Links, various and sundry.
Firstly, King Tut photos from the original find are finally on display (click the link for details).
Also, there's apparently a program now for helping to learn declensions, called DECLINATIO. There's a demo version, but you apparently have to buy the full program.
And, according to a survey, Ancient Greek is said to boost modern minds. It's not the most scientific way of finding out, but it's a nice thought, I suppose.
The best for last, Oedipus (with vegetables):
Oh, and one thing that I don't understand is how a tomato and broccoli can mate and make a potato . . .
Although, since B and P are labials, you take the B from the broccoi for the first letter and make it a P, shift the initial T from "tomato" to where the M is, remove the M--then you have "potato."