This often has to do with literal intelligence (learning, memory), philosophy, scepticism, self-improvement or independence, and includes issues of culture jamming or corporate jamming.
NOTE - this is not a particularly serious project, and things get dumped here before being split off into more focused topics.
Advice for after you've decided to move, and after you've actually moved.
See also Home-hunting
The shakuhachi (pronounced ɕakɯhatɕi - like "shhah'koo'hah'chee") is a Japanese end-blown flute.
It is most famous for its use by the monks of the Fuke school of Zen Buddhism in the practice of Suizen (blowing meditation) and technically also walking meditation.
Ramen noodles: Just because it's edible doesn't mean it's food.
Adulting > Food >
Eating is a big part of life, but it's something many people don't concern themselves with nearly enough.
The goal of this project is to create lists of recipes which cater to the lazy bastard in all of us. The ingredients will be common and cheap, and the food will be of extraordinary nutritional value.. why? Well, the more nutritious a meal is, the less one has to eat to stay healthy.. and the less one has to eat the more food there will be.. and the more food there will be the less one has to cook!
Computers, Software >
Platform / Computer / Hardware > Operating System > Operating environment > Software > Projects (or whatever)
A set of applications which run on a computer's operating system. They allow a person to actually make use of a computer. These applications are the link between the user's desires and fulfillment of those desires, e.g. projects.
This topic is the never-ending quest for a comfortable operating system and suite of software.