? (survey of mail and browsers and MI)
posted by ethylene on Sep 16, 2004 - 48 answers

Trip Hop

Trip Hop (or downtempo or whatever): I love Tricky, Massive Attack, Hooverphonic, Portishead, Laika, Lamb, Sneaker Pimps, Martina, etc. What other, new acts have a similar sort of dark, humid and metallic aftertaste?
posted by signal on Sep 16, 2004 - 45 answers

I want a font that looks like 1st grade handwriting

I need to find a font that has "1st grade letters." In other words, block letters (small, not caps) that are the shape / kind that we all learned to hand print in 1st grade. All the simple, clean, fonts that I have found type the "a" with the curled line above the circle. I need a font that shows the "a" as a circle with a straight line descending down at a slight angle. Another example: the "q"-- I need the font (or fonts, if this will take a few) to show the "q" with a curled tail-- the way one would teach a 6 year old to write it. Also, I need the font to be super clean and not "handwritten." I have found a comic sort of font that has the right letter shapes, but it is too frilly / ornate. Imagine a primary school reader... those are the letters I want! I tried to go to a font site, but with 20,000 fonts I felt like I was looking for the (cliche warning:) needle in a haystack. Any font gurus out there know exactly what I should get and where to get it? Last: free beats expensive, but I am willing to pay if the font site is selling it.
posted by limitedpie on Sep 11, 2004 - 6 answers

Fiction dealing with religion & science with nature & ecology

I just got done reading Ishmael by Daniel Quinn for class. Now, I have to find a book that also deals with nature in the same regard to read (ie, we're destroying it- go fix it! Though it could be how nature is ours to control and we should actually exploit it more). Preferable, though not necessary, for my own pleasure would be something that intertwines religion and science with nature (from a negative or positive standpoint) into the book.
posted by jmd82 on Sep 8, 2004 - 15 answers

Looking for a similar white wine to the brand CONUNDRUM in the $10-15 range.

I'm a huge fab of Conundrum, a white blend wine lately out of Caymus Vinyards. However, here in Boston the suggested retail price of 24$ for a bottle of the '02 is more commonly 30+$. Also, local liquor stores rarely stay in stock. As someone who enjoys a bottle of wine with dinner and saving a few bucks, is there any other similar white (blend or otherwise) you can recommend for 10$-15$ or less? Or if you can find a cheap source of Conundrum outside of NH State Liquor Stores, please let me know! [more inside]
posted by robocop is bleeding on Sep 6, 2004 - 7 answers

What modern vocal songs have pipe organ?

I've been (intentionally) listening to some songs with pipe organs in them that sound like this [MP3, 0.8MB]. Can anyone recommend modern songs that happen to use these instruments? As in singing, perhaps blues/folk/indie, rather than centuries old church ditties. Thanks.
posted by holloway on Sep 5, 2004 - 17 answers

Give me your reccomendations on books about the Republic and Empire.

As a lay...very lay...student of Roman Republic and Empire, and anticipating the upcoming HBO/BBC series Rome with relish, I'm reading everything I can get my hands on about both Republic and Empire. Currently I'm reading an abridgement of The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire I just inherited. What next? [insert Latin for "more inside" here].
posted by WolfDaddy on Sep 2, 2004 - 19 answers

non-fiction book related to an event that happened in the U.S between 1850-1929?

My high-school freshman niece has a cool assignment: She has to read a non-fiction book related to an event that happened in the U.S between 1850-1929. Could also be about events that occured outside of the U.S. but that are of significant national importance. Must have at least 150 pages. Biographies OK but not preferred. I sent her a couple of ideas (Triangle shirtwaist factory fire, Titanic, women's suffrage), but would love any other ideas, especially specific book titles that would engage a young girl. Thanks for any ideas!
posted by GaelFC on Sep 2, 2004 - 30 answers

TiVo

What do you TiVo?
posted by plexi on Aug 31, 2004 - 15 answers

Pros and Cons of an Economics degree

My friend needs help deciding on either a BA or BSBA degree in economics. He would like to work in international trade or something related. What are some pros/cons of each degree (and possible minors for the BA)? He would probably be working for a few years before pursuing a master's degree.
posted by Sangre Azul on Aug 31, 2004 - 1 answer

Where can I get really cool desk accessories?

GettingOrganizedFilter: I've just finished reading David Allen's book Getting Things Done, which is awesome, and am now ready to turn my life around! First step: where can I buy really cool desk accessories?
posted by josh on Aug 29, 2004 - 12 answers

Recommend a book that will help me make simple electronics?

I want to learn how to make simple electronics, like LED controllers that I can hook up to a serial port. Can anyone recommend a book to get started with? [more inside] [more inside]
posted by krunk on Aug 29, 2004 - 13 answers

What to see at the Toronto Film Festival

Selecting things to see at the Toronto Film Fest. Here's a list of films playing at TIFF. International MeFites and film nuts: have you seen/heard anything about any of them/the directors? What should a TIFF-goer see or avoid? If you're going to the Fest, what are you seeing? Got extra tickets you want to sell? Looking for ones to buy? Lets use the thread to maximize the event. {more} [more inside]
posted by dobbs on Aug 28, 2004 - 14 answers

Does anyone know a good ActionScript listserv or bulletin board

Does anyone know a good ActionScript listserv or bulletin board — generally patient with total newbies, quick response time, clear and thorough answers — where I can post my questions, link to my FLAs, and find out what's ailing my movies?
posted by grrarrgh00 on Aug 25, 2004 - 6 answers

Healthy oil?

What's the healthiest type of cooking oil? I do a lot of faux-Indian / Thai / whatever cooking (think a big wok with lots of turmeric and pepper) and, being on a low cal diet, usually just use water or a drop of olive oil to stir things in. I would like to be able to use more oil, but don't know which, if any, could be considered healthy. Googled, but haven't found a comprehensive non-biased source yet.
posted by signal on Aug 23, 2004 - 33 answers

Reading Kant

I'd like to read Kant. [more] [more inside]
posted by Tin Man on Aug 22, 2004 - 13 answers

Hotel recommendations in Vancouver B.C.

Hotel recommendations for Vancouver B.C.? I'll be there a couple days for a wedding. My primary concerns are that it be central and unique/interesting. Any price range is fine.
posted by vacapinta on Aug 20, 2004 - 17 answers

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