As Buzzsugar shared with us last week Bill O'Reilly and Stephen Colbert will appear on each other's shows on Jan. 18. For those of you that don't watch the show every night, Colbert often calls O'Reilly "papa bear" and has based faux TV persona on him. While Buzz is still recovering from what happened when Colbert took on the Decemberists in a guitar battle, and Yum has a great happy hour planned out for Thursday's show, I'm psyched about shipbrook.com, a fun website that allows users to submit their own "On Notice" items like the ones Colbert does on the show.
The site is awesome because it allows users to generate their own "On Notice" lists, which have become a beloved staple on the show. Shipbrook's creator Jeff Lee is a self-described geek. "It's kind of hard to deny," says Lee on his site. "I've been programming computers since 1977 or 1978, I don't recall which. I enjoy going to the local university's library and browsing through microfilmed archives of centuries-old books. I read science fiction; in fact, I've gone to SF conventions, and even dressed up in silly costumes. I used OS/2 Warp 3 instead of Windows 95, and Warp 4 instead of Windows 98. You can go ahead and make fun of me. I do." No worries Lee, you're just my kind of guy.