Here’s a whole herd of information to support the book, chapter by chapter (including some resources just for fun at the bottom on the page for the sheep lovers).
But why is a lot of it empty? Because I think there’s PLENTY of room for YOU to contribute.
I have no doubt that, as you read this book, you’ll remember things you’ve read or seen that complement what’s in the chapter. When that’s the case, send those things to me using my contact form. I’ll have a look and if I post it, you’ll receive full credit and my thanks for sending it along! And no doubt, the community here will thank you as well. This page is as awesome as you make it!
PS: And while I’m always on the lookout for funny/compelling sheep videos, don’t send me the Seth McFarlane one with the farmer and the sheep. While I think it’s hilarious, it’s really not a “resource,” per se.
Randy Pausch’s Last Lecture – Carnegie Mellon University
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Cool Sheep Pictures and Videos
Seriously — Sheep Pong FTW
The next time you have a hard day, remember that a sheep can do THIS. What can YOU do?
How can you NOT like AC/DC done with sheep?