Log Your Sex Life, Random Valley Front Yards, Chairs That Need Hugs, and Toolkits for Fashionistas

Log Your Sex Life, Random Valley Front Yards, Chairs That Need Hugs, and Toolkits for Fashionistas

Gregory Han
Mar 3, 2009

Today's Slinks include an online web application that gives you the ability to track your bedroom activities, a link to MetBlog's series of San Fernando Valley front yards and how they distinguish themselves in the land of tract homes, a chair that is begging for a hug, and a set of screwdrivers that is either fashionable or offensive...

Bedpost: Ever wonder how often you spend "together time" in the bedroom? Are you a tally and chart freak who loves spreadsheets as much as spreading open the sheets? Here's a private web application to satiate your desire to keep statistics of your sex life. Open beta for now.

Random Valley Front Yard of the Day: Lucinda Michele of MetBlogs Los Angeles is posting a fun series of random San Fernando Valley front yards. She's "fascinated by the way in which tract homes, initially indistinguishable from one another, transform over time as homeowner after homeowner places their personal touch on their own little postage stamp of Los Angeles". We're fascinated by her fascination!

The Memory Armchair by Ole Jensen: We don't think we've ever seen a piece of furniture so in need of a hug. Come on, look at it...it's like a small gray mummy asking for a little love, doesn't it?

She Driver Toolkit: Sort of...no, REALLY ridiculous set of "fashionable" screwdrivers apparently appealing to the Legally Blond set.

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